Fashion Reviews

Update Your Summer Wardrobe with Playful Prints at Chadwicks

Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, Chadwicks offers updated classics in a multitude of colors and sizes. Best of all: most items are under $60!

Chadwicks features the season’s key trends, from flattering fit and flare dresses in red, heather, charcoal and black for $59.99 to boyfriend cardigans in multiple colors like emerald green, lapis blue and plum spice for $39.99 to solid, plaid and houndstooth blazers for $59.99 and pencil skirts for $39.99 to the ever popular wedge pumps for $49.99. Most styles are available in misses, petite, women’s and tall.

Border Print Dress By Ronni Nicole II

I’m girly girl all the way when it comes to fashion. One of the things I have always had a penchant for are dresses. To me, I don’t believe anything exudes femininity any better than a modest yet sexy dress that has vintage appeal. As Sophia Loren once famously quoted: “A woman’s dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.

I immediately fell in love with the Border Print Dress by Ronni Nicole ($49.99) at first site sight. The colors and the pattern are bold, vivid, and indirectly pay homage to the fun and free-spiritedness of the mod 60s. This wrinkle-free knit dress is made from soft, lightweight, and non-clinging material to ensure a proper and comfortable fit. Some of us may not have Jillian Michaels abs, but this dress is non-clinging with a bold design that will make those body flaws pull a Houdini.

Border Print Dress By Ronni Nicole

Shoes: Ms. MaryMac “Tange” Pumps – these “one of a kind” shoes were just made for me!
Hat: Kardashian Kollection Floppy Hat – originally $67, I bought this hat for just $7 at Sears.
Sunglasses: I’m unsure of the brand, but I bought them on sale for $8 at Target.
Handbag: Gida Bavari “Kayla” Crossbody Velour Suede ($280)

Crochet Back Tank Dress

The Crochet Back Tank Dress ($49.99) is a flattering piece that hugs the figure appropriately without being tight and uncomfortable. Featuring a sweet and simple black bodice, the beautiful crochet detailing on the back and flowing tribal print rayon skirt are the obvious headliners. It’s great to wear for casual stroll at the park or a night on town with statement accessories, such as a bold cuff and wedges.

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Shoes: Carlos Santana “Groove” Parrot Blue Open Toe Suede Platforms Sandals Shoes – Depending on the retailer, these pumps normally retail for $40 – $100, but I bought them at TJ Maxx for $15.

This post is in partnership with Chadwicks.

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HilLesha O'Nan resides in Southern Indiana with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She's a lifestyle blogger that enjoys photography, flea markets, fashion, movies, music, history, antiques, and interior decorating. She is also the founder of To the Motherhood, Fashion Fling, and The Beauty Counter.

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