A dahlia a day keeps the doctor away! Nature has always been my happy place, and when you live in the PNW there is never a shortage of flower farms. Like seriously – farms that have rows and rows of flowers. No cows, no crops, just blooms. I’m convinced I live in some sort of fairyland because of the many beautiful things that grow here. With this darling setting I wore a button down midi dress, which is the perfect style dress for fall. I love the large button trend that we have seen all summer long. There are many different styles of a button down midi dress, and this pastel pink one comes in 3 colors! You can style your dress with a cozy cardigan like this warm fuzzy one or one similar to mine.
Dress, Forever21, Boots: Jeffrey Campbell (similar here), Bag: Vintage Coach (new version here), Hat: Forever21, Watch: Marc Jacobs, Coin Necklace: Forever21, Heart Necklace: Forever21, Cardigan: LF (similar here, here, here)
I love layered jewelry and with this look I really wanted to play up my necklaces. I feel like stacking necklaces has become so relevant in fashion, and my collection keeps growing every month! This coin set was only $4.90. The accessories are what bring this outfit together. I love my new red hat, I think hats are such a great accessory and makes any outfit look better. My Marc Jacobs smart watch it a favorite of mine. It is so cool that I can read my texts, count my steps, or answer my phone on my watch. I picked the neutral band so I can style it all fall and winter long. I thought it added a little bit of tech/modernity to my farm-loving button down midi dress.
This was the first time I tried doing something with my hair in a while. I really need to get better at styling my hair. I stick with braiding because I think it’s easier than styling wit heat tools. I have SO much hair that curling it proves a large feat. I wanted something more quirky than fishtail braids so I did two wrap around knots on each side. I feel like with the hat, braids and boots I look like I could be working on a farm. If it were a flower farm I think I could manage…