Floral Fit and Flare Dress

Floral prints in the summer are something I have a hard time staying away from. They bring so much joy to an outfit and when paired with bright colors or paired with a dress they show the perfect amount of girliness. I love the cut of fit and flare dresses too. They show off a feminine waistline and when paired with florals they are a match made in heaven.








A-line dresses are definitely a classic style of dresses. I felt so fun and feminine in this gorgeous piece. I paired them with classic white pointed toe heels, which honestly are a closet staple. White heels can be paired with jeans, dresses, skirts, and can immediately create a sophisticated and classic look.

This dress has a higher neckline, which to me is perfect because the length is a little shorter on my tall body. I like to pair shorter lengths with higher necklines and vice versa. It doesn’t show too much skin and keeping it classy is how I roll!

 Keep smiling!


Unfortunately, this dress is out of stock right now at Kohls, but they do have the same print in an adorable crop top. The Milly collection at Kohls is super cute and all of it is on major sale and clearance right now! If you haven’t check it out, please do before it’s all gone! If you want to get this fresh summer look, I’ve also linked some similar sundresses for you.

This bag is from Lulu’s which has so many cute options for white purses. The closet one I found for the current purse is this one for only $36:

Molly Lawson

I’m Molly Lawson! I live in Seattle and am an optimist, adventurer, and bold lipstick wearer. I created this space to inspire and empower women with words of encouragement known as #MollysWords and share inspiration through my personal style. I always want my readers to leave with a smile and I hope you do!

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    • August 3, 2015 / 5:29 pm

      Thanks, Asa! I love how white heels pair with so many things!

      <3 Molly

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