Tuesday, June 20, 2017

All About that Ombre

    A good ombre is such a thing of beauty.  A bad ombre, on the other hand, looks like the sad remains of a giant, melted popsicle.  Fortunately, I think this is one of the loveliest examples I've seem recently.  I only wish the cut were as flattering as the colors.  This is probably the baggiest dress I currently own.  While it does nothing for my figure, it is a comfy, casual fit while I'm out roaming the countryside today.  
    This sleepy little town we were driving through has been renovating area farm houses in an attempt to revive the town.  This farmhouse is about 150 years old and has long been a favorite of mine whenever I would visit here as a child.  I'm so glad it's being well cared for.  Though the mint green paint on the root cellar or the pale blue on the veranda ceiling seemed like odd choices, the colors went perfectly with my dress, so I decided to snap a pic or two. 

Shop the Look:
Charter School Cardi in Navy and mint green flats from ModCloth
This dress is second hand from ThredUp.  Use my link to save $10 off your first order, or checkout these great ombre picks from my favorite affiliated merchants:
eShakti Women's Ombre print crepe maxi dress - $89.95from: eShakti.com Pvt Ltd
Faux Pearl Embellished Shoulder Bag With Handle - $22.99from: ROMWE
Divine Wisteria Printed Midi Skirt $43.73

Pure and Ripple Maxi Dress from: ModCloth $109.99

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