fashion friday: brunch dress style

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fashion friday brunch dress style

It’s officially spring (finally!) which means it’s the season for patio brunches and porch drinking. After a long, long winter (moving from the south back to Chicago in the middle of winter is not my finest idea), I’m ready to let my legs free of their winter confinement. I just can’t say no to leggings. In anticipation of the above freezing temperatures, I’m sharing a few of my favorite brunch dress looks today!

casual brunch dress

Sandals, Target, $15.99 / Bracelet, Tobi, $16 / Mini bucket bag, Nordstrom Rack, $19.97 / Blue dress, Tobi, $58Tarteist Lip Paint in Bae, Sephora, $20 / Sunglasses, Warby Parker, $95

I like this look because it’s simple, comfortable, but with the right accessories and hair, you’ll look like a million bucks. This dress from Tobi features a short and flowy skirt, which makes it fun for spinning around in (but not so appropriate for blog photos, turns out.) Navy is such a versatile color and lends itself well to both brown or black accessories – I especially like how it matches the brown sandals I wore. The delicate gold bracelet is also a big winner – wear it casually with a dress like this or style it up for a more formal look. My friends would be quick to tell you that I’m a red lipstick aficionado, and this matte lip paint from Tarte is one of my favorites!

brunch dresses

Pink dress, Tobi, $40 / Rings, Target, $16.99 / Lipstick in Velvet Teddy, MAC, $17 / Sunglasses, Bonlook, $99 / Sandals, Steve Madden, $69.99 / Clutch, BP., $25

Bachelorette brunches are becoming more popular as well – trust me, I lived in the world capital for bachelor and bachelorette parties for two years. This white and pink dress with low cut arms would look great with black accessories and a nude lip if you’re meeting up to being Sunday Funday or recovering from the night before.

What’s your brunch dress style? Are you comfy casual like me, or do you tend more toward the dressier end?