Pictured: Sunglasses: Chanel / Earrings: Kendra Scott / Lipstick: c/o Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Rosa / Dress: c/o Shabby Apple (on sale under $100!!) / Necklace: Kendra Scott / Handbag: Chloe / Ring: Kendra Scott / Nail Polish: Chanel Chaine Or / Shoes: Prada (2009 runway. Also love SAVE or SPLURGE)
One of my favorite things to wear when the weather starts to warm up is a maxi skirt, or dress! Every spring season, I look for a fabulous maxi dress to add to my wardrobe. This fun, maxi wrap dress from Shabby Apple fit the bill for spring 2016!
With the 1970s trend in full swing for spring, this Shabby Apply maxi wrap dress fits into the trend perfectly. Wrap dresses are very ’70s, and this print has a vintage flair to it. I love how this geometric print fits in perfectly with the architectural/geometric trend we saw on the spring 2016 runways in New York. I feel so runway-ready in this dress!
Since the colors, and the pattern, stand on their own, I decided to go understated with my accessories. These Kendra Scott earrings, and matching necklace, from the spring 2016 collection have a geometric look, and blend in with the dress. They are great for wearing with this Shabby Apple maxi wrap dress, and for everyday wear!
This Shabby Apple maxi wrap dress was a little bit on the long side for my 5’4″ frame, so I instantly knew I would pair it with my favorite, old stand-by pair of Prada platform sandals. They are from the 2009 runway collection, and are a great investment pair of black shoes. I love how they work with the dress. For a cute pair of black platform sandals under $100, please click here.
I am looking forward to wearing my new Shabby Apple maxi wrap dress this spring; and also in the summer months! It is a great dress for daytime; and it can be dressed up, or down, depending upon which handbag, or shoes, are paired with it. I love versatility!
If you are ordering the Shabby Apply maxi wrap dress online, look at the sizing carefully. I normally wear a 6 or 8, so in this dress I got an 8. The 8 is a little bit big, I think a 6 would have been better. So if you are between sizes like me, go with the smaller size. If you are always a straight size, then go with your true size.
This is my first piece from Shabby Apple and I love it! I am looking forward to adding more Shabby Apple pieces to my wardrobe in the future. You can find this dress and more at ShabbyApple.com