Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Shabby Apple Fall Favorites

 Shabby Apple is an online dress boutique that sells cute, trendy clothing and accessories for ALL body types. I'm very excited to be sharing some of my favorite outfits/accessories from Shabby Apple on the blog today! (All photos are from the Shabby Apple website and are not my own).

The orange dress on the left, Cider, is the perfect color for fall. I love the ruffles around the neck, and it's the perfect length for your casual or business needs. Peplums are very "in" this Fall, and I love the maroon color of this Ski Bop dress pictured in the middle. Tea Time is the dress on the right and I'm completely obsessed with the deep purple color and beautiful lace detail.

The San Gabriel dress, pictured left, has the perfect touch of the current military trend with very feminine details.  Pictured in the middle, the Co-Ed Skirt is a pencil skirt perfect for the office.  I just love the nautical buttons they've added to put a little twist on the traditional pencil skirt.  I'm absolutely loving the Grand National dress pictured right. 

The Fontana Earrings are super pretty and would be a lovely addition to your earring collection.  I'm in serious shoe lust over the Canzone, pictured in the middle.  I love the antique-y feel of the pretty Lost in Wonderland necklace pictured to the right.

Currently, Shabby Apple is offering 10% off when you sign up for their email list, not too shabby of a deal if you ask me ;)  

Dresses from Shabby Apple


  1. I love their clothes!! I visit their site often and make my wish list LOL ....

    Following from the Hump Day Hop : ) Also connected with you in all the social media networks we have in common.

    1. I hear you on the wish list...I think I'd wear everything on the site if I had the chance :)

  2. Hi, fab post and some gorgeous bits you've picked out there! I'm stopping by from the GFC Blog Hop, love a follow back? xx www.littlelovesblog.co.uk Thanks xx

  3. Thanks for stopping by. I love shabby apple, seriously I wish I had way more of there stuff!
    SarahJane http://sjdmiller.blogspot.com