If I stand on my tiptoes, I can see the end of summer, and I don’t like it one bit. This is without a doubt my favorite season, and the only time of year I wear dresses. So I thought I’d throw a few more at you, because I’m just not ready to start showing you fall clothes yet. Some of the specimens here are summery through and through, but a lot of them are from pre-fall collections, and pretty suitable for wear once weather turns chillier. I think the neckline here is just gorgeous.
I’m not crazy about the rope belt that this one comes with, but I love the embroidery. I’d wear it belt-less, or sub out one of my own.
Such pretty shoulder details on this jersey maxi. I’m not the world’s biggest fan of maxis—generally speaking, they don’t do anyone’s figure favors— but this one is cut so flatteringly.
This just looks so comfortable, and the orange is fun.
Here’s an option you could wear year-round.
Such a flirty little confection.
Red and black is a favorite of mine, and I like how the ruching makes the hemline adjustable.
Sort of hippie girl, but clean-lined enough for the office.
A black floral, nicely priced.
White embroidery is always kind of unexpected.
Another good floral, with a quite lovely cut.
This is rather 70s, in a good way.
As I previously mentioned, flatteringly-cut maxis are tough to come by, but I believe this is one.
A perfectly simple tank dress.