The Cutest Tassel Sundress

I’m not gonna lie, I felt a teensy bit left out when everyone was talking about and posting Easter dresses in the last few weeks. I don’t exactly remember Easter dresses being a thing last year or the year before, but I’m happy that everyone shared what they were wearing this year!

Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels

OUTFIT DETAILS:

TASSEL DRESS c/o Blush and Stone Boutique (use code GLASSOFGLAM15 for 15% off!) | SANDALS, ALSO HERE | BAG c/o, OPTION | LIPS: NYX SOFT MATTE LIP CREAM IN MILAN

Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels

Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels Lifestyle blogger Roxanne of Glass of Glam wearing a Blush and Stone tassel dress and pink heels

OUTFIT DETAILS:

TASSEL DRESS c/o Blush and Stone Boutique (use code GLASSOFGLAM15 for 15% off!) | SANDALS, ALSO HERE | BAG c/o, OPTION | LIPS: NYX SOFT MATTE LIP CREAM IN MILAN

Photography by Dave Mentzer

Since I’m Jewish (I’m not sure if you all knew that) I don’t celebrate Easter. But I DO celebrate Passover. As with most Jewish holidays, Passover starts at sundown, and ends at sundown. This is because in the Jewish faith, all days begin at nightfall, not just holidays. This gets you into a whole deep conversation about whether night follows day or day follows night and we could probably go on forever about this. You start the day with darkness and you end it with light.

Anyway, Passover lasts a week. Since I’m gluten free and don’t eat bread or wheat anyway, it hasn’t been too hard for me. Some extremely strict individuals don’t eat rice or beans either, because they “rise” when you cook them. I still eat rice, though.

BUT in an effort to post a cute dress (even if it IS after Easter and Passover, haha.) I found this adorable tassel dress from Blush and Stone Boutique. Remember these blush sneaks and this perfect ruffle top? Those are from Blush and Stone, too. They curate the most unique pieces that really elevate any look. I have my eye on this dress and these jeans, too.

My photographer and I shot these photos in the herb garden on the roof of my building just as it was starting to rain. We were going to scrap the shoot, but I’m glad we stuck with it and got these shots!

Thank you to Blush and Stone Boutique for sponsoring this post.

And thank you for supporting the brands that support Glass of Glam.

–Roxanne

 Currently Sipping: Pinot Gris

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33 Responses to The Cutest Tassel Sundress

  1. Chloe says:

    This dress looks so pretty on you! Tassels have become such a fun embellishment! 🙂 I definitely feel like I need a dress like this in my closet!

    xo, Chloe // http://funinthecloset.com/if-we-went-to-coachella/

  2. Edna says:

    OMG, you are looking so lovely dear, amazing dress!
    xo
    Queenabelle.co.uk

  3. adele miner says:

    Oh my god this is so stunning, I love the heels! You have the loveliest blog here too by the way, well done on all your hard work pretty lady! x

    adelelydia.blogspot.com

  4. Super cute outfit from head to toe.

  5. Abby says:

    That is the prettiest dress. I love the length, style and the tassels!

    Abby of Life in the Fash Lane

  6. Ruth says:

    Your dress is adorable I love the tassels. When I was in jr. high I had a friend who was Jewish and was able to go to a Passover meal. It was a beautiful experience that I still remember.

    http://www.mylittlenest.org

    • Roxanne says:

      Thanks, Ruth! And thank you for sharing your experience. A lot of Christians used to like to come to seders when I was growing up, because they believed that Jesus’ last supper was a seder due to passover and easter being so close together!

  7. Jessica says:

    These shots turned out nicely. And your rooftop garden looks fantastic! The pop of pink with the shoes look great.
    http://tresfly.blogspot.com

  8. Lyndi says:

    Such a pretty dress! I love the tassels. Hope you had a lovely weekend

    http://www.stylecalling.com

  9. michelle says:

    This totally is the cutest tassel dress ever! Love it

    michellespaige.com

  10. Susan Rahamim says:

    I love the tassel dress and hot pink shoes! What about Easter Bonnets? That’s a thing too!

  11. Dor Raha says:

    Happy charosettinesday!

  12. This dress is the cutest!! Love the tassel detail and your pop of pink. Beautiful photos too!

    xx, Elise
    http://www.sparkleandslippers.blogspot.com

    • Roxanne says:

      Thanks, Elise! I think the raindrops actually make the photos kind of fun and different! You should have seen me freaking out at the time, haha.

  13. Mary Murnane says:

    Adorable dress! Love the pop of pink in the shoes.

    Mary
    http://www.marymurnane.com

  14. Jenn Wang says:

    Can’t get over how cute this dress is! Definitely heading over to Blush and Stone to check out all their dresses! <3

    Jenn
    http://www.honeydewblog.com

  15. Grace says:

    Happy last day of Pesach! And Easter dresses are like a real thing (not just a blog thing) – the priest even mentioned it during his homily on Sunday!

    • Roxanne says:

      Thanks love! Gluten-free matzah is actually really tasty, haha!

      I’m learning that Easter dresses are a huge real thing! It seems like such a fun tradition.

      • Grace says:

        Yeah! Sue said Maureen would get a new one every year. And talked about her favorite one that she picked out for her with her own mom. So sweet.

  16. love this dress on you!!! SO beautiful!!!!