I talked recently about how fabulous Tobi dresses are and today I'm here to prove it.  I am in love with the pattern and fit of this pop over dress from Tobi. It is perfect for spring & versatile for so many different occasions - I wore this outfit to work & then added a pair of heels & a leather jacket for a dinner date. 




 While it is still chilly enough out in the mornings & evenings when I commute to and from work, I have been taking advantage of wearing some of my spring outerwear.  I wear my denim jacket & leather jacket all the time but sometimes it's nice to switch it up with a more structured, statement piece.  Yellow is my all time favorite color - I love adding it to an outfit to stand out or just using the shade as an accessory (check out Friday's post!) 



As mentioned above, Tobi has so many great dresses for the upcoming season!  I have my eye on a few of their maxi dresses for summertime as well as a few special occasion dresses or cocktail dresses for the many events I have coming up this spring/summer (my sister's graduation, an engagement party, a wedding, a couple of blogger events...).  Of course I need a new outfit for each one & Tobi is the perfect place to find affordable but stylish dresses for each event!



Dress: c/o Tobi | Coat: Zara (old, similar, budget version) | Shoes: Steve Madden | Lips: Laqa & Co (shade: Mixtape - my favorite red!) | Sunglasses: Ray Ban | Earrings: Kate Spade


Tobi adds new arrivals to their website EVERYDAY and I happen to know that they have a ton of spring dresses available for purchase now.  Plus, your first Tobi order is 50% off.  What are you waiting for??!  Get yourself some great spring dresses today!


XO,
Michelle Paige




Meet this week's Start The Week Stylish co-host: Tokes from 2 Look Books.  Tokes is fashion blogger who uses her blog to share effortless style inspiration to empower women.  Be sure to stop by her blog this week and say hello!



Last week, we loved the way Betsy from Two Peas in a Blog & Kim from Champagneista wore floral print.








This post is done in partnership with Tobi.  All thoughts/opinions are my own.