9.11.2012

EveryBody, EveryWear: Back to School

Every year on the first day of school I wore some sort of printed dress.  To relive those elementary school days, I put on one of my favorite printed dresses and headed off to teach my lecture and go to work. There's something about oxford stripes that remind me so much of the first day of school.  I featured a bunch of back to school looks last week but wanted to give you another one since EBEW asked us to put our best foot forward.  

EBEW - Back To School

Dress - Anthropologie, Cardigan - Nordstrom, Shoes - Me Too via Nordstrom, Necklaces - Eastern Market, Stella & Dot, Earrings - Gift, Bracelet - Eden of W. Dennis, MA.



Check out how all the other bloggers styled their back to school looks over on EBEW

9 comments:

silvergirl said...

such a cute dress
i am a sucker for anything with stripes
brett

Lindsay said...

Love, love, love those shoes! And they look great with that striped dress. Popping over from EBEW.

Tinfoil Tiaras said...

I really love the floral embellishments on your dress and your sweet pink nails. I really can't remember anything too memorable about my first day outfits.

Style Journey said...

Super cute dress. Anything with stripes is a winner for back to school :)

Blue Dog Belle said...

So cute! Loving the shoes

Bethie The Boo said...

I wore a lot of patterned dresses on the 1st day back in elementary school as well! With my buckled Mary Janes!

I love this striped dress on you and how it gathers at the side with the cute flowers! So fun! And a fun pop of color with the red shoes too!

Kezzie said...

You look lovely! I totally forgot that I used to wear a navy and blue gingham dress in the summer at school- you made remember! Thanks for your comment on my bookpost, I really appreciate it- most people just ignore my bookposts so it's really kind of you to have read AND commented! Hope you are well!

Viktoria said...

Adorable dress!!

Catherine Baleda said...

Love that dress and red shoes. :)

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