It’s the first Saturday of spring! The weather is a sunny 70 degrees and orange blossoms are in the air. It’s a perfectly lovely sixth day of the week, and I’m so happy to see it.
When I bought this little chambray number on sale at Kohl’s last year, I had no idea it would become one of my all-time favorite basics.
This comfy dress is easily transformed from weekday to weekend with belts, shoes, and accessories. I’ve thrown it on with flats countless times for busy days at the flower shop, but I’ve also worn it as cover-up at the beach, with heels and a statement necklace for casual business meetings, and over tights and boots on chilly days. It’s one of the most versatile — and comfortable! — pieces in my closet, and it just keeps getting softer and better with each wash and wear.
Coveralls, bibs, dungarees; whatever you call ‘em, you probably either love ‘em or hate ‘em. I’m in the overall enthusiast camp; probably because I grew up in the 90′s and spent most of my childhood buckled up in their comfy, practical awesomeness.
This spring, a great pair of stylish grown-lady coveralls is on my wish list. I think they’d be perfect for running around the flower shop with cute sneakers and a tee, or on girls night with a black crop top — just a peek of skin on the sides — and simple heels. I’m looking for a slimmer fit in dark denim, like these Black Orchid Skinny Overalls or the Current Elliot Ranch Hand Overalls.
Of course, I’m hoping to find something much more budget friendly. I’ll keep you posted on that quest.
These ladies know how to make overalls appropriate beyond the playground (from left to right): Alexa Chung’s airport style; Street style in stilettos and a sleek coat; Elaine Welteroth in black overalls and chambray; Tuula Vintage in a simple striped tee; Where Did U Get That in a white tank and statement necklace; Crop top perfection; Tuula Vintage again in a jeweled tee; Alexa Chung again in a printed button-down; and Atlantic-Pacific in Current Elliot.