It’s officially June! I can’t believe I’m actually using the word “summer” in this blog post, but I’ve been dying to find a a pink summery tribal print for a while now. And yes, I understand that this is a very specific trend to be ‘dying for’.
I’m essentially having a pregnant woman’s cravings.
I did squeal a little internally when I found exactly what I was looking for in this dress online from Mally B’s Boutique in Cleveland. (The other Cleveland. In Tennessee.) Don’t ask me how I find the most AMAZING little boutiques in every corner of the U.S. I really should put it on my resumé. It’s a talent! My newest online boutique obsession is Mally B’s, and I’m SO excited to introduce you guys to them. You’re going to love all of their super cute things! Also, A+ for customer service. My box got here SO fast and my dress fit perfectly!
Mally B’s is owned by a Mother and Daughter team, Connie + Natalie, and their boutique is seriously ROCKIN’. They have a huge contemporary collection at amazing price points (this dress was $35), AND an entire curvy line of sizes XL-3XL, which is so admirable. I LOVE retailers that are body positive and cater to EVERY woman. It’s just awesome. So affordable and really unique.
This particular dress is called the Giving It All dress, and unfortunately, as soon as I got it, it sold out, but lucky for you, ALL of Mally B’s dresses are SO cute. This funky maxi dress is also a tribal print and has a seriously cool cut… I also cannot confirm nor deny that it is currently in my cart on their site already.
Oh… and can you guys believe I picked these dangly earrings up at Ross? They are RUSH by Denis and Charles and were $12.99! You’ll need to find them in-stores for your own pair (they live inside the jewelry case, so ask an associate to help you!) If your local Ross doesn’t have any, here’s a dupe at Forever21.
I paired this whole look with my new favorite summer sandals. These sweet little stacked heels, called the Hansen Chunky Heels, are from The Loft Boutique in Hiawassee, Georgia, headquartered in a restored schoolhouse from the 1940’s. The gals of The Loft created the boutique in an effort to solve the problem of finding fashion in a small town.
“Before The Loft Boutique existed, there were few places for women of all ages to shop for fashion-forward clothes,” the Loft explains. Today, The Loft is an incredible online boutique, brimming with hand selected pieces of trendy and affordable clothing that even I, as a Cali girl 2,000 miles away, absolutely could not resist! (They. Have. The. Cutest. Shoes.)
I’m just loving this low/stacked heel trend. I wore them with this outfit all day long and my feet didn’t complain all day. I even drove with them on…and I drive a stick! Too comfy.
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