I professed my love for this Topshop dress design in yesterday’s post, and it’s been revamped for spring in this jacquard daisy fabric (so retro and fun!). To add to the ’70s vibe, I included my favorite Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray that creates perfect tousled hair in seconds. It’s one product my mane rarely goes without.
As always, just click on each item above to shop! Happy Friday, babes!
I’m all about the silhouette of this dress. It’s been on my mind since winter, and I just snagged it at Nordstrom. One was left waiting in my size, and to make matters better, it was majorly on sale. Don’t you love when that happens? Thank you, sartorial spirit guides.
The extra long sleeves and A-line hem are dreamy. The satin fabric and stripes also make it year-round appropriate. This dress works just as well with spring-y nude pumps (shown below) as it would with tights and booties during winter. It’s versatile, and it’s no surprise that Topshop revisits this design in different patterns each season.
Topshop stripe A-line dress (similar style here and here), Nine West ‘Juliette’ platform pump (on sale!), Madewell necklace (similar style here), Halogen patent leather clutch (similar style here), Bing Bang brass cuff (on sale!), Bing Bang crystal shard ring and Bing Bang tiny baguette ring.
Photography by Hortencia Caires Casazola.
I remember first falling in love with this dress at a LuLu*s blogger event during NYFW. My gorgeous friend Jess Galfo (check out her blog Dressed by Jess!) and I were perusing their spring collection and couldn’t get over how adorable it was. The styling options are endless with this item—patent sandals, flatforms, sneakers, pumps, blazers, trench coats and jewelry galore. Part sweet, part edgy, this drop-waisted design can be made casual or chic in seconds by switching one or two accessories.
This dress is designed by The Fifth, and although it’s now sold out at LuLu*s, I just found it at Free People in ivory (featured above) and black here.
I hope you had an amazing weekend!