A dress for all seasons

When I was thinking about what I wanted to wear today, I shouted out something akin to, “Where is my striped dress?” And my husband’s reaction: “Which one?” 😉

This striped dress, a random purchase from Target last year, has proved to be a closet MVP, as I wore it all throughout last spring, summer, and fall. But this is the first time I’ve worn it this winter, pairing it this time around with navy tights and my equestrian-style bow belt.

Librarian for Life + Style | A dress for all seasons

Librarian for Life + Style | A dress for all seasons

Details:  Striped dress:  Target, last spring  /  Cardigan:  Gift from sister-in-law, old  /  Navy tights:  American Apparel, last winter  /  Bronze flats:  Kmart, old  /  Trench coat:  Marks & Spencer, Abu Dhabi, 2008  /  Bow belt:  Came with cat print dress, Mango, old  /  Earrings:  Moss Handmade Jewelry, Christmas gift from hubby.

And I got to showcase these lovely earrings, my husband’s Christmas gift to me this year!

Librarian for Life + Style | Crocheted earrings closeup

Librarian for Life + Style | Rope braid side ponytail

Librarian for Life + Style | Stripes and animal print lining

And here are different ways I’ve worn this dress throughout all four seasons:

Librarian for Life + Style | A dress for all seasons collage

Link ups:  WIWW  /   Wardrobe Wednesday  /  Random Wednesday  /  What We Wore, Read, and Made Wednesdays  /  Whatever Whenever Wednesday

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