fashion, Outfit of the day, personal style

The-Throw-on-and-Go Dress, or, How to Look like You Made an Effort

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In case you haven’t noticed, yoga pants have crossed over from a great option for getting your down dog on to a lot of people’s go-to’s when running around during the day. Although I have been known to be seen in yoga pants outside the gym, this only happens when I am grabbing something on my way home from a workout. Instead, I like to opt for easy pieces that still work for whatever my day throws at me, but still look nice. One thing that is invaluable in my life is the “throw-on-and-go” dress. The shirt dress is definitely having a moment right now, so take note, because they are so comfy and breeze-y. Honestly, I can’t have too many of these. This is particular dress was a somewhat recent purchase that I have been wearing nonstop. One reason that I am obsessed with this is that it makes me look pulled together with pretty much no thought or effort involved. It is definitely as easy as putting on some yoga pants, but way more chic.

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Dress: Forever 21, sold out, similar, similar/Sandals: Forever 21, old, similar/ Sunnies: Mink Pink, old, similar/ Purse: Vintage Dooney & Bourke/ Belt: Vintage

Thanks for reading, have a great afternoon! xo

Photos by Wendy Jones

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  • Reply Michelle May 21, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    Yes, I totally agree! I wear mostly dresses for exactly this reason. People really give you a lot of credit for “dressing up” or putting in effort when you have a dress on, even though it’s literally the easiest thing to wear. It’s one piece! I even have a fitted dress made from a super soft, almost sweatshirt-like material that feel like pajamas, but still reads as putting in an effort. We’re fooling them!

    xo, Michelle
    Neon Rattail

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