Easy, Breezy Gingham Dress

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Hey Boo Hey! Do yall think I can squeeze in one more 4th of July look? Well I’m calling this a 4th of July look, but you can wear this dress anytime this summer and look like a walking doll! My family decided to celebrate the 4th this past weekend since the holiday fell smack dab in the middle of the week, but I know some of yall will be celebrating on the actual holiday. Isn’t the 4th of July one of those holidays when you just want to wear something easy and comfortable but also makes you look good? Yeah, it is for me too. That’s why it’s always a good idea to have a loose fitting dress in your closet. You never know when you might need it, and I think this summer holiday is the perfect time to pull it out.

I originally saw this dress last summer as everyone was snagging it from Zara. This was one of their most popular items which is why I was so excited when I saw it in plus size at my local Its Fashions. This dress takes no thought. Its literally easy and breezy and looks adorable right off the hanger. This particular style of dress will look good on everyone. Your body type doesn’t even matter. Apple shapes, pear shapes, and hourglasses alike can wear this dress and look good in it. It’s all in the way you style it. I wore mine with these cute tennis shoes from Walmart that go perfectly with this casual, fun look. Unfortunately Its Fashions does not offer online shopping so I will be linking some other holiday dress options below. However, if you live near an It’s Fashions head over there TODAY and grab this dress, it even comes in white and navy blue!

Outfit Details: Gingham Dress-Its Fashions (similar options here, and here)

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