Fashion,  Looks

Blue Stripe Poplin Tiered Dress

Okay, I know I often say that I really love a dress, but I really love this dress. In fact, I love it so much that I got it in solid black too. I saw this dress on the rack at J.Crew Factory earlier in the fall and I thought it looked so cute. It’s originally $98 and was on sale so I went to try it on. As soon as I put it on I was in love. It was perfect! It’s so comfortable, fit perfectly, I love the style and cut, and has pockets! That weekend J.Crew Factory was also offering a larger discount that usual for teachers so I managed to get this blue stripe one and the solid black one for less than the original price of one dress! Two dresses for less than the price of one dress?! They obviously didn’t have to convince me to get them.

I wore the dress here bare legged with grey booties. I wore it to work a few days ago with the same grey booties but with black fleece lined tights and I wasn’t cold or anything at work. And funny story – one of my 6th grade students kept gushing over how much she loved my dress and boots. She said “it should be illegal to look so pretty on a Monday” and that was the best compliment I could get on a Monday haha.

Dress: J.Crew Factory (here) | Boots: DSW

I love the blue and white stripes and the henley style buttons. The tiers are the perfect detail to help the dress really flare out.

The dress is currently on sale for 50% off with code JINGLE. It’s already a lower price than when I got it in September so this is a great deal. It looks like most sizes are still available in classic and petite. My booties are old and I can’t find a pair that are super similar, but linked to another cute grey pair.

Have a great Thursday!

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