We're almost in the long stretch for amazing spring!
But since we're in the over 50 degree threshold might as well start busting out the bare legs now. Oh bare-leg season how I miss you.
I've been finding the sleekest spring office dresses from LongTallSally.com - appropriate for work, cocktails, and baring legs obvi. If you're on the tall side of things - definitely recommend you checking it out.
For this particular dress, I wanted to play with spring's pastel trends but keep it professional enough to head into client meetings. Skip the sunnies and I fit right in at my creative office space. Here's another look with the same jacket. Or as my Ma says, "my age."
If you've been following along on the blog, you know I've been prepping pretty hardcore for bare leg season. Every other week I discovered a new brand that gave me moisturized skin to combat winter's harsh elements. All of them amazing and each one served its purpose.
This week I saw a Body BB Cream from Jergens and had a very "WTF" moment shortly followed by a "I need to try that."
It had the words "Body Perfecting" on the packaging, so I had to try it.
It definitely had a strong smell, but then again so does my hairspray. It made my legs silky soft with a luminous glow and gave them some much needed color. The color did get a little deeper with continued used but no orange Jersey Shore streaks here. P.s. Notice how they are not blindingly pale!
Although the BB cream couldn't fix my knees, nothing really can, it's a great cream to use as we transition to sans tights weather. If you're skin is more on the sensitive side tread lightly, this may be not-so-great for your skin.
Jacket: bebe (old similar here) Graphic Dress: c/o Long Tall Sally Sunglasses: Asos (old similar style) Necklace: Capwell+Co Ring: House of Harlow 1960 Purse: Cambridge Satchel Co. (selling mine here) Booties: Easy Spirit Lipgloss: Buxom Full-On Lipgloss in Megan
On that note, any tips on how I can make my knees looks less rough around the edges. Seriously, ALL the sugar scrubs can't save them at this point. HALP.
Photos by Victor Cerejo.
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