Dress - eShakti // Tights - Old Navy // Heels - Nordstrom // Necklace - Anthropologie
Don't let this outfit fool you into thinking my closet is full of highbrow pieces, it's really really not. I originally splurged on the Anthro necklace for my wedding almost four years ago, and I still probably wear it once or twice a week. The heels were also a wedding purchase, which my friend helped me procure with her awesome employee discount. Oh and the custom dress? I had some great coupon codes and made sure I picked a classic dress that I could wear to work and out and about. Even the tights were on sale when I bought them.
I may not do the majority of my clothing shopping at thrifts stores anymore (because Utah thrift stores generally suck), but I'm still rather
Anyway, I really didn't "style" this look, so much as throw on my go to necklace & tights (it's still cold & Im lazy when it comes to shaving my legs
I work in a converted house (err... mansion) that is full of plush carpet and spiral staircases and considering how clumsy I am, I would surely meet my death if I tried wearing heels. Plus, I take the bus and walk home most days, so heels aren't exactly practical. So you'll usually find me in some ratty black flats that are in desperate need of being replaced -- I'm classy like that.
But back to the dress: It's kind of rocking my world owning clothing that is tailor made for me. Plus, clothing that hits below the knee and has sleeves that don't try and amputate my arms? Amazing!
Aaand maybe I ordered a skirt from them (eShakti) as well... I might be teetering on the edge of addiction.