This bright python print is so right up my alley, and I love the knife-pleated skirt.
And there is nothing about this I don’t like; the combination of animal print and floral embroidery is unexpected as well as excellent.
I’m always looking for a clean-lined update on the hippie girl dress, and this specimen is pretty outstanding.
I love the quietly dramatic neckline on this really pretty Vince dress.
Universal Standard’s Geneva dress has such a drapey and architectural Maria Cornejo-ish vibe.
I love the idea of a white dress—so smart and put-together—and this one is so interestingly (and flatteringly) cut.
A really well-priced shirtdress with a very modern shape.
I just think this is really understated and elegant, and you could dress it way up if you wanted to.
A boppy, bright floral print for kicking around on the weekend.
I’m not crazy about how this dress is styled here—it would be about a million times better with a black slip—but it has exactly the kind of clean, sophisticated lace details I go for when I go for lace details.
The gathered waist on this jersey dress is a cool, Japanese-y touch.
I could never get away with this purple dress in a million years, but I think it is rather fabulous, in an Ossie Clark kind of a way.
The acid-bright green floral print here looks more expensive than it is.
And here’s a very fetching yellow and black floral wrap dress with an appealingly ever-so-slightly-asymmetrical hemline.
Here’s an excellent, flattering choice for travel.
I like this pleated midi dress just as it is shown here, with flats and a dramatic necklace.
Apparently I’m really feeling super-bright animal prints right now.
Black Crane’s cocoon dress is such an easy shape, and the silhouette gets even better if you belt it.
I dig the oversized sleeves on this white shirtdress from Vince.
Another shirtdress, this one with modish stripes.
This feels very feminine and slightly dancer-ish.