Today's Everyday Fashion: The Romper

White ruffle romper from ASOS - J's Everyday Fashion
White ruffle ASOS romper - J's Everyday Fashion
White romper for rehearsal dinner - J's Everyday Fashion

A couple weeks ago I shared some fitting room pictures of white rehearsal dinner dress options (this post). Shortly after posting, I found this romper online. At one third of the price of my previous top choice, I knew I had to give it a try. It fits beautifully and I love the ruffle detail so I'm definitely keeping it! My romper is almost sold out but I found some similar options under $100 below. I also really like this new arrival at Rent the Runway - I'm swooning over the lace.

Romper: ASOS, $99
Shoes: Macy's c/o (samesimilarsimilar)
Clutch: Sole Society, $30 (similar, similar)
Necklace: My Stella & Dot
Earrings: My Stella & Dot
Approx. dates: Clutch and shoes are 2 years ago. Romper is new.

Rent the Runway, $65
White rompers under $100

Today's Everyday Fashion: Nude Pumps

Inspiration: J.Crew

Inspiration: J.Crew

Just last week I was talking about the impracticality of stilettos with a rain coat, and here I am in stilettos and a rain coat (never say never in fashion!). In reality, my jacket is not water resistant (learned that the hard way), so this is definitely not a rainy day outfit. I love the pop of yellow the coat provides this otherwise pastel outfit though, and it also adds an element of casualness to the heels that I'm digging. Nude pumps are my #1 go-to in my closet, so I rounded up a bunch more options under $100 below!

Jacket: Limited, $35 (similar, similar
Top: Express, $19 (similarsimilar, similar)
Jeans: Gap c/o (similar, similar, similar)
Shoes: Enzo Angiolini/Piperlime, $32 (similar below)
Purse: Marc Jacobs/Saks Off Fifth, $51 (similar)
Earrings: My Stella & Dot (similar)
Approx. dates: Shoes, jacket and jeans are 2 years ago. Top is 1 year ago. Purse is recent.

Today's Everyday Fashion: Porcelain

Inspiration: ModCloth

Inspiration: ModCloth

Blue porcelain print dress with neon accesories

I usually stick to dresses that have only one of three characteristics - short, form-fitting, or a low neckline. This dress breaks that rule, in that it's both short and form-fitting. (The fabric is not a stretchy Spandex like it looks in pictures at least - it's a structured cotton with a lot of excess fabric when I move around. It may show my form, but it's definitely not "tight.") What it came down to though is my weakness for this print. Porcelain prints are so nostalgic for me, I couldn't resist this dress for only $20 when I bought it a couple years ago. Today's inspiration photo reminded me to pull it out of my closet for date night with JJ and gave me the idea to style it with neon accessories. I love this print so much I'm thinking about investing in dress #1 below so I can wear it to work events, weddings, and the like!

Dress: Forever 21, $20
Shoes: MissGuided c/o (similarsimilar)
Clutch: Gap, $16 (similarsimilar)
Necklaces: My Stella & Dot OneTwo 
Approx. dates: Clutch and dress are 2 years ago. Shoes are 1 year ago.

Porcelain print on a budget