I’ve been wearing lots of white this spring, even when working out. After my tennis lessons, I headed to a local flower shop to pick up these beautiful soft pink peonies, and I loved how easy it was to move from working out to running errands in this comfortable white tennis dress for spring. This time of year, I want to spend as much time as I can outside, enjoying the beautiful weather and doing as much as possible to have fun and enjoy our time living on the East Coast. I’m so thankful for all of the new adventures we’ve had since moving out here, and I hope the blog posts I have coming up this spring and summer inspire you to explore our corner of the world too!
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I’d never purchased anything from Vuori before, but I’d heard great things about it, and I’m so glad I took the risk of trying a new brand. I’m very pleased with this white tennis dress’s quality, the weight of the fabric, cut, and fit. I’m wearing an XS in this, and I was surprised to find it doesn’t have built-in shorts, so I bought these shorts from Amazon, and they work well. They are completely invisible as the dress is nice and thick without discomfort or stifling, and they don’t ride up or slide down. They have a seam down the front, but that’s not noticeable in my experience.
I’ve had my Louis Vuitton multi-pochette bag for a few years and love it so much! It’s so versatile, and I often travel with it. It keeps my important documents, IDs, passport, and whatever else I need close at hand, and wearing it in front of me ensures I won’t get pickpocketed. Thankfully, I don’t have to worry about that here on the East Coast, but it’s still great when considering buying a new bag. I like that I can bring one bag with me and break it down, rearrange it, or wear the pieces individually for a new look. Let it be this one if you’re considering investing in a new bag!
These APL: Athletic Propulsion Lab sneakers are from a few years ago but still look brand new. I last shared them in this post about my favorite tennis shoes. These shoes are so comfortable and great for everyday wear or more serious activities like walking, tennis, and sightseeing. I wear my normal size in these, and to keep them clean, I use a melamine sponge, a bleach pen, or good old-fashioned Dawn dish soap and cool water after each wear. If all else fails when trying to keep white tennis shoes white, have them dry-cleaned and ask them to brighten them for you. It should cost maybe $15-$30 to breathe new life into your well-loved shoes to keep them looking beautiful.
My Julie Vos jewelry collection is constantly growing. These days, I don’t leave the house without wearing at least one piece of jewelry from this American, woman-owned jewelry brand. They’re so timeless and can be worn alone as I’ve done above or mixed and matched. The pearl bracelet I’m wearing here is one of my favorites. See more of my Julie Vos collection here.