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My Style: Blue Eyelet Dress

Have you noticed that eyelet is just about everywhere in stores lately? Eyelet dresses, eyelet skirts, eyelet shirts – they’re invading clothing racks everywhere.

Blue Eyelet LOFT Dress

I’m not upset about it. There is something about eyelet that screams “summer,” don’t you think? I know it does for me. So, when I spotted this bright colored blue eyelet dress at LOFT this past weekend, I knew it had to be mine.  I love that the fabric is such a bright color (not only is it blue, but the lining underneath the eyelet is a bright kelly green hue) – eyelet doesn’t just have to be a soft shade!

Blue Eyelet LOFT Dress

I know this dress is going to get a lot of wear during the summer months – it will be great for getting gussied up for a brunch with a pair of heels, but will also work well with a pair of flats for a more casual style.

Betsey Johnson floral heels

But really, I think these heels were made to go with this dress. They’re Betsey Johnson, and I picked them up on clearance wayyyy back in 2007. Am I dating myself? Yes. But I’ve kept them in mint condition since I adore them. I actually remember wearing them the night Justin proposed to me!

Blue Eyelet LOFT Dress

Blue eyelet dress: LOFT // Floral heels: Betsey Johnson, purchased at Nordstrom (previous season, similar here) // Gold clutch: Nicole Miller (similar here) // Gold bangles: Forever 21 (similar here)

Eyelet Dress outfit

Anne Klein ‘Bejeweled’ drop earrings: Nordstrom // Bow clutch: ASOS // Nine West floral slingback heels: Zappos // Blue eyelet dress: LOFT // Merona crossbody bag: Target // Patio Poise flat: ModCloth

Will you be wearing eyelet this season?



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