Yellow Dress Remix

This was church wear for Sunday. I didn't take any outfit pictures this past week because I was down with Strep throat. This is definitely not what I looked like during the week; my face that is. I'm here thanking God that is was just that and for healing. It's not fun to be sick. But I think it's a blessing in disguise sometimes. My body needed to rest. I was in bed for two days and I'm kinda happy I did that. Doing nothing but sleeping. Yes please!

I wore this yellow dress on its own here when the weather was warmer. I'm remixing it today by layering with a cardigan. Layering is my number one trick for dressing slimmer. It also adds interest and dimension to any outfit (See last picture for a side by side comparison).

Have a great week and thanks for reading, commenting and following my blog.

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Dress - The Limited / Similar/  PrintedOption / Black Option / Black Option / Love this
Lace Sweater - Macy's / Similar Similar
Tights - Target
Pumps - BCGB / SimilarSimilar



  1. Such a gorgeous shade for spring! Love it... you look bright, fun, and stunning in yellow!

    Diary of a Debutante

    1. Thanks. I'm beginning to think I should wear more yellow

  2. Sorry you were sick! Your yellow dress is so pretty, and thanks for sharing with Visible Monday.

  3. Love that yellow dress! But then yellow is a fav of mine! You look great in it! :)

  4. Looking lovely Kemi. Thank God you are feeling much better now.

  5. Cute dress. I like how you remixed it with the black tights and sweater.

    Have a great week!


  6. Ah! I love this yellow dress remix!

  7. Pretty transitional-season treatment for that great yellow dress! You don't look sick at all, so that's a good thing, yes?
    Quite right to lay down to sleep as much as you need. I'm sorry you are ill, and know it's painful, but I wish you a speedy recovery!