|An Unexpected Place to Shop Rainbow Prints this Summer|
If you haven’t already noticed, nothing’s off limit when it comes to rocking color this summer… and fashion is taking things to a whole new level, with so many options to rock multiple colors at once! The idea of wearing rainbow print might seem a bit weird at first, but when you find the right pieces for your personal style, you’ll understand why this trend is the one you never knew you needed… until now. Madewell Sherbet Stripe Dress love the pastel take on this rainbow trend, with this striped dress! i tend to stay away from loud color in my wardrobe, so this is the perfect way to do something a little more fun... while staying true to my personal style. shop I love going to Madewell for basics – they make some of my favorite jeans, tees and sweaters… so imagine my surprise when I stumbled across this fun dress in-store! Even though I’m not one for crazy color, the muted tones make the rainbow trend easy to wear… and perfect for my summer wardrobe. When I hopped on Madewell’s website a couple days later at home, I noticed that they have a whole array of tops, skirts and dresses in the multi-colored stripe print – and I knew that I just had to share it with you guys! newsletter subscribe it's time to take this relationship to the next level — let's be pen pals? I wore this dress earlier this week to go check out the new Flower Child restaurant in Buckhead. If you haven’t been before, you NEED to check it out asap! Not only is the interior space super cute, but the dining options are healthy, farm-fresh and the perfect lunch option… especially if you’re looking to switch things up, and start a cleaner eating routine. I’ve linked a couple of my favorite rainbow print pieces from Madewell below; there are options in a lighter color palette and bolder, deeper hues, so you can rock the rainbow trend your way this summer! What do you think about this colorful trend? Have you tried it out yet? The post An Unexpected Place to Shop Rainbow Prints this Summer appeared first on MILLENNIELLE.
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