Matching Floral Dresses
I hope y'all had a great weekend! Mine was extremely fun, yet busy, hence I didn't post yesterday. How do y'all feel about the time change? I haven't adjusted yet; it was so hard for me to get out of bed for work these past two mornings. Throughout the week I'll be sharing about my weekend adventures and delicious food we ate.
It's been quite some time since I went to Old Navy, but our shopping experience this past weekend was great; all of us purchased at least two items each. They have a lot of cute floral prints to get your wardrobe ready for Spring and everything there is so affordable! Since Sara and I love to match, we were so excited to find dresses for the both of us in the same print. The print is playful, yet also classic, allowing it to be acceptable for all age groups to wear. My laceup espadrilles are from last Summer, so I couldn't find the exact same ones but have linked a few similar options. Espadrilles are Spring/Summer essentials; I have two pairs of wedges, but am wanting to buy some flats as well.
We participated in the 82nd Azalea Trail, it marks the beginning of Spring by showcasing beautiful houses, landscaping and floral arrangements in River Oaks. I wanted to wear this dress on the tour, but unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate. We went to Charleston last year at the end of March and participated in the Festival of Houses and Gardens; the Azaela Trail reminded me of it since it is the same concept.
We weren't allowed to take pictures inside the houses, but they were incredible within every aspect. I honestly don't know very much about the different types of flowers or landscaping, but I love participating in this sort of stuff. This is definitely an event I will be attending for years in the future. More pictures from the Azalea Trail are below.
Yesterday went by extremely quickly, so I'm hoping today will be the same. Have a happy Tuesday!