Gingham Shirt Dress + BAIT Blue Wedges

Oh hello, dress of my dreams. Though I'm currently not allowing myself to buy any clothes in an attempt to save for a new apartment, I did have a small moment of weakness about a month ago when I wandered into Nordstrom Rack and picked up this dress out of a crowded rack of clothes like I was in some sort of trance. I usually struggle with finding button down shirts and dresses that fit well or don't gape, but somehow this one fits perfectly. I had to get it. I had no choice. 

As usual, this weekend was wonderful. A long brunch with old coworkers, lots of TV watching, visiting my parents at the lake...all usual weekend shenanigans. I can't say that I really have too much to write about today. So let's just all stare at the glory that is this dress and forget that I said anything at all.

Dress: Nordstrom Rack
Sandals: BAIT


  1. ohmygosh that dress is perfect! I love the print, the silhouette, everything!!

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

  2. This dress is adorable!! Did you hear that Shop Ruche is back?!?! Yay!
    Sincerely, Sara

  3. Oh I love it! You look adorable! It is a perfect length too! I struggle bus hard with button down anything. My upper region is always trying to bust through to the world. It sucks.

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