Mustard Dress & Stripes


I’ve truly neglected the blog this year! Now that I think about it—instead of blogging, I was either working on a 1000 piece Star Wars puzzle (still incomplete), sleeping, or Netflix-ing. Let’s just say, the dark side got to me. (However, I am giving myself kudos for putting together the puzzle’s border…it only took 6 months.)

To round out 2015, I thought I’d squeeze in a few December posts. Here, I’m sharing one of my favorite fall outfits. (I do apologize that these pictures aren’t as great as the ones I’ve had in my last few posts. I wanted to get something up and had to rely on my go-to tripod pictures!)

I wore this dress in one of my first posts on the blog. It was never to be seen again…until now. To be honest, I’ve only worn it a few times since then—styling it with simple pieces, like a blazer and flats. I was about to let it go this year, but then I decided to give this shirts under dresses-thing a try.


This look definitely takes me back to my 90s days, but I actually really like it. It gives me a fresh way to repurpose some of my dresses and shirts. I did think about adding a belt to define the dress. However, I didn’t want to overwhelm the look with both a belt and neck tie. Considering I’m still really into bandanas, that won. This just happens to be my go-to bandana look, but for a few different ways, check out my other post.



While I haven’t quite figured out my resolutions for 2016, I do hope to come back to my blog space more often. I’m not quite ready to give it up! As I do every year, I’ll be back next week with a recap of my 2015 resolutions and favorite posts. Until then…Happy Holidays!

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