For The Love of Stripes

For The Love of Stripes

Are you tired of the stripes, yet?

Loft Dress (SIMILAR HERE) || Target Cardigan (SIMILAR HERE) || Primark Tights (SIMILAR HERE) || 599fashion boots (SIMILAR HERE)

I’m still in California in this post. The weather was fairly cool. It was chilly, but not unbearable cold nor was it “hot” so it’s important to have layers in Northern California. The weather somewhat resembles Boston but with no snow. My sister and I decided to explore different parts of San Jose and we googled a rose garden. Unfortunately, the roses were practically dead because there was a flood/rain storm a few days prior. Hopefully, we’ll be able to come back and see the roses some day.

The dress is an XS from Loft. A lot of the dresses from Loft are the ones I took from my sister. The material is soft and it’s a sleeveless dress. It’s totally appropriate for work as long as you wear a cardigan or a long blazer over it. The length is appropriate and it’s not see-through whatsoever. I get nervous wearing white dresses because most of them always show my underwear line or they’re just see-through in general, but not this one. The material isn’t thick but it is thick enough to cover my underwear line. The dress isn’t tight nor is it a bodycon. It’s more of a “swinging dress” and the top part of the dress does outline my cleavage area, but not to the point where it’s tight. SIMILAR ONE HERE.

The cardigan is from THIS POST. You’ve all seen this cardigan before. It’s from target. I normally wear this cardigan with dresses to make the length more appropriate. It’s pretty thin so I normally wear it when it’s not too cold out. I thought the beige color went well with the white dress. The sleeves are a little long on me but honestly, it doesn’t bother me. For those of you who hate long sleeves, I definitely recommend altering them then! SIMILAR ONE HERE.

Tights are from Primark. SIMILAR ONE HERE. And shoes are from 599fashion. SIMILAR ONE HERE.

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