The yellow leopard print here reminds me of something Betsey Johnson might have done in her heyday.
An easy red gauze dress with a straightforward shape and especially flattering sleeves..
I know I often say certain items remind me of Maria Cornejo, but it happens to be true that I have a shirtdress from her that is shaped very much like this. And I dig the color.
How fun (and comfortable-looking) is this sundress? I always think rainbow stripes are most sophisticated when they include black in the mix.
Blue eyelet is rather pretty and unexpected, and the button front is sweet.
This has a slightly Grecian feel that’s rather lovely.
An apron shape that’s kind of covertly sexy.
The halter neck on this number is so feminine, and as you may be aware, I always love an acid-hued floral.
I also like a good black floral, and this one has a pretty classic girly-but-clean-lined silhouette.
A simple, well-priced cotton/modal shirtdress.
And I’m crazy for the tiny baby star print here.
And yet another one I really want: the eyelet is nice and subtle in black, and I like that the shape is ever-so-slightly retroish.
A cute cotton caftan that looks like the essence of breeziness. A no-brainer of a vacation piece.
This shirtdress, with it Rorschach-y print, is very I Work in an Art Gallery.
A fun lemon print on such a delightfully voluminous dress.
A sweet corset shape that is alluring without being too obvious about it.