• Plaid Button Down Dress

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    Plaid Button Down Dress

    I can’t believe Thanksgiving is next week already! It seems like just the other day everyone was talking about how Halloween snuck up and now we’re at the end of November. The look I’m sharing today is one that I shot with Lauren last month during our fall shoot. I would say it’s a great outfit for Thanksgiving, which it is, but pretty much any fall outfit is good for Thanksgiving don’t you agree? I really love this outfit – a plaid button down dress with a white turtleneck and cognac slouchy boots. Fall perfection! Dress: American Eagle | Turtleneck: ASOS (here) | Boots: Red Dress Boutique I love the…

  • Shaker Knit Sweater + Plaid Shirt Dress

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    Restyled: Shaker Knit Sweater + Plaid Shirt Dress

    I hope you all had a good weekend and you’re not too down about the fact that it’s back to work today. The outfit I’m sharing today is not just a restyling of the sweater and of the plaid shirt dress, but it’s also kind of a throwback look since it’s kind of 90s looking. I wanted to wear this blue and green plaid shirt dress to work last week, but I knew with it’s lightweight material that I’d need a sweater since I would most likely be cold. Instead of wearing it with a cardigan, I decided to wear my shaker knit sweater over it. I wore sweater tights and…

  • gap + pendleton blue-green-plaid-dress

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    Blue & Green Plaid Dress

    Two years ago I got a red plaid dress that I shared on the blog on Thanksgiving or around Thanksgiving time – I can’t quite remember but I wrote about it (here).  That dress is really comfortable, but the one I’m sharing today is even more comfortable if that’s possible! Why? Because it is made of a super soft material – like a thin flannel almost. Dress: Gap + Pendleton via Gap | Tights: American Eagle | Boots: DSW | Watch: Fossil | Coat: J.Crew This dress is part of the Gap and Pendleton collaboration. So I already talked about how soft this dress is but now let’s talk about the color.…