Four Spring Dresses To Die For

cute spring dresses; easy spring dresses

 

With my upcoming birthday, my husband has been the lucky recipient of emails that start  something like, “If I don’t get this dress, my life won’t be complete,” and finish with a very direct link. I should really take a hint from Rachel Zoe and just whittle that down to an efficient “I die.” But, I’m verbose. Obviously. My husband doesn’t find these emails annoying at all. Here are a few favorites that might be popping up in his inbox any minute. I’m sure he just can’t wait.

 

With my upcoming birthday, my husband has been the lucky recipient of emails that start with something like, "If I don't get this dress, my life won't be complete," and end with a very direct link. I should really take a hint from Rachel Zoe and just whittle that down to an efficient "I die." But, I'm verbose. Obvi. My husband doesn't find these emails annoying at all. Here are a few favorites that will be popping up in his inbox any minute. I'm sure he just can't wait. Do you die over these too?

 

Do you die over these easy breezy cute spring dresses, too?

 

1. ASOS Tailored Fit and Flare Dress — So Kelly Ripa-esque, this is my idea of the perfect dress.

2. ASOS SALON Chiffon Midi Dress — Love the Virgin Suicides/Sofia Coppola vibe.

3. Vila Printed Chiffon Kimono Style Maxi Dressicon — First I coveted the hair, now the dress (close!).

4. ASOS Shoulder Fold Flippy Dressicon — So playful and sweet, great for every day or date nights out.

 

 

 

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One thought on “Four Spring Dresses To Die For

  1. Allison

    Happy Birthday!
    Here is a nibble we enjoy. It is different and pretty.

    Sweet and Salty Goat Cheese with Berries

    10 oz. goat cheese (a little more or less is fine)
    2 Tbl. milk (if needed to soften cheese)
    ½ cup roasted, salted sunflower seeds
    Scant 1/3 cup honey
    1 Tbl. Chambord
    1 pt. fresh raspberries (can substitute blackberries)
    Assorted crackers or baguette slices
    Place the goat cheese in a bowl and bring to room temperature. Beat with a spoon. If the cheese seems stiff, add milk (non-fat is fine) by tablespoons until easily spreadable. Place the cheese on a small platter with raised edges, or a shallow dish with sides, forming a smooth round shape about ¾ inch thick. Top the cheese with the sunflower seeds, pressing them lightly into the cheese. Mix the honey and the Chambord and drizzle this mixture over the cheese/sunflower seeds. Top with the raspberries. I cut the raspberries in half (stem to bottom) and place them, cut side down, as a decoration on the cheese/seed/honey mixture. Serve as a spread with the crackers and/or baguette slices.

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