Stacked Heel

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Dress: Gap (similar)(similar) // Jacket: Areopostale (similar)(similar) // Shoes: House of Harlow

Before I started working in an office I was not a dress person. Special occasions were the only time you would catch me in one, but that all changed once I had to start being put together daily. I love buying dresses because they are just so comfortable and easy to wear during a work day, unlike pants that can at times feel constricting. I found this dress at the GAP outlet store in Corpus Christi over the holidays and almost wear it weekly now. It's perfect under a denim jacket (like above), with a blazer or even on its own. Speaking of denim jacket, I have officially had this one since 8th grade and I think I'm finally ready to update it. Any recommendations?

French 75

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