Spring Essentials

Have you ever saw a dress that you just had to purchase? Then, the dress arrives and it hangs in your closet for months? I am so guilty of that. Just the other day, I realized that I have been having this particular dress for a million years and I have yet to wear it. I am not sure why, but now I am wondering what I was waiting on. Have you ever had these experience ladies? Let me know that I'm not the only one.

It all happened when I was searching for an outfit for church; I realized that I have never wore my ELOQUII Studio Bonded Pique Dress. (View here ) When I put this dress on, I felt fabulous and was wondering why I have not worn this beauty, yet. From its brilliant blue color to the weight of the material (which is heavy for the Southern heat, but it is the perfect selection for this time of year), I found my next go-to outfit.


At the time, this dress came in the fabulous cobalt blue. The dress has a gold-plated necklace detail in the front so I kept the theme in the color realm of gold. I paired the dress with a black faux suede sandal with gold-plated ankle detail here, a gold-plated belt that can be found here, along with black and gold accessories.

This dress is beautiful as a stand-alone ensemble or can be styled in multiple ways. You could add a chain layered belt or even add a snakeskin sandal to add a little flare.


I am uber excited about this dress because ELOQUII just did a re-launch in the pastel colors. (View here) I cannot wait to see how other beautiful women will style the pastel dress options for the Spring. 

Ladies, I just found the dress. Please check Rent The Runway for an opportunity to rent this dress.
















1 comment :

  1. I do have a dress I bought years ago after trying it on just once - navy lace overlay with nude underneath. I bought it from Gwynnie Bee and haven't worn it out since. My excuse is that I don't have the shoes to do it justice . . . I do need to step up my shoe game. I would love to know how you walk in those hot heels you wear! Is there a trick to it or is it just practice?

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