I’ve always had a soft spot for dresses, and even though my dress collection is already large I can always make room for more if I find something I love.
I was shopping at the Liberty Center Dillard’s recently and came across this simple yet adorable navy blue dress from Gianni Bini. It’s rare that I buy a dress that’s as “plain” as this yet some of my most simple pieces are the most worn in my closet. I loved the cut of the dress because I know this is something I can wear throughout the entire year.
I love finding a dress that can be layered.
There’s something about wearing a blouse or turtleneck under a dress that instantly elevates your look. The summer weather has been sticking around in Cincinnati for as long as possible which of course I’m grateful for! As excited as I am to start wearing my cute fall clothes, I know I need to enjoy this time as much as possible, especially since I can’t cope anytime the temperature dips below 60 degrees. For today’s look I added a dose of fall with a beige beret but kept the rest of the look easy breezy with a small clutch and nude pumps.
Since fall fashion is starting to stick around it’s also worth mentioning that Liberty Center has tons of gorgeous options for fall fashion! I spent a good hour in the Dillard’s there and had a dressing room filled with pieces. I scoped out pieces from some of my favorite Dillard’s brands, including Gianni Bini (where this navy blue dress is from) and Antonio Melani.
Honestly, I can’t believe it’s practically October. September was by far the quickest month of the year, and my hectic schedule only made it speed by even faster. My real estate and blog worlds have been in full force lately, which I’m totally grateful for but free time is at a minimum right now. It’s making me appreciate the free moments here and there I have that can just be calm. I usually end up curled up on the couch with my laptop in hand and the tv on when I have downtime, so it’s the best of both worlds.
The Navy Blue Dress
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