Feminine Shift Dress with Peter Pan Collar

November 7, 2016

dress: BURU White Label (c/o) | pumps: J.Crew (old, similar) | clutch: Banana Republic (old, similar)

Have you ever worn a top or dress with a Peter Pan collar before?  There is something about them that makes you feel feminine and sassy and pulled together all at the same time.  This dress from the BURU White Label is seriously what dreams are made of.  Washable, nursing friendly (you can wear it backwards so that the buttons are in the front!) and it's pregnancy friendly too due to all the extra flowy fabric on the sides.  I'm obsessed!  

The BURU White Label is all about elevating "mom style" to the next level, and all of their amazing clothing does just that.  While the collection is a bit edgier than I typically go, there really are pieces for every momma in every phase of motherhood.  The $60-$175 price point doesn't hurt either.  

BURU has also offered a discount code for you to use!  Use the code MOMMYMONDAY10 to get 10% off the entire site.

Be sure to check out my favorite blogging mommas to see how they style their favorite BURU White Label pieces on this #MommyMonday:

Mireille at City Peach
Nina at the HHS Feed
Ali at Inspired By 
Tiffany at Tiffany Style Blog

Note: Thanks to BURU for providing me with this dress.  I only work with brands I love that I think that you will love too!  If you're interested in collaborating with me please email me at katie@lifewithadashofwhimsy.com.

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  1. This dress is perfect on you!

    xx Nina

    1. Thank you Nina! It's such a fun dress to wear!

  2. You make this dress look a million times better than it does on their website. Thanks for sharing how cute it can look!

    1. Thank you so much for saying that, Meg! I agree, the website photo doesn't do the dress justice. It's a really fun dress to wear and I can't wait to pair it with tights once it gets a little colder. Thanks so much for stopping by the blog!

  3. So cute. And those leg muscles. YGG.

    1. Thank you Jennifer! Running (and toting around a 26 pound baby) does a body good!