OOTD: Fall Transition Dress

So I cannot tell you how much I adore this new dress of mine. I saw it online under new arrivals and rushed to the store to buy it ASAP!

If you follow on insta, you probably know I’ve worn it about 2 million times since it was purchased. I wore it wine tasting for a bachelorette weekend with sandals and at an engagement party I hosted this past weekend (more on the party later this week!). I also have worn it to the office and out and about. For today’s post, I paired it with booties and added a puffer vest as we transition into fall weather. I would also add tights as it gets closer to winter. I love that it’s so versatile.  Best dress ever.

I also was so excited when my new Dagne Dover mini tote arrived last week! I have two large ones and I am in love. It helps keep everything organized and the new designs are better than ever (check out the inside details here - remember the DC event I hosted for them?).

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Dress: Zara // Vest: J.Crew // Boots: C. Wonder (similar here) // Tote: Dagne Dover c/o // Sunnies: Karen Walker // Earrings: Kendra Scott c/o // Necklace: Kendra Scott c/o // Rings: Kendra Scott // Bracelets: H&M, Hermes & T.Audrey c/o (with my aunt and uncle’s initials) // Lips: All Fired Up by MAC

Stay tuned this week for most details on the stock the bar engagement party I hosted Saturday!

8 Responses to OOTD: Fall Transition Dress

  1. that dress is gorgeous!

  2. Such a darling dress!! Love the versatility of the fabric — fall prints are our favorite.

  3. RMD says:

    Love the dress!! How does it run?

    • BAC says:

      Thank you! I think pretty true to size. I am wearing a size small and I’m almost 5’8 so it’s not too short. I’m also 28 bust but it’s loose up top and overall!

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