Dress, Plenty by Tracy Reese (thrifted); necklace, House of Harlow; shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti (thrifted)
Dress, Plenty by Tracy Reese (thrifted); necklace, House of Harlow; shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti (thrifted)

If I am perfectly honest, this Tracy Reese dress is not really my thang right now. But it’s a pretty, super flattering dress, and I am still deeply susceptible to those. Dear readers … I bought it. It was $7. Why the heck not? I wore it for a “date night”, which in fact meant a child-free, late-afternoon “dinner” with my husband at the local sushi joint. And they say that romance is dead, pshaw.

watery hues
watery hues
is that a twirl in your step, or are you just happy to wear me?
is that a twirl in your step, or are you just happy to wear me?
flutters
flutters

The whole outfit is a bit of a throwback because those sandals are also something I loved a couple of years ago, but probably wouldn’t buy now. They’re very high (and uncomfortable) and quite sexy. If there is one thing my current style ISN’T, it’s sexy. Even on “date nights”, Imma gonna pick comfort over pretty much everything else, every time. Oh hey, what’s that? The corpse of romance, turning over in its grave, you say? Well, pooh.

summer vibes
summer vibes

11 Comments on Deep Blue Sea

  1. That is the perfect color for your skin tone! and the dress is very flattering. Those shoes are a knock-out too. You look great!

  2. Great dress. I feel the same way about my summer wardrobe – I work from home in the summer, so I just wear the same 7 dresses over and over. Periodically I ask my husband (still feels weird saying that!) if I’m too old for some of them but he’s basically useless on that front.

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