Today I’m excited to share my race day look 2 of 3 from Macy’s. The first one was great for a traditional spring feel, and also for Oaks, where pink reigns supreme.
This look is a little more bold than the first for those looking to create some pops of color with a touch of traditional prep.
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As soon as I saw this polka dot dress in-
The headpieces at Macy’s Oxmoor Center in Louisville come in a rainbow of colors. This bright red
Fit Notes: I’m wearing this Jessica Howard dress in a 22 as the 24 was sold out in-store (it’s in stock right now online). This was a lesson in always trying everything on – I thought for sure the 22 wouldn’t work, but it did! It’s a stretch scuba material and very comfortable. I’m 5’10 to give you an idea of length.
About the shoes: I don’t wear heels often, especially after my ankle surgery a few years ago. These Bandolino pumps are labeled a medium width, but I find them to be very roomy. The heel is also very stable. This color isn’t available online right now, but it is in-store. Macy’s is one of my favorite places to find shoes for my 11W feet, and this in-store find is another example of why!
See all 3 Macy’s Derby Looks, now live!
Come Shop with Me at Macy’s!
If you’re in the Louisville area, I’d love to see you on April 20th from 1-3pm at Macy’s Oxmoor Center. There is a store-wide Get Ready for Race Day event and I’ll be there with 3 other fantastic bloggers around the store. There will be DJs, a bluegrass band, nail art, Steel City Pops, giveaways, kids activities, and of course, great shopping. Get all the details here. I will have this dress with me if you want to shop it.
Photos by Nicole of What Nicole Wore