The Prettiest Blue Maxi Dress - Like Honey

The Prettiest Blue Maxi Dress

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Suffice it to say, when I saw this blue maxi hanging on the rack, I HAD to have it. Something about it just called my name and when I tried it on I fell in love! I actually have very few maxi dresses since I usually have to have them altered for my small frame, but this high-low hem works perfectly with wedges! I can't get enough of the boho, 70's kind of vibes I'm getting with this dress!


You know me, though. I had to give this look a little feminine flair with the addition of my beloved straw bow hat! I finally splurged on this Tuckernuck hat and couldn't be happier with it! You can definitely tell the quality is there, especially when I compare it to my cheaper Target hats, and a bonus is that it's packable! I won't have to worry too much about packing it on trips or storing it over winter. This beauty is gonna last me for years to come and it's vintage-inspired style is one I'll never get tired of.

I can't recommend this hat enough, even with the price tag being a lot more than I normally spend on a hat. I would suggest getting a bow color that goes with everything (I chose ivory) and ditching the monogram so that it has resale value should you ever decide to part with it. I will say, I put this hat in my cart and left it for a day or two and over the course of those two days received 2 different emails offering a discount of 10% off and then 15% off in a marketing effort to get me to commit. Obviously, it worked! Tuckernuck has free shipping and returns all the time and it arrived really quickly, so I'm really happy with my purchase and will be leaving items on hold more often for those tempting discounts!

It's not often that I splurge on accessories or find maxi dresses that fit me just right, so this outfit is one to remember! I know I'll be repeating it often this spring and summer (hello, casual Kentucky Derby style)! What do you think of this take on feminine, retro style?

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