Spring florals, part 2


Apologies for the radio silence yesterday, ladies; life intervened. But I’m back today with a passel of florals, starting with this simply glorious button-down.

A comfy and roomy-looking robe with a sweet little print.

I like the embroidered flowers on this sweet gingham top.

And how cute is this happy little hoodie?

I like the single tier on this feminine dress, and the slightly oversized print.

And I dig the slightly Asian feel of the print on this Rag & Bone shirt.

The smocking at the neckline here is a nice touch.

I’m such a fan of yellow and grey together, and this cotton scarf from Ganni would be perfect for cool summer nights.

The slightly antique-y feel of this top appeals.

The deep neckline here is pretty, and this dress looks so nicely flowy.

The floral print here is so excellently graphic.

And finally: just a really polished and pretty dress.


Spring florals, part 1


Just a really bright and graphic popover.

These track pants are just all sorts of fun, and this print also comes in an anorak.

Just an easy blue floral short-sleeved top for throwing on under a blazer.

An oversized shirtdress that’s nice and breezy and would be perfect for a really hot day.

A sweet blue floral at a very nice price.

I don’t usually like tiered dresses, but the tiers here are really subtle and not too flouncy.

The print on this one is kind of hippie girl, but the cut is a bit more sophisticated.

Such a cute Liberty print, and I love that it’s short-sleeved¬† (though it also comes in a long-sleeved version).

A cute blue dress with perfect sleeves and a band collar.

A sweet belted shirtdress with a retroish feel.

Such a feminine dress, and the smocking is a nice touch.

This silk shirt has a kind of trippy print and rings in under $100.

A fun bucket hat, for the beach, the greenmarket, wherever.

This tie front ruffle shirt looks like a perfect vintage find.

I like the slouchy fit of this green floral from Rag & Bone.

just a nice full skirt with a sweet Liberty print.

This is the type of tiered dress I like, because there’s just one tier. And even though I don’t typically like earth tones, I do like the hue here.

This is just an easy, perfect-for-spring top, and it’s made of recycled fabric.

The pink and green flowers on this top don’t look so much preppy as they so sweet and soft and sort of French.

And finally: a silk midi skirt with a delightfully happy print.

This week on Everything is Fine


Our guest is novelist and New Yorker editor Jessica Winter, and we’re chatting about her excellent new book The Fourth Child, as well as how she holds down a really enviable full-time job while cranking out the writing (and as a single mom, at that).¬† It’s an interesting episode and like I said, the book is really, really good, so do listen in, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. And subscribe to our Patreon for extra-special extra content, like for instance an interview with Sassy O.G. Christina Kelly!



Kim France

I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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