Well, friends. I almost cried Uncle this morning. I’ve got 110 posts in the works, but none of them are coming together for me, so I decided to revert back to an old school outfit post.
I miss the days when I would post an outfit a day and call it done. I mean, I love the more in-depth posts about trends and the extensive try-on hauls as much as the next girl, but I just can’t keep up with posting that kind of content on a daily basis.
I’ve been holding onto these pictures because I couldn’t come up with a clever title or topic, so I decided to just post them!
We shot these in Florida, with the lovely Mary Catherine Echols. She specializes in wedding photography, but she can do just about anything.
We actually stayed at the Ponte Vedra Lodge & Club down the road; it’s a little more laidback, and I like the vibe for visiting, but the Inn is my favorite for photo opps.
I became a fan of Eileen Fisher dresses several years ago, and this is my third. They’re such good quality with classic cuts and deceptively flattering fits.
By that, I mean, they look boxy and shapeless, but when you put them on, they move with you and have such a nice drape. They also launder and travel extremely well.
While this jersey knit dress may look simple and quite casual, you can dress it up with heels, as I did here.
You’re probably sick to death of these Kork-Ease heels, but they seem to go with everything. I like the contrast of the warm beige against the blue dress.
One of the best things about this dress is it looks as good with flats as it does with heels, so you can change up your look with the quick swap of a shoe.
I love how these Tory Burch T Monogram Flat Espadrille Sandals keep it elevated with more of a casual vacation vibe.
And the straw market tote complements this look perfectly, while I would prefer something smaller and more structured with the first outfit… I should have grabbed my top handle straw clutch in the Tan1.
This dress also comes in black, raspberry, and teal; and it runs true to size, or you may want to size down if in between. I often wear XS in Eileen Fisher dresses, but I like this one in the S. You can also find petite and plus sizes on the Eileen Fisher website.
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photos: Mary Catherine Echols