Shirtdresses For Spring

When I returned the Gaultier top, I headed over to Target's excellent selection of Merona dresses. I had a hard time choosing between their floral Easter offerings and something more casual, but in the end work wear won. In fact, shirt dresses keep popping out the entire day I was out shopping. In mini form, they're playfully sassy. Longer, they're work casual. With the correct accessories (bead necklaces, espadrilles, frame bag) they have beachy retro appeal. I just may live in them as the weather warms.Top: candy stripe faux two-piece dress, Express $49.50
purple ruffle skirt shirtdress, Forever 21 $42
blue plaid skirtdress, Anthropologie $118
ruffle apple green shirtdress, Talbots $139
Middle: utilitarian navy silk dress, Banana Republic $120
yellow zipper dress, Arden B $34.50
50s waitress dress, Mod Cloth $99.99 (Goes up to 2x!)
purple trim dress, BCBG Max Azria at Bluefly $99
Bottom: maxi shirtdress, Anthropologie $178
olive military mini dress, Forever 21 $27.80
pintuck safari dress, Target $24.99 (I got the purple one.)
military shirtdress, Bebe $129


rachel said…
Shirt dresses seem to have a problem with me. Even when they fit well, I feel like they just don't look right, but I love them on other people. That's why I keep finding myself trying them on. Maybe one day I'll become acquainted with the perfect one.
Beautiful. Especially love that green dress in the first collage.

A.Co est. 1984

Great finds!
Thank you for all the great posts from last year! I look forward to reading your blog, because they are always full of information that I can put to use. Thank you again, and God bless you in 2010.
Mr. Ben said…
It's a shame it had to be returned. The design was great!

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