Outfit of the Day

Like I said in my last nail post, I’ve been obsessed with tweed lately, so… I bought my first genuine tweed clothing item! I’ve been shopping around online for the past few months looking at jackets, shorts, and dresses without feeling too strongly about the style or color of item I wanted for sure. As much as I like the look of a tweed jacket, I wasn’t sure how much use I would get out of one, especially since I just bought a black blazer. I love having dressy shorts because they work great in the summer as is, or in the winter with tights, but finding just the right tweed version was proving to be elusive. When I was first looking at tweed dresses, I was mostly looking at women’s dresses, and found that the silhouettes where a little too form fitting for my taste. After a while of shopping around, I started to look more at girl’s clothing and after a short while, I found this girl’s tweed dress on sale for 60% off at Nordstrom Rack! Jackpot. It’s a fit & flare dress with faux leather trim and it’s fully lined, so it’s exactly my kind of silhouette, it looks dressy, and it’s really nice quality, for $25! Plus, because it’s a girls dress the waistline is placed at mid-ribcage instead of the waist, so it works great for my super short torso.

I styled it with my new cozy cardigan I bought at the Mall of America, a vintage necklace, favorite handbag, and grey ankle boots to wear to Sunday morning mass.

Shein zip front trapezoidal handbag, somewhat similar Shein shoulder bag, & Express winged crossbody bag/Vintage necklace/Nordstrom Rack Cyrus knit front pocket cardigan, similar Nordstrom Rack Cotton Emporium ribbed midi cardigan, & ASOS JDY edge to edge cardigan/US Angels girl’s tweed dress (size 16), similar Nordstrom Rack Gal Meets Glam women’s tweed fit & flare dress, & somewhat similar Boohoo tweed frayed edge mini dress, & Revolve By The Way tweed dress/1.State Preete Bootie, similar Nordstrom Rack Katy Perry suede bootie, & Kohl’s Journee Collection ankle boots


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