Spring florals part 2: Dresses and etc.
I don’t typically go in for maxi dresses, but the handkerchief hem on this Veronica Beard dress is really graceful.
I like the idea of a kimono jacket for spring, and I like that this one has relatively clean lines.
A very flattering silhouette, and a nice price.
And another yellow dress with a nice, easy shape.
This dress is only left in a couple of sizes, but it is so excellently matchy-clashy that I had to include it anyway.
A red, white, and blue floral is quite poppy and graphic.
I like the pinstriped background here.
A simple cut, and a very standout print on a dress I could see wearing constantly.
I like the artful layers and asymmetrical hem on this skirt.
An option that works as well for the office as date night.
Fairly splurgy, but so fabulous.
OK, this jacket is a little on the crazy side, but I kind of think it’s great.
A wrap dress guaranteed to give you a va-va-voom shape.
This dress just looks so effortless, and of course I love the black and blue.
And speaking of: I think I might go for this quilted jacket—so fun.
The stripe effect on this halter dress really works.
A cool shirtdress from Vince.
Here are more dresses with grown-up hemlines.