This Saylor dress is absolutely just DARLING! I love the new trend of 2 piece sets and jumpsuits but I have trouble finding ones that fit me right. Specifically because I am so tall. Though I have to say, this dress was the perfect solution and right in time for summer. It is strap less dress with a cut out at the stomach to give the effect of a two piece set. The top portion of the dress is a ribbed top that helps SO MUCH so that it doesn't fall down. I am always super weary about buying tops and dresses that are strapless, soly for the reason that I am afraid they are going to fall down.
In the front of the dress there is a strap of fabric that can be used to tie a bow in either the front or the back. I chose to tie the bow in the front to match the picture, but either would look great. The fabric is super light and it has an adorable pattern with pom pom and sequin trim at the bottom.
The down side? The dress is practically sold out almost everywhere! Though I did some searching and found some sizes left on one website that I linked on the photos below. I also paired this dress with a dainty Free People necklace that I also linked below.
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This dress, just like the navy tie one I just posted, is also a super good deal! It is under $20 and fits like a glove. I ordered a Medium because the dresses from forever21 tend to run small and tight. I love the straight cut of the dress and flaps at the bottom make it so easy to walk it. This dress comes in two colors, green and navy, pin stripes.
I am currently on V A C A T I O N!! As per usual I am in Rosemary Beach, one of my favorite places to be! The beaches, food, and people are all so nice! I did a post about Rosemary Beach back in 2016, but when I get back from my trip I will do a trip recap.
This knot tie dress is on SUPER SALE for $26!!! It is sold in 3 colors and will sell out quickly (shop by clicking picture of items below).
Y'all I think I can officially say that spring is here! So very grateful because this means that I can pull out my spring clothes from storage and pack away my bulky winter sweaters. It's also the perfect time to clean out your closet if you haven't already done so (read my post on my tips and tricks on cleaning out your closet here).
I love wearing all the light pink and white dresses, I am sure you will see plenty of that on the blog, but sometimes I want to SPICE IT UP with a pretty yellow top or dress. Yellow perfectly describes the essence of spring, and I found so many great options ALL under $50 to share with you!
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Not going to lie. Cleaning out your closet is one the most dreadful and sometime emotional things. As I pull out each piece of clothing I think back to the last time I wore it and all the fun memories that I had in it. On the other hand, its sad to think about the fact that I no longer have a use for the item for a variety of reasons; sizing, style, fit.
With spring quickly approaching it is time to give your closet a deep cleaning and a fresh start. Below I am sharing my tips on how to decide what pieces to keep or part with, who to give the clothes to, and how to best organize your NEW CLOSET.
WHAT TO KEEP, WHAT TO PART WITH
Simple, right? Not so much. You might have a handful of items in mind that are going straight to the PART WITH pile, but other piece you may have no idea what to do with. It's important to always keep staple items; jean jacket, white t-shirt, tan sweater. Though if you have more than 3 of each type of item, consider getting ride of the rest. There is no need to have more than one when they look so alike. For items that were super trendy a few months ago but maybe not so much anymore, think about a way to wear the item in a new way. If you can't, toss it into the PART WITH pile. Any piece that you don't find yourself wearing because of the pattern, style, size, or comfort should also be put in the PART WITH pile. Trust me, you won't miss them. Finally if you are seriously not sure what to do with the piece keep it until you have an opportunity to wear it, and if you don't PART WITH it.
WHO SHOULD I GIVE MY CLOTHES TO?
If you want to make some $$$ off of your closet clean out, consider selling your clothes to Platos Closet. If your items are in good condition and still in style they will be sure to take them and give you cash on the spot (very key)! Another choice is always selling them on eBay, or even a local thrift store.
No matter where you live, clothes donations are in high demand. If you don't want to make money, and rather have the good feeling of donating your clothes to someone in need, considering taking your pile to the following:
ORGANIZING YOUR CLOSET
I have found that organizing my closet by color and then inside each color section by sleeve length is the best. I hang all my tops together, all my dresses together, as well as all my skirts together. This makes your closet most efficient when you go to pick items to wear.
Thanks for stopping by Blonde in Pink! This is a spot for me to share everything from fashion to travel. I am currently based out of Philly but I am always visiting new places. If I had two words to describe my fashion it would be "Boho Chic". I started this blog in 2015 with inspiration to share my fashion ideas with friends and family, and soon Blonde in Pink began.