Happy Monday! I hope y’all enjoyed celebrating Independence Day, Canada Day, or just the weekend in general. I spent my weekend soaking up the sun and catching up on some work (including blogging, thank goodness).
I was eager to do my homework this weekend, since I just started a challenging and fun part of my web design program, similar to a co-op. I’ve been assigned a client, and I get to work with them to design a new website for their small business. The catch is that there isn’t a lot of time, especially considering the fact that I’m still learning, but I’m confident the site I’m building is going to be awesome. My client and I had our first phone call over the weekend and it sounds like we have a similar vision in mind. I can’t wait to start sharing some ideas. (Yes, I’m a nerd sometimes).
On another note, it’s a beautiful day, and my outfit today is simple and perfect for summer.
Earlier in the season, I was on the hunt for a versatile little white dress, but I wasn’t having a lot of luck. I don’t do my best shopping when I’m looking for a specific item, so it doesn’t surprise me that I couldn’t find anything to buy. Any time I went shopping, I’d find dresses that didn’t fit me correctly, weren’t the right style, or worst of all, fell outside of my price point.
Eventually, I was able to find the perfect little white dress and I used Dressometry to help with the search. Dressometry is a unique website that helps focus the search for the right dress (and shoes), by filtering through a number of online stores at once. You can filter by colour, price point, or even level of “scandal.” Once you find the dress you want, they direct you to the retailer’s site, and you finish the ordering process there. Easy!
Photography by Rhonda
What I’m Wearing:
Dress – Tobi via Dressometry (c/o) (Other options here)
Vest – Gap (Similar)
Purse –Gap (Similar)
Watch – c/o Jord (Same)
Hat – Old Navy (Similar)
Shoes – Target (Similar)
Do you have any tools or tricks that you use when you’re hunting for a dress?