Slowly but surely we are getting some Fall-ish weather and it’s been amazing! I love seeing the wooded area behind our house change from green to golden hues. We have so much wildlife around us and sometimes I like to just walk among the trees and take it in. It’s hard to believe we live so close to the city and yet we have such natural beauty all around us.
I’ve blogged about how important it is to support local businesses before, and today’s post allows me to share this gorgeous embroidered dress that my sweet MIL gifted me for my birthday from one of my favorite local boutiques. If your road trip takes you through Central Texas, be sure to stop in and see the ladies at The Pearl Antler in Boerne. They have super cute Boho and Western styles plus jewelry, home accessories, and gifts. You can order online, too!
This is the Hannah Chambray Tunic, or as I immediately referred to it as “the 4-trends-in-1” dress. Its off-shoulder, bell sleeves, embroidery and western inspired look were begging me to try it on. The chambray fabric is soft and roomy (I’m wearing a Small for reference) and the colorful embroidery allows you to experiment with your jewelry. I styled it with red ball drop earrings and opted for a bare neck. There’s just something really feminine and pretty about bare necks, especially with so much detail on the dress. But a cute choker would also work and give it more of a flower child feel. I paired it with my favorite Lucchese cowboy boots (I mean, this is Texas, ya’ll) but you could easily throw on a cute pair of tan suede booties. Leggings and riding boots would also be perfect. This dress is a great choice for pumpkin patches, fall festivals, and state fairs.
This dress also has POCKETS! I know I’m not alone in loving this feature.
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Some of my favorite items to also pair with this dress:
Other embroidery trends I’m loving right now:
What are some of your favorite ways to embrace embroidery? Are you a fan of this trend?
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