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Shop Assembly DressIf you’ve followed along for a while, you know how much I absolutely adore our wedding photographer. We are so very lucky to now call Quyen and her husband good friends.Shop Assembly DressShop Assembly Dress

Shop Assembly Dress

Shop Assembly DressShop Assembly Dress

If you’ve followed along for a while, you know how much I absolutely adore our wedding photographer. We are so very lucky to now call Quyen and her husband good friends.

Queyn opened Assembly two years ago in Stevens Point, WI (you can follow along with the shop on Instagram here).  It’s a perfectly curated clothing and small goods shop, and all of the items are hand picked, from dresses to dainty jewelry. She was kind enough to send me some dresses that fit the bump perfectly yet still make me feel polished enough for work. They’ve been super easy to transition from day to night and genuinely comfortable. I wasn’t ready to start buying maternity clothes right away and these have proven to be incredibly versatile, and I can’t wait to style them next summer as well.

These photos were shot awhile ago when Baby Ritt was just about 17 weeks so the bump has definitely grown since then (we’re officially 22 weeks today – more baby and house updates to come soon!).  I’m wearing the Haile dress, and I’ve been eying the Hi-Fi dress, too. While these photos were taken when we still had some cooler temps, my office is generally pretty cold so I still bring an oversized cardigan and/or scarf to work to add layers throughout the day. They would both work great with my other summer staple: the jean jacket.

Quyen is offering Fifth & Rose followers 15% off their purchase with the code “CARLY15” and if you spend $50 or more, you qualify for free shipping. Happy shopping!

Shop the Post: Haile Dress from Assembly c/o / Old Navy Long Sweater / Express Faux Leather Jacket / LOFT Sunglasses (old but similar pair here) / Sam Edelman Heels

Photos by Matt Wicke

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