I don’t wear this dress often enough! Every time I put it on it makes me feel like I’m walking around in a nightgown: yeah, it’s that comfortable. Today I styled it with fairly neutral accessories. And, yes, I do consider cheetah print a neutral. I mean unless you’re wearing a major splash of it, like leopard pants or a big leopard coat, it blends in really well with almost anything, including other prints.
Speaking of cheetah print, isn’t this clutch cute! I’ve been on the lookout for a leopard or cheetah print foldover clutch for several months, but didn’t want to pay upwards of $100-$200 for the only ones I was finding online. This one came from a boutique called Saved By the Dress (savedbythedress.com). I snapped it up as soon as I saw it and I believe they’re sold out now. I have seen similar ones on Etsy as well as a few other online boutiques. I linked to a similar Sole Society version sold at Nordstrom below. Too bad it’s not marked down for the #nsale.
Source Info — Chambray Dress: $98 (J.Crew); Espadrille Wedges: Otis High Wedges, $39 (currently on clearance for $20 at Payless); Cheetah print foldover clutch: $39 from SavedByTheDress.com, but currently sold out (similar); Dagger Spear Long Earrings in Gold: $25 (Jenny and Jude Etsy shop); Tortoise Watch: Snagged it for $14.99 during Prime Day – regularly $19.99 (Amazon)
Here’s a closer look at this cute XOXO watch. Still can’t believe I picked it up for only $14.99!
Overall this was a comfortable, classic style that I would totally teach in. It was comfortable, offered good arm movement (yep, I need to swing my arms around when I teach), and the shoes are very walkable. Definitely going to wear this outfit again in a couple of weeks when school starts back up. (Gulp…is it that soon?)