Today, I want to highlight this fabulous light chambray shirt dress that just came into Shelbee’s Shoppe. I love the A-line shape of it, making it perfect for wearing as a jacket over another dress, which is my favorite way to wear any shirt dress. There are two reasons for this. 1. I am a huge fan of layering. It creates more interesting dimensions in an outfit, provides extra warmth, and hides all sorts of imperfections. 2. As a girl with a big boobs, shirt dresses rarely button without gaping, so the best solution I have found to these #bigboobproblems is to just wear all button downs (shirts and dresses alike) opened.
I layered this dress over a black sleeveless mock turtleneck skater dress, added some cute patterned tights, tall boots, and silver necklaces, then topped it all off with my favorite plaid wool-blend wrap. Super comfortable. Very warm. And so easy to put together!
Chambray Shirt Dress: Shelbee’s Shoppe.
Black Skater Dress: Target (Old).
Plaid Wrap: Old Navy (From last year).
Boots: Cato Fashions (No longer available).
Tights and Necklaces: All Old.
And finally, I want to share your favorites posts from last week’s link up!
Nancy of Nancy’s Fashion Style looked marvelous in her Tall Boots Long Cardigan outfit! Also, stay tuned for an exciting collaboration that Nancy and I have been working on! We will be sharing it with you in the next few weeks. I am so excited to be working with Nancy on this project! It’s going to be a fun one!
And Alison of Get Your Pretty On is rocking A New Hair Cut, Activewear Essentials, and An Outfit! Plus she always has the best outfit formulas for busy moms! So stop by and check out what’s happening on her blog!
That’s all I have for today! I feel like a crazy person lately, trying to get everything done while the husband is gone. Blogging, Shelbee’s Shoppe work, carting the kids here, there, and everywhere. Plus, they always want to eat, it seems! Darn hungry kids. Cooking, cleaning, bath time, bed time, laundry. Blah. Blah. Blah. Six more weeks until the husband returns. In the meantime, will somebody please bring me some #CryBabySoup! (That might be an idea for a future blog post…Cry Baby Soup.)
Keeping it on the edge,
Linking up with these Fabulous Link Ups.