Fashion at Home: Sheridan French C...

Fashion at Home: Sheridan French C...

Hi friends! Sorry to be MIA. I was sick for a few days, so spent time just resting up and appreciating our bed even more than normal. All is good now, but I mentioned over on Instagram that it’s amazing how quickly your mind can go to worst case scenario. I think it’s kind of like PTSD from going through a chronic illness. Luckily, I haven’t been sick in such a long time, so in the end, I was just SO grateful to not be going down that path again. And I feel nearly 100% now. Can you relate? Anyway, I wanted to share this beautiful dress and the funny coincidence of how it’s almost identical to our master bedroom (see pics below!)…

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Stacey Ruffle Maxi Dress: Sheridan French c/o (skirt version here) | Banu Hat: Cult Gaia | Blue Marble Earrings: Lele Sadoughi | Nude Wedges: similar | Sunglasses: Trina Turk c/o

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Isn’t this Sheridan French Cockatoo dress beautiful? I love everything Sheridan French does. Her pieces are colorful, full of happy prints and come in gorgeous flowy silhouettes.

There are so many beautiful Sheridan French pieces I love, but I was immediately drawn to this Stacey dress in a cockatoo print, which also comes in a skirt version.

It wasn’t until after the dress arrived that I realized why I was so drawn to it…

It’s nearly identical to our bedroom!




Our master bedroom just might be my favorite room in our house. It was designed by Trellis Home, whose work I love.

They utilized this amazing Florence Broadhurst cockatoo wallpaper and fabric — and these cockatoo lamps.

Could not love it more!

And I’m so excited to be able to wear this look as well, thanks to Sheridan French’s beautiful pieces.



Do you have any pieces in your wardrobe that match a room or decor piece in your house? Was it intentional or not?





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