I like everything about this, from the kind of Grecian drapiness to the golden hue to the playful bit of fringe at the hem.
Another slightly metallic choice with a really nice bit of twisty business going on at the neckline.
A well-priced velvet dress in my color-of-the-moment, mustard yellow.
Tonal leopard print and a gloriously streamlined cocoon-ish shape: perfection.
You can’t go wrong with velvet and lace: so sweetly feminine.
A simple wrap dress like this would be aces with a statement-y necklace.
I like the smocking here, and the cool square neckline.
Another velvet dress with a cute, retroish silhouette.
A metallic chevron print is loud in a good way.
I do not especially like bustiers or tiered skirts and this dress has both of those things, but I still find myself drawn to it, perhaps because of the boss star print.
What do they call skirts that flounce out like this at the hem? Sometimes I wish I’d hung on to my Fairchild Dictionary of Fashion after I left Lucky. In any case, I usually don’t love that either, but everything else here is so clean-lined that it works.
This, I believe, is what they call a tulip hem, and I think it’s very pretty.
I believe that this rhinestone-studded number could pass as black-tie attire.
This dress has a certain hippie-goth vibe that I admire.