Free People Dress at Coney Island

perfectly-victorian-embroidered-mini-dress Yes, I own this Free People dress (get it here) in another color. And if you want to know why I needed this one too, it’s because I literally wear this dress every single day all summer long. I’m even tempted to get the red color as well! It’s lightweight, loose and breezy, and has sleeves which is everything I look for in the summer. We’ve had quite a few heat waves this summer, where it was oppressively hot and humid and this has been the only dress I felt like wearing. I can also see this transitioning well for fall with a camel color suede jacket and booties. I feel like sometimes Free People dresses can be a little too boho for my taste but they consistently come out with a dress or two each season that I absolutely love. embroidered-dressI wore the dress in black here and the similar cream colored one here and here but it shrunk a little too much from accidentally sticking it in the dryer so I needed to get this one to replace it!sole-society-saddle-bagI love the shape of a saddle bag and I think they’re the perfect bag to walk around the city in. Mine is back in stock and less than $50 (here)! I last wore it here.free-people-embroidered-dress free-people-dress

Photography thanks to Kelly West, check out her instagram and facebook page.

Dress: Perfectly Victorian Embroidered Mini Dress Bag: Thalia (under$50) c/o Shoes: Miu Miu Denim Bow Wedges or similar Tory Burch wedge peep toe pumps Watch:43mm whitehaven metal mesh c/o