Today's 'threads' post is part 1 of a 3 part series on styling t-shirt dresses. I got 3 dresses from Tobi and had fun with styling them in different ways. Two are the same dress, just in different colors and one is a different style. First up, this beautiful olive colored hi-lo dress with a low cut front. At first I was a little worried on how I would layer this since the front is so low (meant for all those rad strappy front bras that just don't work with a pregnant body). I layered this one with two different bras that have pretty enough appeal to almost look like under tanks. I absolutely love the way the 3 different colors and textures came together. There is something about layering that takes an outfit to a whole new level. The pink bra is from Free People and the orange lacey one is from Of a Muse. I layered this look with leggings, even though they are in a completely different color scheme, in my mind it worked. I love that this style dress is one you can utilize in your closet through all seasons really. If it was too hot outside you can just ditch the leggings and boots and add sandals. But speaking of boots, I love love these boots. I had them in brown for a few years and when I found these on Modcloth's crazy sale a while back in this beautiful wine color I had to grab them. Not sure if they still have them, but if not, they are made by Sbicca.
This dress is one of those pieces that has been so wonderful during pregnancy but is going to be just as great after I have the babe too...
The rest of my accessories are all handmade by rad people!!! This insane squash blossom was featured in my last Bohemian Collective Magazine and was made by Aurora Shadow. The sliced leather cuff is from Flourish Leather (I have a mini one just like it for Ava). The copper cuff is by Silk Bone Jewels. The turquoise ring is by Mountainside Designs.
P.S. All first time customers get 50% of their entire order with Tobi by signing up with your email. But today they are having a 50% off sale anyway! Check the top of their site for details.