Dress: J.Jill (c/o, definitely go for Petite sizing if under 5’4″) Shoes: Marc Fisher Purse: Gucci Belt: Ann Taylor (past season) Earrings: Ann Taylor Bracelets: Lily and Laura (c/o- use code JennaDimaggioL+L for 20% off your order!) Sunglasses: Madewell Lips: Nars in Cruella
Guys, I think I have a bit of a problem. Just about every item that has made their way into my closet this spring is blue! I don’t what it is, but have totally been drawn to this color.
This dress from my friends at J.Jill is no exception! Blue and white stripes on a classic shirtdress silhouette- it’s the perfect spring and summer piece in a light linen. The dress is part of J.Jill’s April collection and one that I can see myself wearing over and over again. I love it styled with wedges, but also can’t wait to wear it with cute sneaks for an easy weekend look. That is probably my favorite thing about classic dresses like this one- throw it on and go all while looking pulled together. A tip for this dress? If you are under 5’4″ like me, make sure you pick up a petite to get the right length!
Another item I’m loving right now? Lily and Laura bracelets! Actually, I’ve loved these for quite some time, but after receiving a whole bunch of bracelets recently, I’ve been wearing them just about every weekend. I love adding them to an outfit for a pop of color or metallic, like the gold accented ones in today’s post. These bracelets are some of my favorites as they truly do go with everything. The beaded style is perfect for summer and they remind me of vacation which always makes me happy 🙂 If you are a fan of the bracelets and want to add to your collection or maybe want to try them for the first time yourself, you can use code JennaDimaggioL+L to get 20% off at checkout!
Are there any colors you’ve been drawn to recently? Hoping you guys love blue as much as I do because I have a lot more blue looks to come 😉
Photography by Lovely Pictures Studio– thanks to Ana for pretending it was spring with me and taking these pics on a chilly Boston spring day 🙂