I love a classic jersey dress. Whether you’re dressing down for errands around town or pairing your look with heels or wedges for the office, you really can’t go wrong with this wardrobe staple. I previously shared about the navy version of the Penny Jersey Knit dress a few months back with this blue trench. I think that the 3/4 length sleeves are such a classic length, and I love the semi-fitted shape of the dress, the fact that it has pockets, and the overall length of the dress make it ideal for wearing into the office.
While most of the patterns have sold out already, the last time I checked the Magical Garden print was only available in two sizes, the navy version is still available in a selection of sizes, as well as the classic black.
Now that the weather is going to start warming up again (I’ve never been so ecstatic about 60 degree temperatures) I’m shedding the extra layer for today’s look and pairing the dress with my current go-to flat from Sarah Flint, The Natalie. I’ve shared about the Sarah Flint brand often here on the blog since I first became a brand ambassador for the brand last Spring, and this is my first time sharing about the brands ‘hero’ shoe, The Natalie which I picked up in the classic and very versatile color wave, Saddle Vacchetta. It’s also available in navy and black as well as several other color options.
The Natalie features a 10mm flat heel, a pointed toe (a play on the classic ballerina), an asymmetrical bow detail which adds to the unique design of the shoe and I love knowing that every single shoe from the Sarah Flint brand is handcrafted in Italy. Your shoes arrive in the signature blue Sarah Flint box with a personalized card with the name of the artisan who crafted your shoes. I also love that each shoe has it’s own individual bag which makes for easy storage to keep your shoes looking their best, and keep them safely tucked away when you’re not wearing them.
So, I have narrow feet which means as always, I was scanning through the reviews from customers to see whether they suggested sizing down. (You can also schedule a private session with a stylist if you’re unsure about fit.) In the end I opted to go with my traditional size 6US/36EU and that was definitely the right choice to make. With the pointed toe it would definitely have been a mistake to have sized down a 1/2 size. Per the website the shoes also fit TTS for medium width feet, and for wider feet it’s suggested that you size up 1/2. The shoe will stretch in width with continued wear.