the color in this photo is a bit weird and blown-out (and it’s the only half-decent one i got during our rush out the front door that morning), but… the color is actually still fairly accurate on the outfit itself.
see that dress? i almost didn’t buy it. i couldn’t figure out what to do with the low cut bodice (duh, wear something underneath it) and it might be a bit short to wear on its own in the summer (but with tights or leggings or even jeans it’s perfect), but i ended up buying it because i couldn’t stop touching it (so silky! so soft! so stretchy! i think i have a nightgown made out of this same fiber content) and i couldn’t stop looking at it (i love all of those colors! i think i have at least four different cardigans i could wear with it!) and i was intrigued by the almost handmade looking tag in the back (it reads “miuse” in a swooshy font. couldn’t find any trace of that word being used as a clothing brandname anywhere online.).
and, well, here’s the thing. as soon as it comes out of the laundry, it’s pretty much the first thing i want to wear and if it wasn’t so unique and i could get away with wearing it every day for a few days in a row, i probably would. totally worth the $7.