Sometimes it is the eensiest detail—like the striped hem here—that sells me on a dress.
The super-low neckline of this dress is on the daring side; if it’s too much for you, throw on a pretty slip with it and you’re set.
The casualness of the top half here contrasts appealingly with the more ladylike knife pleats.
Just a fun print on a really easy dress.
Velvet appears to be big again this season, and the cut here is so pretty and feminine.
This has such a lovely drape thing happening, and I like that it looks like Maria Cornejo, but is less expensive than her stuff (while still not exactly cheap).
From Universal Standard: such good sleeves, and I like the asymmetrical hem.
OK, this is a touch summery, but would look quite cute layered with a cardigan.
From Maria Cornejo: such a lovely work-to-evening option.
A very flattering silhouette, and I love that it has pockets.
Just a really good floral print, and the cut is just so lovely.
The ruffles here girly things up a bit.
I’m dying for this dress: it looks so put-together but at the same time nicely casual.
This flannel shirtdress would be so great with black tights and a little jacket.
So pretty and graceful.
A perfect weekend option: I’d wear it with big old clunky flat boots.
This has appealingly interesting lines.
This drapes beautifully, and the color is great. I’d sub out the belt for something a wee bit less shiny, though.
I am a big fan of anything that mixes yellow and grey.
Such a good work dress.
The khaki hue here is dead-on.
Slightly Little House on the Prairie, but in an appealing way.
This looks so much more expensive than it is.