Boho Summer Dress

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Happy Wednesday! On Monday night, we had an unexpected start to our week with a water leak from our roof. Not what I expected to be dealing with this week, that’s for sure. It could be worse than it was, so we’re thankful. Anyways, I’m excited to share a new-to-me brand with you today. I’ve seen the Knox Rose line at Target for the past year or so, but hadn’t really purchased anything from it. They had a couple of really cute pieces that I ordered last month, including this coral boho summer dress that’s just $29.99!

boho summer dress–also comes in white // crossbody pouch bag // clear strap sandals–BOGO free!!! // Kendra Scott layered Elisa necklace in lilac abalone c/o–20% off // Kendra Scott Elle earrings in lilac abalone c/o–20% off // sunglasses (similar)

Knox Rose pieces definitely have a more Free People vibe to them, at affordable prices. This boho summer dress has beautiful details and is very on-trend. It’s easy to toss on and look put-together in an instant. It has a slip underneath, but is still very breathable. I did size down in it because of how flowy it is.

I’m also wearing these clear strap sandals with everything! You may remember them from this post. They are comfortable and versatile. Plus they’re BOGO free right now, so you can get a pair to share or you can pick out two cute pairs of sandals for the price of one. Clear strap sandals are the It Shoe this summer.

Whether you’re looking to up your WFH outfit game or plan your first date night out in forever, this outfit works. You could also swap the clear sandals for some espadrilles to wear this to the office.

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Hi there! I’m Tif Fannin, the blogger behind Bright on a Budget, based in Lexington, Kentucky. Bright on a Budget is a Southern fashion and lifestyle blog where I share everyday looks, beauty, and travel, along with a behind-the-scenes look at my life as a working mom of two. I have a penchant for bright colors + good deals. Follow along for posts that are relatable to the everyday woman.

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