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The Girl in the Pink Dress

July 9, 2017 2 Comments

This dress wants your attention. It is obnoxiously, unapologetically PINK. Fluorescent, highlighter PINK. Not rose, not blush, not even fuschia. PINK!

 

The first time I wore this dress, a good friend I hadn’t seen in years sent me a message: “Hey, were you just walking down Bloor Street in a pink dress?” Yes, this dress is so magical, it has the power to connect and rekindle relationships.

I also wore it most recently to brunch, shopping, and the jazz fest in Yorkville! I opted to pair it with a more muted, patterned scarf, and simple nude wedges to really let the dress speak for itself.
I love that it’s a shirtdress style (the button-up details and collar are hidden by the scarf in this ensemble) and the pleated skirt is perfectly twirl-worthy.

I added these dead-fish earrings because an outfit is not complete without the ideal details. A few people did ask: …are those…FISH!? 🙂

I rarely get a chance to feature my mom on the blog, but Azim snapped this lovely photo of the two of us and I thought I’d post it. My mom is my best friend and my whole world <3

Thank you so much for reading!!

Dress, earrings, AND shoes from Banana Republic
Scarf from Mango
Bag from J. Crew

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2 Comments

  • Agnes July 10, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    Beautiful…. Mom and Daughter…

  • Linda July 11, 2017 at 5:06 am

    You’re such a beauty Jocelyn! And so are your mom.. good genes for sure.

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