Being more of a separates kind of girl, a little black dress is pretty hard to come by in my closet so to find one that resonated with me was a pretty big deal. I love the ethereal flow-y quality to the dress that pays attention to your movement. The narrower cut at the top of the dress accentuates your shoulders, which I think (as I mentioned in this post) is one of the most underrated parts of the female body. I love that it has the feel of wearing separates as it cuts off at the top like a crop top, but of course, is a dress. The tulip cut of the skirt of the dress gives the most flattering peek of your legs-- very much like the blogger favorite, the Zara skort. This cut always gives the illusion of long legs. I paired it with one of the biggest investments I made this year, my Stuart Weitzman Nudist heels. Nude heels always elongates your legs since it is viewed as an extension of your legs because of the color. What is more with the Nudist heels is that it uses the thinnest of straps that is places ever so elegantly over your toes and ankles to stay true to this "nude heel" concept. I've also been getting quite good use out of this wool hat-- I think it makes the perfect statement overall and I love that simply chucking on a hat completely transforms a look. From lady-like chic to boho-babe. I love that effect hats have-- so I'm currently on the hunt for one more floppy hat (possibly in gray or tan) and a wide-brimmed fedora. I also have been obsessed with the jewels I've obtained through Rocks Box (a sort-of personalized jewelry experience). A more detailed review on my Rocks Box experience to come! In the meantime, I hope y'all have a beautiful weekend and I hope y'all enjoy this post!