OUTFIT DETAILS

DRESS: 1901 [comes in other colors/prints -wearing size small, it runs large] | BAG: Clare V. [Petite version HERE & dupe version HERE for $49] | SANDALS: Valentino [similar style HERE] | WATCH: Michele | BRACELET: Hermes | EARRINGS: Styled Collection [love THESE as well] | SUNGLASSES: Chloe [obsessed!] | RINGS: Cartier, David Yurman [dupe version HERE] | LIPS: ‘Spice’ + ‘Kim KW

How fun is this dress?! I mentioned last week that the tie waist trend is super popular right now and I linked this one (+ a few others I found on Nordstrom)  and then ended up ordering it for Easter weekend. Not only do I adore the pink gingham print, I love the ruffle detailing and the big bow in the front. I had been on Nordstrom shopping for Easter dress options and noticed SO many dresses similar to this one and at a variety of price points, thank goodness. This one is $119 but I also found THIS and THIS which are around the $50 price point. I can’t speak to the quality or fit of those, but they are so stinking cute. My dress is in a small but it was a little big so I would recommend sizing down. I have tried THIS similar one on and it ran small – so it can be tricky. Definitely read reviews and the sizing info on Nordstrom’s site.

I think the reason I love this style is because it can be worn and/or styled for different occasions, events, etc. Pair it with sandals for the office or with wedges for a date night or even some nude heels for a wedding or shower! It can easily be dressed up or down – but no matter what will be so cute! 🙂 My mom texted me after I posted it on my Instagram the other night and was like “I’m taking that when I come this weekend!”.

I mentioned that there are a lot of similar styles at different price points so I will actually link all of them in the little widget below in case you are looking for something similar.

Thanks to Nordstrom for sponsoring today’s post.

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10 thoughts on “Pink + Gingham + Ruffles + Pockets = Perfect Dress for Spring

  1. i love the dress! its so hard to tell what looks good on myself esp when ordering online…when i see u wear different styles and trends it makes me wonder if i should go out of my comfort zone and try diff styles and trends lol

    plus ur tall and i’m short…so could still be different.

    but love it as always! xoxox

  2. Pink is totally your color! Love how you styled this outfit with the flowers and the sandals (which are to die for, btw!). Thanks for sharing your great sense of style with everyone 🙂