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Every time I open my closet, and see this lace shift dress, I get all big puffy heart eyes.  I feel like for the past year or so, I’ve seen lace overlay shirts, dresses, and pants everywhere! But when making $120+ clothing purchases, it’s important to take note if this “current rage” will still be lovable in several years or will it be dated? This dress hit all my check points for an investment piece: 1) A neutral color that I can wear into eternity 2) short sleeves that can help camouflage my straight up mom-body 3) a modest, but flattering length to my 5’3″ stature 4) it’s just darn cute, and I love it! Note: This dress is still left in a few sizes, but it won’t be for long. I purchased this dress discounted, so keep checking back for sales!

Disclosure: This post is my personal opinion and I was not compensated by any companies that may or may not be mentioned. Likewise, I was not compensated by any companies website linked through this blog.

Dress: Kut From the Kloth, Purse: Tiffany & Co. (Past season, similar one here), Shoes: Kenneth Cole