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Lilly Pulitzer Silk Tunic Dress (size XXS) c/o, Chicwish Trench Coat (size small) c/o
Schutz Heels (similar), Prada Tote (similar) Pearl Earrings c/o, Too Faced Lipstick

Happy Monday Y’all! I hope you’re enjoying the extra hour daylight saving time has given us. I know I sure am appreciating it! There are more than six weeks left until Christmas and I’m not sure about Y’all, but I’m in the Holiday mood! This Lilly Pulitzer silk tunic dress is perfect for any upcoming parties or dinners. It comes with a swing silhouette and the layers on the sleeve give it a slight dramatic flair. Also, the square v-neckline is exquisitely embellished with both sparkly stones and detailed embroidery. This silk tunic dress definitely makes a glamorous statement and will make you feel confident and powerful. Plus, the silk has some stretch to it, so it’s quite comfortable to wear. Not to mention, maintenance is low-key. A quick pass with my steamer and this dress is completely wrinkle free. So that’s a huge bonus!

To keep warm, I’m pairing this glamorous dress with a dusty blue trench coat. When possible, I love wearing different shades of the same color for a chic put together look. The color is a knockout and will wear well for fall, winter and into spring. Plus, the fabric has a beautiful suede-like feel. However, take note, this beauty is only available in size small, medium and large. This trench coat does run big on me, but I loved the color so much. Oddly enough, the sleeve length is actually good on me. To avoid the frumpy look, I suggest tying the belt into a bow in the back and draping the coat over your shoulders. Plus, you can also wear it open, too. The key is to cinch it in the back with the belt to make the coat appear smaller.