Pink Blush Dress (c/o) || Similar red lace up flats || Monogram Clutch || Similar Elephant Bracelet || Eat Cake for Breakfast Bangle ( sold out, but I love THIS one) || Alex and Ani Initial Bracelet || Alex and Ani Unicorn Bracelet

Happy Monday friends!

I hope all of you had a wonderful weekend! I got to spend my weekend having brunch with some blogging friends and a surprise visit from my parents! I always love spending time with them and was so glad they came up to Charlotte for the weekend.

Navy and floral dresses seem to be a common theme in my closet as of late. I mean heck, as I am writing this post right now I'm wearing a navy and floral dress! RJ even jokes with me when I go shopping and always asks "don't you already have something like that in your closet?" Hey, I like what I like.

Even though I have SO many navy floral dresses (10 to be exact...) there's something about this floral dress that makes it stand out from the rest. For one, this dress is SUPER flowey. I mean, I can tackle a buffet + dessert + wine and you still couldn't tell. Also, little details such as the small cut out, the 3/4 sleeve length and the slight high low hem just adds more to the dress.

For today's look I paired the dress with some red lace up flats, but I think this dress would also be a perfect transition piece for fall. Throw on a white cardigan and some booties for a fall look and you'll be good to go!

This dress is actually labeled as a tunic on the Pink Blush website so if you're any taller than me (I'm 5'3/5'4ish) than this may be on the shorter side for you to wear as a dress. Also, for all my soon to me mother fashionistas, Pink Blush has plenty of maternity clothes to choose from that will allow you to go into your pregnancy in style. Pink Blush was kind enough to allow me to host a giveaway for my readers to have a chance to win a $50 gift card to shop their website! Be sure to check down below to enter!

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I hope all of you have a wonderful Monday and as always, thank you for reading!
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*This post has been in partnership with Pink Blush and all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting brands that support Pastel N Pink! 

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