Tag: dresses

Natalie Martin Summer 2017

My love of Natalie Martin‘s hand batik printed silk clothing continues . . . Last summer, I practically lived in her gorgeous indigo pieces and this season, I’m smitten with bottoms, like wrap skirts, shorts and lounge pants, in burgundy and red floral prints, some with the perfect pink accents. The lightweight quality of her fabric is perfect for …

Staud Spring 2017

Everything – I mean, everything – from Staud‘s latest collection has me fantasizing about traveling to a remote Mediterranean island, doing nothing but going to the beach, shopping at local markets while wearing cotton seersucker dresses, tie front button ups, and ruffled satin crepe camisoles. And let’s not forget a enamel and leather turtle belt and …

Ulla Johnson Fall 2017

If there’s one thing I’ve learned as long time member of Ulla Johnson’s unofficial fan club, it’s: if you see it and love it, buy it. As we all know, the words “sold out” can incite the worst kind of feelings . . . the kind that are synonymous with remorse and FOMO. So with …

LOÉIL

I’m riding that I’m-in-denial-that-summer-is-ending wave hard thanks to LOÉIL‘s lust worthy collection of cotton and linen blend clothing. The silhouettes of the Los Angeles based brand’s origami, fold-over trousers, asymmetrical mermaid skirts, and exaggerated cap sleeved blouses are just too chic. Best of all, it’s all so reasonably priced – most dresses are under $200 …

Nanushka Summer 2017

Whenever I’m in a style rut, Nanushka is one of the few labels I visit for a much needed dose of inspiration. Her styling is always impeccable, not to mention pieces from each of her collections seem to transcend time and trends. I love that designer Sandra Sandor is carrying over the cropped wrap tops, high …

Horror Vacuis Spring 2018

Horror Vacui, the namesake of Anna Heinrichs’ label, is the Latin derived term for “fear of emptiness.” The old design theory essentially explains the urge to fill any empty space with all kinds of details. I can relate. And so does Anna. Inspired by the opulent details and voluminous silhouettes of 15th and 16th century …

Dôen Fall 2017

Since last Spring, Dôen has become a mainstay in my closet. Designers Margaret and Katherine Kleveland have redefined the importance of dressing with ease, while still incorporating subtle details that make their clothes feel so precious and distinctive. Printed cotton voile dresses, romantic blouses and cozy knit sweaters are adorned with covered buttons, pointelle stitching, …

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