Printed dresses are one of my favorite things to wear throughout the year, and I love styling them with some of my favorite accessories this time of year… boots/booties, and when I’m not heading into the office, a hat! This past weekend I pulled out one of my favorite printed dresses that I’ve purchased from MANGO (they have so many beautiful options again this year, and I’ve linked them at the bottom of the post.) This dress was one of my favorites from last year and is just one of those dresses that you could live in all weekend long and be completely comfortable in.
When wearing a printed dress, you should ideally go with neutral accessories. I paired it with budget-friendly booties that I found at Target last year (I was extremely surprised) and I plan on pairing them with both my dresses and my more casual jean ensembles throughout the fall and winter season again this year.
For my hat, I went with a Fedora in Camel from the San Diego Hat Company. It was one of the four hats that the brand sent me from their fall collection, and it comes in seven colorways. This hat is a classic wardrobe staple for both the fall and winter seasons, and the felt material adds to the cozy feel of the hat. (Note: For a limited time you can get 20% off with the code: FALLFAVE)
My Feather Cuff earrings are recent additions from Susan Shaw, and since I wanted to keep my other jewelry accessories simple, going with a statement earring always adds an extra touch of fun to any look. I also paired one of the rings from my Crew Ring Set (Gorjana) with this look.
This bridge is one of two in an office park just minutes from our house. I drive by it daily, and this was the first time we took a moment to walk around the pond. We also had the unexpected opportunity to do a little birdwatching, as groups of ducks chattered away at one another as we walked by…
This wooden bridge circles the back half of the pond.
This sighting of a blue heron was one of the highlights of the day.
“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” —Khalil Gibran