Let me say this first! You are never ever too old for a tulle skirt and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Recently I had another birthday and to celebrate it I went back home to celebrate with friends and family. The party was at YaYa’s Euro Bistro in Chesterfield, Missouri where we had amazing food and service – I just wished it wasn’t so hot in our private room; a heat wave outside wasn’t helping much. I had my family and friends come and help me celebrate – I felt so blessed!
But lets get back to my party look shall we? The skirt was custom made (see details below), the shoes were on sale, the tank top is always at a ridiculously low price, and the clutch was a last minute run to the mall purchase as I forgot to pack the one I had intended on carrying. My nails actually matched the clutch; this was a happy coincidence. I could get used to wearing tulle skirts…
Went out shopping today at my favorite local mall – Easton Town Center – and hit up the place where I just happened to buy this chambray dress a couple of years ago. This pullover tunic dress has camp shirt sleeves but I prefer wearing it unbuttoned and 3/4 length. This is a versatile dress because besides having pockets, and you know how I am about pockets, it can be worn as a dress or as a tunic over leggings or pants. And it is floppy hat season. This one protects my face and back of neck from the hot sun and packs well.
Until next time ♥
Dress – Old mine by Cloth and Stone from Anthropologie You can find similar at Marshals or here