Striped Shirt Dress

casual-striped-dressstriped-shirt-dresswayf-striped-dressred-bucket-bagstripe-dresstory-burch-shoesWith the Fourth of July just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to put together an outfit that I think would be great for the occasion. This Wayf striped shirt dress is so comfortable, versatile and can be worn in several ways. I’ve already worn it with a thin belt, this chambray top wrapped around my waist and on its own! It’s really such a great dress and I love how soft it is. I mean, who doesn’t love soft dresses?

To add a pop of color, I added in my new bucket bag that I’m absolutely in love with. It’s currently sold out, but I also am considering getting this reversible tote, because it’s great for traveling! I’ll be going to Charleston after the holiday weekend with my family on a road trip so I need the best and most comfortable ensembles and accessories out there! These bags are definitely on my list. Plus, they’re only $48!

What do you usually do for the Fourth of July? This year, I’ll be in Clearwater with the family and some family friends. I’m excited to get out of Miami for a little bit!

Whether you wear this dress for a casual BBQ or night out, the possibilities are endless.

Thanks for reading and happy Tuesday!

Lauren Ashley
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  1. Jordyn

    I don’t usually love horizontal stripes but of course you make every style look perfect! The bucket bag is a perfect patriotic pop of color for this festive (but not over the top) look (:

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  2. A Peachy Sonder

    Love this look with the bag! It’s perfect for the 4th. My mom is coming to visit, and we will be doing touristy things up in DC. I can’t wait!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. May

    I love the dress, the stripes and monochromatic palette makes it such a versatile piece, like you said! Adding the pop of red with your bag makes it so fun! I don’t reside in the States so my fourth of July will just be another plain ol’ day, haha.

    May x | THE MAYDEN

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