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Summer is officially here and its time for sun dresses! The temperature has been on Hot as hell and I love being able to throw a dress on and keep it moving. So easy and breezy, if you get my drift lol. There are so many different styles to choose from and I love them all. I rounded up some cute dresses that I’m digging and have included links to the dresses below. I particularly love a dress with nice details on it because I feel like it makes you stand out.

Check out the pearls on my white dress! Sooo cute!


Check out some of these cute dresses. What are some of your favorite shops to get cute summer dresses from?



  1. July 14, 2017 / 8:23 pm

    Hey Lady! So question from one breastfeeding mama to another: when you wear dresses like the pearl detailed one, how do you “conveniently” feed her in public without taking your whole dress off?! Lol

    • Mel
      July 14, 2017 / 8:42 pm

      Hey!!! Good question! My goal with breastfeeding was one year. She turned 1 last month, So I have started to take away feedings. If we are out and I’m in a dress like the white one, I feed her before we go or I have milk pumped to put her in sippy cup. She gets a morning and night time breastfeeding session, so I’m good during the day. Sometimes, if a dress has a low enough neck, I would slide the neckline down and whip it out lol!!

      • tika
        July 16, 2017 / 11:27 pm

        perfect question! lol sometimes i’ll put on the cutest dress only to realize this issue and take it right on off lol! mel, any suggestions on how you weened her off of the boob? i’m having the hardest time with my 9 month old 🙁

        • Mel
          July 17, 2017 / 8:18 am

          She isn’t all the way Off lol I just took away her feeding during the day. Our pediatrician suggested just taking away one feeding at a time since she is eating regular food. So, during the day I’m good to wear any type of dress lol.

          Maybe pump some milk and start giving it to the baby during the day. The baby will begin to get used to it. Also, since the baby is 9 months, table food is on the menu so offer that more to switch the interest.

          I know that the night time feeding will be the hardest to stop, so I’m working on that now.

          How many times do you breastfeed the baby a day?

          • tika
            July 18, 2017 / 10:32 pm

            I’ve attempted to drop a feeding but she REFUSES the bottle..i’ve already tried multiple types! She definitely eats regular food now as well but this little girl is addicted to the boob! You’re super lucky if Drew didn’t give you any problems lol…i’ve tried it all! She is still breastfeeding on demand…about 5 times a day. A lot of those times are SUPER short but it’s the only thing that’ll soothe her since she’s not into paci’s. I have my work cut out girlfriend lol

          • Mel
            July 18, 2017 / 10:51 pm

            I wish I had better tips. I am still struggling with eliminating that night time feeding. AnnDrew isn’t a bottle/pacifier type girl either. Try letting her stay with other people for a few hours out of the day. That will get her used to not getting the nip during the day. One demand feeding is no joke!!! They love the nip boy oh boy

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