Rachel Antonoff Dress (more sizes here), J.Crew Cardigan (old, last seen here and similar here), Ann Taylor Flats (old, last seen here), J.McLaughlin Bag (last seen here)
Last week I did this post on my favorite little white dresses under $100, and today, I’m sharing quite possibly the prettiest and most flattering white Spring dress I’ve ever worn. I picked this one up at the Tuckernuck store while we were in D.C. and wore it as soon as we got back home to Charleston. Luckily we arrived to gorgeous, warm weather that had me peeling off off my cardigan pretty quickly. I know I say it time and time again, but I sure do have a crush on our new city. My love just keeps growing as we get more settled in.
The fit and flare style has always been my favorite as far as dress silhouettes go. My waist is the smallest part of my body, so I find it the most flattering for my figure. Rachel Antonoff knocked it out of the park with the fit on this particular style (I’m wearing a size 0). The skirt is fuller, which gives the dress a vintage feel and the delicate eyelet detailing adds a sweet, feminine touch. Rose is wearing this darling blush dress that has a similar, but more relaxed body.
I just posted a GMG Now post about my love for basket, raffia and wicker bags and shared all of my favorites out on the interweb right now. I’m using my J.McLaughlin one here and Rose is using my Cult Gaia bag, both are constantly on repeat. The best part about these bags is that you can find many of them incredibly budget friendly- most under $100 and some even $40 or $30 and under, like this one, this one and this one.