So last year I teamed up with Fresh Produce to style several sun dresses from their summer line and this year I’m doing it again.
First of all, I love this dress. I wore the Pintuck tank dress all last year- to a variety of places. It really is perfect for casual beach days, trips to the farmers markets and dressed up for warm summer nights. This year, I’m rocked the slate color, which was perfect for our recent trip to a outdoor fair in Hollywood.
The dress doesn’t come belted- but I’ve always thrown on a belt to round out the swingy skirt and add a little more shape. Plus I think adding a simple belt completely changes the way the dress looks. And adding the jean jacket was perfect for the light breeze all day.
The outdoor fair was just okay- actually a little strange, as they shut down the entire street but several vendors didn’t show up. We did run into a lot of celebrities- most impressive, Christopher Nolan… Bob was about to die, since I’m pretty sure the new Batman movies are his absolute favorites. After the fair, Bob and I watched several UCB shows and had quite a laugh. He loves seeing improv and I like watching it- so we try to limit it to only a few at a time. (Although I’m pretty sure he could sit and watch different shows all day long! HA!)
See this dress in white and another way I styled it here: The Perfect Summer Dress
Check out more Clothes for Summer with fresh produce!
On Monday, Bob and I jumped in my car and drove about an hour and a half to a peach farm in the middle of nowhere, California… It was a pretty simple drive, listening to country music and talking about the 5 apartments we saw on Sunday. Trying to decide which, if any, we wanted to live in. While we didn’t solve that problem, we did find the peach farm and a heck of a lot of peaches.
My favorite photo from the day is Bob looking down into our bucket. We were counting how many we had because we are going to make a homemade peach pie and peach salsa- yum! If they turn out delicious, I’ll let you know the recipe!
Peaches from M & M Farm in Lake Hughes, California