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Pinkerton. That was my nickname as a baby. Apparently, I used to cry a lot, and when I did, I would turn pink. That is, until I got fully dark, and you could not see the pinkness.

What’s that got to do with anything? I headed upstate, New York for an event last weekend, and this pink dress brought back the pinkerton memory. Just sharing. Now onto….


| Dress & Shoe: Kate Spade: Clutch: BCBG |

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So, I did not lotion my ankles and foot, hence the ashy look. I got the upper part done, but was hurrying out, and could not finish the rest.  I did manage to fix it once I got into the car to head over to the event venue.

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  • Josep-Maria Badia

    OMG, Dixie, that cute dress and look beautiful! I love the simplicity of this dress and so uncomplicated design is elegant and perfect for you. I love the volume of the skirt and the pretty neckline. You you look really great in this soft pink.

    • Thank you @josepmariabadia:disqus. I too love the simplicity. It was really the color that gave it the WOW factor for me….xo

  • You will have turned heads in this little number my dear. For sure.

    • I might have turned a few. But I wasn’t checking….lol Thank you. I really love this dress….xo

  • SheelaGoh

    I didn’t even notice the ashy bits!! You look positively lovely. Pretty as a picture in a vision of pink. Molly Ringwald would’ve approved :)

    • Thank you Sheela.

      I’m not a pinky girl, but the dress did make me feel lovely and flowery all over…xo

      Ahh, Molly. Brings back memories. You’re right. I think she’d be impressed.