No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. There’s snow in the background of these photos. As I had anticipated all the way back in March- New England got one final (??) blanket of early-Spring snow as a last “gotcha!” from Winter before it finally departs for good. It’s a bit of a shock to the senses to see all the freshly blooming trees and flowers with a thin layer of sleet/ice on them- but it’s shaping up to be warm and sunny over the next few days- so it should be melted and gone and a faded, distant memory by the end of the week.
I’m still pushing forward with my Spring state-of-mind, however- and attempting to manifest the season with brighter clothes (and nails!) and blonder hair. Despite the dip in the temperatures and the temporary change of lovely and colorful Western Massachusetts scenery over the past couple of days- I opted to wear a classic piece from one of my favorite designers/clothing companies- Tatyana Clothing while out in Montague.
Some of you may remember another retro and beautiful dress from Tatyana Clothing that I had showed off last Summer (when I was a brunette. It feels like a lifetime ago.) and this form-fitting, lightly-lined, pastel polka-dotted dress is yet another piece I absolutely treasure from their boutique. Not only does it accentuate my figure in the most perfect of ways, but it’s comfortable and irresistibly cute- and perfect for any outdoor occasion- especially dressier ones!
I paired this with my trusted pair of black wedge sandals to give myself a little bit of a height boost without killing my feet with extended wear- but I’ve worn this with pink heels, black heels, white slides, flats, you name it- it’s such an incredibly easy dress to match with different footwear and accessories because of all the colors featured within it.
This dress is perfect for Summer, too- with a slightly billowy layer of fabric near the bust and thin shoulder straps- so I’m ready for all the rescheduled weddings from 2020 to finally happen later on this year. This is gonna’ be my go-to outfit for sure.
[ Photos by Dan Little ]