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PSA: Where to Still Get Your Hands on “The Daisy Dress”

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Soo…I definitely thought I hit “publish” on this post yesterday…but clearly I did not. Luckily I know you understand. #Quarantinebrain. This is life now. 😂

ANYWAY, last week on stories, I shared this new favorite dress that I have just started referring to as “The Daisy Dress”–I’ve worn it several times already, despite its short time in being its new owner. It just gives me that much joy.

It’s basically a full-on mumu, AND it’s a happy color and pattern combination that never fails to make you smile. Oh, and it’s the perfect soft, breezy material to keep you cool all summer!

Basically, it’s the “house dress” we could all use right now. 

Apparently, all of you agreed because WE LEGIT SOLD OUT THE DAISY DRESS on Nordstrom! BANANAS! YOU GUYS, that’s never happened before!! 😂

(Update: I just refreshed and it looks like there are a couple size 2 and size 8 left–it’s worth refreshing on Nordstrom.com because sometimes they restock as returns come in).

Many dmed me bummed that Nordstrom was out of your size already–but, the good news is…

TOPSHOP has many sizes available still! (Albeit not quite as marked down, but still reason to celebrate nonetheless). So, I decided that this deserved its own blog post announcement. 

I’m also answering a few FAQ’s I received on the Daisy Dress via DMs below. 😉

Daisy Dress FAQ’s:

“Will this be flattering on me?” 

This dress is basically a tent. If you think it won’t be “flattering” on you–you’re right. It’s flattering on nobody. Who cares!? If the clothes make you happy, wear the clothes!! 

This is a dress that you unabashedly rock, embracing the fact that it has absolutely no shape and turns everyone into a human triangle. That’s part of the charm. I can think of nothing better to wear in quarantine–comfortable, non-restrictive, and happy. I believe those are the basic three qualifications of a quarantine outfit, yes? 

That being said, I ordered a Topshop size 4 (what I typically wear in Topshop sizing) which is equivalent to most size 2’s and I like the way it fits. If I wanted it a bit less tent-like (but who does these days?) I could’ve gone down a size.

“What size should I order?”

Based on the above, what I’m saying is, order your normal size OR a size down, but don’t go a size up. 

“Can I wear this if I’m short?” 

I’m 5’6 for height reference so you can see where it hits on me. I think even if this is a maxi dress it would still be totally cute on you! It says it’s 49″ long, so it may help to do the math based on your own height. 

“Is this good for a bump/new moms?”

Lots of readers asking this question! Yes, totally! Super roomy so enough space for a bump and the buttons in the front go down all the way to the waist! 

“Will the dress be restocked on Nordstrom’s site?” 

Unfortunately, I can’t be sure, but I do know they often refresh inventory on the website as returns come in, so it’s worth a shot to keep an eye out! 

Okay, that’s all–a short and sweet post for today. Now I’m off to do my P.Volve workout! 😜

Happy Daisy Dressing!