Outfit // Floral Midi Dress

 

More Old Navy Dresses


What I’m Wearing

Old Navy Floral Dress (same fabric but shorter dress here) | Burberry Trench Coat (similar under $500 here and under $100 here) | Le Chateau Lace Up Pumps – now on sale for only $50 (similar lace up flats here – for only $24)  | Mackage Handbag (I also own it in grey and white, and am coveting it in blush pink) – similar suede crossbody bag here, and similar more affordable here.| Benefit Cosmetics, They’re Real Double The Lip


I’ve been waiting for warmer weather to wear this floral dress, but the weather here in Toronto has not been cooperating; so I’ve had to figure out how to wear dresses while it’s still cold out. Wearing my trench coat over them has been the perfect solution. Although I wish I didn’t have to wear a coat with this dress, at least it’s chic and keeps me warm. Success!

After pairing my dress with my trench coat, this outfit combo has become one of my go-to looks of the moment. What kind of fun is it to keep your new spring-summer clothes tucked away in your closet, when you’re so excited and anxious to wear them!? No fun at all. Thankfully I’ve come up with the perfect solution to my fashion problem – and I hope it inspires you also!

How do you like to wear your spring-summer dresses when the temperature is a little chilly? I’d love to hear your ideas in the comment section at the end of this post!

xo,
Victoria


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2 Comments

  1. Vicky
    May 10, 2017 / 11:58 am

    What a pretty dress! Old Navy can have such great deals. I don’t love my arms, so I wish it wasn’t a camisole though.

    • Victoria
      May 10, 2017 / 12:06 pm

      Oh I’m right there with you – I’m so not a fan of my arms (we all have those parts of our body we like less; even though we know we shouldn’t). What I usually do is wear a coat like in this post if it’s a little chilly; or if it’s warmer then a denim jacket or a light weight cardigan. If it’s really hot I usually just suck it up and go sleeveless (or wear a lightweight wrap/shawl or short sleeve cardigan).

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