Art Gala Attire

Tonight my family and I went to a local art show in my hometown and the dress code was dressy-casual. I went with this lovely little pink dress!  It’s one of my current favourites… I just love the fit and cut!!!


I also curled my hair and added some jewelry to dress it up a little more. But the dress itself looks so lovely I didn’t need too many accessories : )


Here’s the pieces we picked up!!  After they’re re-framed they’ll look gorgeous in the house : )


Dress: giedi dress (moulinette soeurs)
Shoes: town shoes

Artist: Chris Judge

As always, click on the photos to see the dress on Anthropologie’s online shop !  : )

1 Blouse, 3 Ways

Making one piece work in many scenarios helps justify the cost and increase the size of your wardrobe without spending money. I believe that it is worth spending extra to purchase quality clothing that will look better for longer than many of the inexpensive pieces from H&M or XXI. Finding a top like this that works both casually and at the office is a fantastic little discovery!!

1 Blouse, 3 Ways

Look 1

The first look I did with this blouse was a casual spring day outfit. It’s very comfortable and easy to wear. This outfit is perfect for any spring day!

Look 2

Look 2

The second look is a great outfit for a chilly spring night. It’s also very casual, comfortable & wearable. Accessorizing with bright colour keeps the outfit fun & summery!

Look 3

Look 3

The third look I created with this top is an outfit for work. Paired with a blazer, dress pants, and a fun necklace; this outfit stands out more than the typical, muted, workplace outfit.


Top: laymen top (sam & lavi)

Shorts: stet roll-up shorts (pilcro)

Belt: metallic skinny belt
Necklace: marmalade fringe necklace
Sandals: anthropologie 2 summers ago

Pants: serif legging jeans (pilcro)
Scarf: sun-dipped scarf
Shoes: covered bridge shooties (farylrobin)

Blazer: aritzia
Pants: banana republic
Necklace: mayura necklace
Heels: town shoes


Click the photo to see the blouse on Anthropologie!