we are currently on a two day road trip and have lots of fun things planned for Emilia and us. I have summarized the month of June and July of my Instagram posts today cause I had my 31 dresses of Summer challenge and wasn´t posting anyhting other than dresses.
The June/July posts consists of lots of food cause we had been out and about a lot also lots of Summer activities including swimming.
this is my first post this month and although my mind is in total Fall mode I still have some great Summer themed posts for all the gals who aren´t ready to give up Summer now.
This try-on is coming your way and it has some amazing and affordable pieces I ordered last month. I wanted to share earlier on Instagram but I like to have all the information on the blog as well and there hasn´t been a free spot in July so try-on here we come.
All the items I am sharing with you are either from SheIn, Zalando or amazon.
We made it! WE MADE IT!!! The 31 days are over and I have posted a dress every day for the whole month of July. I am exhausted to say the least. This was a lot of work but I wanted to try it and push through and here we are.
31 different dresses styled for Summer. The knit dress I am wearing today is the last dress I am sharing for a while cause I want to wear some of my skirts and shorts before Summer is over. Also I am starting my #closetchallenge for the month of August so I won´t purchase anything the whole month. Might get interesting again.
How to style the knit dress
First of all I love knit dresses. Not only are they the perfect pre-Fall / Fall staple they are super easy and comfortable to wear in the Summer. Of course it shouldn´t be your Winter rib knit piece but other than that you are good to go.
Casual has never been my thing but with Emilia glued to my hip all day and a million things to do I find myself long for sneakers more often than I want to admit so I styled this look very laid back.
This knit dress is pretty thin and I like it very much (also have the tan version of it) plus a midi length is the one I prefer over any other variation.
Adding a denim jacket wrapped around you hip (whether you will need it or not) will give you that hip mom vibe plus it hides a little tummy (on which I am currently working to get rid of). Also if you want to stay in the sporty style range you can swap out the straw hat for a cap.
But let´s leave the dress for a second and talk about these super cool adidas sneakers with leopard print stripes. LEOPARD PRINT!!! I have been buying leopard print for year and have l0t´s of different pieces with the popular pattern but these are amazing. Also these are currently on sale on amazon so head over and grab your pair. I sized up one size cause they run small.
With these last words I am ending this challenge and starting a new one tomorrow. Going to share a weekly round-up of all my #closetchallenge looks. See you soon.
The weekend is near and for some it has already started today. We don´t have any plans this weekend cause we are getting away a few days next week so I have to pack and clean in advance but other than that it will be pretty chil.
Today is going to be our first date night since May I think . Time really flies and I wanted to eat at so many restaurants since the lockdown is over but somehow I am always behind. Anyways let´s talk about this beautifully printed a-line dress. Also does anyone know what an a-line dress is??
The “A-line” dress is a dress, with a triangular silhouette, narrow and fitted at the top and widening out from the bust or waist in a straight line to the hem which means it is a very flattering dress.
How to style the A-Line Dress
This is nothing other than styling a normal print dress or vibrant dress. Keep you accessories plain and low key (grab one color or hue from the dress) and it won´t look overwhelming plus the focus will be still on the dress.
I can´t believe tomorrow will be our last dress from the #31dressesofsummer challenge. It has been so much fun styling dresses only for a whole month.
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