Easy, Trendy & Classy

I am so excited about the launch my blog!  After months of going back and forth whether or not this is something I really want to take upon myself, (especially since I know how much work blogging entails) I feel it’s time! I love sharing all of my outfits with my Instagram followers and I receive so much positive feedback (negative, too of course 😉 I cannot wait to share more about me, my style and my life on the blog. I hope you all enjoy and find more inspiration from the posts. To find out more about me and how I started Eishes Style, go to About Elle. Before talking about my outfit, I first need to give a special thank you to my website engineer Michael Peres (designer of ryan serhant‘s website) who went above and beyond to create my website and chaya ross photography  for taking my amazing photos!

Easy, trendy and classy epitomize my style (ETC for short). Items that encompass all three descriptions are the perfect wardrobe find.  Now that I am a mother getting dressed can be extremely difficult. Not only am I short on time but I am constantly distracted during the process by my little one, James. I don’t have full time help, so my days are filled with tending to an extremely active toddler, taking care of typical day-to-day tasks, errands, and of course an outfit post. Some days getting out the front door seems like a battle. On days like these I always default to throwing on an ETC dress. I can look pulled together and effortless, even when I am short on time and sometimes patience. Saving time picking out an outfit can enable me to swipe on some mascara and lip stick to really pull the whole look together.

When I first saw this dress I was immediately drawn to it because of its trendy colors, classic look and because it’s a “throw on.” You can pair it with heels, booties, or flats (depending on your height and figure). I went with a heel bootie to keep a casual yet glam look and to give my frame some length. I’m 5’2″ so a little help in the height department goes a long way. Next time you’re shopping and you’re unsure about an item, if it’s ETC, than I say swwwwipe that card and move it along, you’ll thank yourself later. 

Photographer: Chaya Ross