The Wear-Anywhere Dress
I justified the purchase of this dress by telling myself it had true versatility as well as timelessness. It's something I would probably pack for traveling since it would look great with both sneakers or heels and work for a variety of different events and occasions. Reformation does these classic yet fresh dresses very well. I fell hard for the A-line silhouette, the skirt with just the right amount of flounce, and the cheeky yet subtle cutouts at the shoulders.
Speaking of things I've fallen hard for, if you caught my recent posts or follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that I have been all about my Céline mini belt bag recently! After initially feeling a bit guilty about the purchase (it being the most expensive bag I have ever purchased for myself, I couldn't help but think about how the money is probably more than three months worth of food!) However, I find myself reaching for it constantly; it seems to complement almost all of my outfits, and unlike some of my other purses, the size actually suits my needs! I also don't have to baby it since the drummed calfskin is not so delicate. I'm not the greatest at taking care of my things, so I absolutely hate it when expensive leathers get scratched easily. All in all, I'm already thinking this bag is becoming quite affordable in terms of cost per wear.
Floral-print dress, Reformation. Block-heeled mules, Missguided. Mini belt bag, Céline.