Little White Dress for Summer

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TGIF! It is a beautiful, sunny day in Lex and I am here for it (it rained allllll day yesterday). Chauncey and I celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary last weekend on June 13. To celebrate, we actually went out to a restaurant to eat for the first time in three months. We ate on the patio at Carson’s Food and Drink. Our monthly date night has been on hiatus since March, so it was nice to get back to it.

dress(similar) // Edith Annelle Goods earrings // Kendra Scott lilac abalone layered Elisa necklace c/o // heels–on sale under $50 // sunglasses // crossbody pouch bag

This makes two years in a row that I’ve worn a little white dress for our wedding anniversary. I shot this look a couple of weeks before, and Chauncey said he loved this dress. Now, if y’all have been around here for awhile, you know Chauncey and I rarely agree on fashion.haha So I wore it. I love how forgiving and flowy this dress is. It fits, so size down! I’m wearing a small, and it still looks like a big grandma nightgown when I put it on. The tie waist allows you to customize the fit and makes it flattering.

One of my favorite things about a white dress is that it’s truly a blank canvas, so you can do whatever you want to with accessories. Here, I went with blue-toned watercolor shoes and earrings. My earrings are from a local company called Edith Annelle Goods. They’re lightweight statement earrings earrings that are so easy to wear!

In case you didn’t know, today is Juneteenth! Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Here’s why you probably didn’t learn about this important holiday in school.

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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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