Dress c/o London Times | Bracelets - C.Wonder & Bauble Bar | Shoes - Prabal Gurung x Target
There’s nothing too mind blowing about wearing florals in the Springtime; yet the pattern is still so refreshing that once the season comes around it’s hard to resist. I love this London Times dress because of its vibrant colors and charming silhouette. I thought it was perfect as a day dress for wedding season (and if you’re in your twenties or thirties you know it well). For an incredibly feminine look you can pair it with bowed pumps or subtly flaunt your edgy side with lace-ups. As of today, it is currently available on LT’s web site here! xo
Jacket – Old (similar) | Top - Forever21 | Jeans – Zara (similar ) | Necklace – Forever21 | Bag c/o Gigi NY | Heels c/o PB&J Boutique | Sunglasses – Ray Ban
On Saturday, Josh and I went apartment hunting and then enjoyed the Spring day with a walk through the park. We stopped for a bit at this beautiful field and took in the view. It was such a nice moment. Although I love where we live, I’m looking forward to living near Central Park and filling our summer weekends with picnics and park concerts (once we find a place).
I wore my new heels from PB&J Boutique. Although we walked quite a bit, since the heels are low they were actually so comfortable. They stood out to me on PB&J’s web site because of the jeweled embellishment and dipped top and they’re just as beautiful in person.
Dress c/o London Times | Jacket – Forever21 | Clutch c/o Stephanie Johnson | Wedges c/o Diba | Bracelet - Bauble Bar | Watch – Michael Kors
April and May are always filled with so many exciting events. This season I have an engagement party, a wedding, a few graduation parties, and even a gala, so lots of spring dresses, both casual and formal, are required. This seersucker shift from London Times is one of my favorites because its lightweight and carefree, but also sophisticated and classic. It can be dressed down with a denim jacket, or dressed up with a cashmere throw or silk jacket.
P.S. I changed my hair color. Can you tell? It’s a few shades darker than I’d like, so will take some getting used to.
Dress c/o LAmade | Cardigan – Lux (similar) | Wedges c/o Diba | Bag – From Ireland (similar) | Necklace – Vintage (similar) | Necklace – Kenneth Jay Lane
One of my favorite colors to wear year round is plum. It’s unique from the darker shades like grey, black, and navy that I often wear in the winter, but also compliments a tan in the summer months. So when I saw this dress in LAmade‘s new arrivals section, I knew it would soon become a staple in my wardrobe. The weather is finally, albeit incredibly slowly, getting warmer and I’m single-handedly trying to bring up the temperature by dressing the part. But really, once it peaks above the 60s, this dress will be on repeat again and again.
Dress c/o Eshakti.com | Blazer – Ann Taylor (similar splurge & steal) | Heels – Dior (in nude & black)| Clutch c/o Blair Ritchey | Bracelet – Forever21 | Lip Gloss - Becca, Hotel California
Although I’m thankful to Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez for making big butts stylish, I am still so self-conscious about my own. So when I find an outfit that works for my body, I have to have it. This fit and flare dress from Eshakti is just one example. I love dresses that draw eyes to my narrowest part – my waist. I was instantly attracted to this dress because of its 1950s vibe, bold stripes, and classic design; and I had no fear about ordering it online, since Eshakti customizes the fit. I wore it out to dinner last weekend when visiting my family in New Jersey. We went to my favorite restaurant Taverna Ouzo and despite stuffing myself with hummus and wine (like a lady), I still felt comfortable and put together.
Eshakti is offering Girl Avant Garde readers 20% off their custom designs with the code GRLVNTGRDE (Expires March 20, 2013)