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Jupiter at Night


Choosing a dress to review from ever+mi.crush's current collection was hard - they have so many great pieces! After much deliberation, I chose the Jupiter at Night Dress. As I mentioned before I'm a little crazy for purple right now. I was also attracted to the versatilely of this dress. I can make it work for any season and, depending on the accessories, it's appropriate for a trip to the library with the kids, church, or a date with Husbandie. This first wearing was to church. 

dress: c/o ever+mi.crush, shirt: old navy, necklace + bracelets: old/borrowed, shoes: italy
The price of this dress is only $35 so I was very impressed by the quality. The material is a cotton/polyester blend, it breathable but holds it's shape nicely and doesn't wrinkle - even after holding/carrying a couple squirming kids. The dress is also fully lined so in the summer when I'm not layering it I won't have to worry about showing more than I intended. 

*UPDATE* The winner of this beautiful necklace from ever+mi.crush has been chosen! 

roses for you necklace
Click here, to see if you won. And be sure to like ever+mi.crush on facebook to stay up to date on their latest pieces and future giveaways. 

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  1. What a super cute dress! Your shoes with the button are adorable. Very nice look :)

  2. Super cute dress with the color blocked waist.

    Method Clothe

  3. So cute! Love it all layered up like that. ;)

  4. Cool layering and color combination.
    The polka dot denim shirt is so cute.

    Visiting from Monday Mingle.

  5. I love the colors you paired together!! And that really is a lovely dress!

  6. I'm loving photos and your shooting locale is gorg!


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