August is officially here and I feel like I'm hitting my quarter of a century crisis. Time always flies, but this year is moving just a little too fast for comfort.
I've been much more of a minimalist this year, but that doesn't mean I don't still enjoy the occasional retail therapy. Plus, we can all use a little livening up of our wardrobe... right?
Here are some budget friendly options that I think would be a nice addition to everyone's closet for the month of August!
I adore absolutely everything about this dress. From the material and the floral embroidery to the off the shoulder style and bell sleeves, I think this dress screams trendy, but still tasteful.
I've always loved High-Low dresses. They are so feminine and I think with the ties at the sleeve ends and the floral pattern, it's just lovely. The length is also a great addition. I'm not all too crazy about dresses that are too short because I feel uncomfortable with them and play with it all day long. So this length is ideal for me.
It's never too early to start shopping for the fall and truthfully, fall will be here in the blink of an eye anyway. This trench coat is the perfect transitional piece, especially because of it's warm, yet light pink color. I'm obsessed.
Everyone needs a good maxi dress. You can dress it up and dress it down. I have always felt they were the perfect "go-to" for when you have "nothing to wear" or you don't have time to actually piece an outfit together. It's a one and done kind of deal. I also love that it's white because you can never go wrong with white and I love that the flowers are more muted in color. It again makes a great transitional piece for summer into fall for that reason.
I personally love this dress! I love the purple tone. I think it's suitable for most if not all skin tones. I also love that the floral detail is velvet. The off the shoulder sleeves and sweetheart neck are just an added benefit. You can't beat a dress like this with a price like that.
Let me know if you have found anything you want to share in the comments below.