Eden Bloom Mini Dress
Fashion,  Looks

Eden Bloom Mini Dress

Fall is my favorite season. It wasn’t always. Naturally, when I was younger summer was my favorite because of summer break and spending days playing with friends, swimming, riding bikes, just hanging out. Even though I still have summers off as a teacher, which I love, in terms of weather and fashion fall is my favorite now. It’s funny because I’ve heard quite a few people say the same thing – that as they’ve gotten older they’ve gained a new appreciation for fall.

So I found the perfect fall dress for my favorite season and wore it during my early fall shoot with Lauren. This blush dress has a beautiful floral print, ruffle details, and open back! The detailing on this dress is so pretty. It’s basically a dream. I wore it with blush peep toe sock booties to complete the look.


Dress: Princess Polly | Booties: Nordstrom

I think this dress would work well for spring and/or fall but especially fall because of the muted colors. Unfortunately, my link to the dress doesn’t seem to be working but I’m going to link to it anyway in case it starts to work again. I’m also linking to 2 similar dresses. My booties are also sold out, but I’m linking to them just in case they come back and also to similar pairs.

I wish I had a wedding to go to this fall because this would be the perfect wedding guest dress for the fall!

Also, side note, throwing leaves is actually really hard! The above leaf throwing photos took us so long to get and they still didn’t end up as good as we had wanted!

This is the look 3 of 3 from my early fall shoot with Lauren. We met up yesterday to take some more fall photos and I can’t wait to share!

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