70's Inspired Bell Sleeve Dress
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I love a good shift dress and this little number is no exception. Pink is my favorite color, so I had to purchase the blush tone. But this dress is also available in walnut (a great brown shade). It rings in at $49.00 over at Nordstrom which is a complete steal! I'm 5'7 and typically when ordering from the Juniors Department I order a size up for length. I love that the products are more affordable, but they do tend to run on the short side. I am typically a size S but ordered a M in this particular dress. The great thing about a retailer like Nordstrom is they offer free shipping and returns, so you can shop online without the hassle.
You can pair this dress with heels like I did or even wear it with a sandal like this. It's a comfortable dress for a night out or even to bring on Spring Break. To take the look from day to night, I change my Tory Burch Foldover Crossbody from a purse into a clutch by removing the strap. This is my go to neutral handbag because of the soft pebbled leather and its versatility. As far as jewelry goes a Texas girl can never go wrong with a healthy dose of Kendra Scott!
I hope this post provides you with inspiration as you begin to plan and shop for spring. Below you'll find the details on every item featured in this post.
Lace-Up Shift Dress (Under $50)
Steve Madden Heel (Only $42.99!)
Elton Cuff Bracelet (20% off!)