Necklace: Ann Taylor (similar here)
Shoes: Corso Como Quilted Pumps - size 4.5 (buy here)
This dress looks much better belted but I was too lazy to put one on. I got this dress just recently at the BR factory for around $25 after a merchandise credit and 50% off. When I originally tried this on in-store, it looked much better. After taking these pictures, not loving it as much as I thought I did. The quality is sub-par but at least it's fully lined.
I am loving the "sock bun"! See Wendy sporting it here and use this tutorial here. It's so amazing! You can wear it to work and it's perfect for a dressy night out on the town. It does take a couple of tries and your arms may be sore but it's well worth it. I have really fine hair and it even makes me look like I have a thick bun. I don't have to use bobby pins or anything- stays in place all day. Make sure to use a sock that matches your hair color or close to it.
Here are my Corso Como quilted cap toe pumps that originally got cancelled due to a manufacturer defect and I had to re-order them. Good thing I'm tenacious and didn't give up- I had to see for myself what the manufacturer defect looked like. I ordered a size 4.5 and 5 and neither had an issues with discoloration in the back of the heel. I ended up keeping the 4.5's and look- no gap in the back- yay! See Elle's post here.
I am so excited about my vintage clutch. It's in almost perfect condition and the the snakeskin leather is so pretty. It's a dark navy color and I know it will match with everything. It's hard to tell from the pictures, but I also scored a vintage Timex watch for $3 and it fits my wrist perfectly. Whoever had it last must have had tiny wrists. I have to get a battery put in and there is some discoloration on the band, but there was something about it that I loved.
Is anyone else sporting the sock bun?