For those of you looking to track down the perfect little white dress to add to your wardrobe (which is especially ideal for engagement photo sessions or other wedding festivities), this post is for you! I scooped this dress up from one of my favorite online retailers, Chicwish and I’m obsessed. Aside from being so cute, it has a price tag of less than $80.00 so it’s also pretty much guilt-free. Sharing outfit details with you below as well as some ideas in terms of how to style it for fall. Wrapping up today’s post with a quick family update. Enjoy!
Outfit Of The Day:
I’m loving this classic little white dress! If you’re engaged, this would make the perfect dress for any of the special wedding occasions coming up in your life (engagement party, rehearsal dinner, etc.).
If not, it’s the perfect classic piece to add to your collection. I’m especially loving its scalloped lace around the bodice and its crisscrossed back.
Speaking of the back of this dress, I was personally a little weary to buy it because I was worried it wouldn’t work if you have any semblance of boobs.
That said, after trying it on, I realized that you can actually wear it without a bra because the front of the dress is padded in such a way that it still feels comfortable.
I also love that the back of the dress is completely adjustable thanks to the crisscross pattern that functions like a corset. You can really tie yourself in there!
Styling A Little White Dress For Fall
You can absolutely layer this dress up if you need to wear it in the fall or winter. Add some extra warmth and edge by pairing it with a pair of comfy black booties (white ones here or brown here) and a moto jacket draped over the shoulders!
Linking to a few similar looks below that will help seamlessly transition this dress into fall too.
I can’t believe it’s already been a week since our little family has been back in LA from Prague. The first night back from our trip, Naiya slept through the whole night. Phil and I thought we had created some sort of traveling miracle baby and that we were in the clear with jet lag. Of course, we couldn’t have been more wrong–rookie mistake!
The next few nights, Naiya ended up waking up throughout the night and was then up for good around 5am. Needless to say, this mama is pooped! Thankfully, Naiya is finally back on LA time and of course Phil and I feel like we could sleep for days.
Photography: Azusa Takano