Tuesday, July 26, 2016

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Square neck dresses are super chic and sexy, and this new dress from BCBGMaxAzria is no exception. I am just so in love with it, and even though the material is heavy, the dress is still perfect for summer.

Dress: BCBGMaxAzria Wilma Knit Jacquard Sheath Dress


For reference, I'm wearing a size small. The dress, my current favorite, is still available! Buy it now (while you still can) at the following retailers:


I am just loving BCBG this season!

Sandals: Jimmy Choo Atlas Patent Leather Crisscross Sandals


If you find the square neck a bit revealing, the brand also has a similar dress that's a tad more conservative.

Here's a quick update on what I'm reading/listening to/watching at the moment:

Listening to: Panama Wedding
I just discovered this band and I'm obsessed. Check them out if you like alternative music and/or you're fans of bands like Keane or Snow Patrol.

Reading: Two books at once!
I just finished The Book of Unknown Americans: A Novel, and I loved it. It's so well written, and the characters and overall story pulled me in from the start. My mother-in-law, Sheila, had me buy it since I share all my Kindle books with her, and I'm so glad she recommended it. It's not a novel I would normally pick up.

I'm also in the middle of the new Emily Giffin novel, First Comes Love. I am enjoying it so far!

Watching: Grace and Frankie
As you know, I just finished Stranger Things on Netflix, but I'm also watching Grace and Frankie, a Netflix comedy from one of the creators of Friends. I am almost done with season one, and I have just fallen in love with the show and its characters. The story centers on Grace and Frankie (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin), two wives whose husbands leave them... for each other. In addition to seeing how Grace and Frankie wrestle with this new development so late in their lives, we also see how the husbands adjust to being out in the open about their love. And don't forget the kids from each marriage! I highly recommend the show. Netflix is just on a tear lately with good programming.

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