It’s time for my monthly wrap up where I show you the outfits I wore throughout the month. My reasoning behind doing the wrap up is that whenever I check out other bloggers wrap ups, I’m always inspired by the different ways they style the same items over and over again. So, hopefully I can help someone else out of a wardrobe rut!
I typically work from home two days a week (Monday and Friday), so each week will usually only have three work outfits. This month I basically stuck with a dress + cardigan combo. Not groundbreaking at all, but it works for a muggy-hot July.
Here are all my July looks:
I put little hearts next to my most popular outfits according to my Instagram friends. I appreciate all the love!
One Winner – Row 3, Outfit 1
If I had to pick an outfit to wear when I randomly ran into that cool kid from high school, I’d totally choose this dress/belt/sweater combo. I just felt like it was both comfortable and super flattering. The dress was a Boden online purchase a few months ago (it’s the Willa Jersey dress and currently on sale), the gold belt is from Old Navy and has been getting a ton of wear lately, and the sweater is a super old one from Loft.
One Loser – Row 4, Outfit 1
I want to like this dress, I really do. It’s the Rosamund Jersey dress and I picked it up at the Boden Outlet store for a steal. However, I’ve worn it twice and both times just felt kind of frumpy in it. I’m leaning towards listing this one for sale on Poshmark or eBay.
One That Needs Work – Row 1, Outfit 2
While I love the pattern and fabric on this Rivera dress, the length really bothers me. I decided I’m going to hem it to knee-length and also put a few stitches in up top to keep the wrap from blousing open. Now I just need to do it and not let it sit on my sewing table until winter…
That’s it. Everything else I wore this month has been repeated in my wardrobe many times before!
What do you think – should I get rid of the Rosemund jersey dress? Do you agree that I should chop the Riveria dress to knee-length?
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