Lilly Pulitzer’s Spring ’22 collection is one of their most beautiful, colorful yet! Here are all of my bright and bold favorites from this most recent release. They’ve also re-released a few of my favorites, including my favorite cane tote and the lace maxi dress of my dreams, in two new gorgeous colors!
I love linen pieces for summertime. They become softer and softer with each wear, and they’re casual yet versatile enough to be worn in so many different ways. This oversized linen button-up shirt, which is only $32, has been one of my favorite blouses this summer. It’s perfect with a denim skirt, your favorite shorts, as a swim cover-up at the beach, or an extra layer when hiking. I sized up one size from my normal size in this shirt, and it was perfectly oversized. If you want an even more oversized look, size up 2-3 sizes for a cozier fit.
I love summertime neutrals, and light, flowy neutrals. That’s why Summer Essentials Volume 6 is comprised of lightweight, billowy linen pieces, woven basket bags, bright footwear, clean beauty that I use and love, and other lightweight, summer accessories. I hope this roundup helps you have a wonderful, stylish summer!
Today’s post is just a quick little outfit of the day post, featuring this lovely Juliet Dunn dress that I’ve worn several times this summer already. The silhouette of this peachy pink summer dress (also available in white and lemon yellow) is just so feminine and timeless; I’m sure I’ll love this dress for years to…
On our recent visit to Watch Hill, Rhode Island, I pulled out this gorgeous, perfect-for-summer blue and white striped dress with scallop trimmed a hem and pockets from Tuckernuck. Not only was it comfortable and easy to wear, I felt right at home on the windswept beach and near the sand dunes. There’s something about blue and white as a color combination that just fits in so well at the beach, wouldn’t you agree?
This versatile Diane von Furstenberg Tie-Waist Dress is crisp and cool on a hot summer day, and it’s the perfect travel companion because it can be worn shopping, at the beach, to a museum, out to dinner, and beyond, all while looking effortlessly put together.
Looking for spring style inspiration? Check out my spring style essentials, including woven basket bags, white leather shoes handmade in Italy, clean beauty finds that I’ve loved for years, my favorite home fragrances, all in my go-to early spring color palette.
I love wearing something simple, light, and airy, especially when it’s a hot, sunny day, so this lovely Swiss dot number was exactly what I was looking for, and checked all of my boxes when it comes to what I like to wear. This gorgeous, lined maxi is perfect for picnicking, a day at the market, brunch with friends, a walk along the beach, or dining al fresco with loved ones. Once again, Duffield Lane delivers a gorgeous, inspiringly comfortable and refreshing garment that I will be able to wear year after year.
We recently went to our local farmer’s market, and I threw together a feminine outfit that would protect me from the hot sun and high temperatures in just a few moments. If I can throw on an eyelet shift dress, denim jacket, white sandals, and woven accessories that quickly, so can you! It’s the easiest way to look chic and feminine without having to give it much thought, and it’s the perfect look if you’re running short on time when getting ready.
One of my favorite things to wear, no matter the occasion, is a flow, white maxi dress. There’s nothing as comfortable, easy to wear, light, or versatile, in my opinion. This gorgeous Swiss dot dress by Duffield Lane is my favorite, because of it’s comfortable fit, elastic back, adjustable straps, and delicate Swiss dot texturing. It’s fully lined so that even in bright sunlight or bright lights, it isn’t sheer at all.
I brought this beautiful red wrap dress from Bobeau with me on my recent trip to Mexico, and it’s been one of my favorite dresses. I love the darling apron wrap front, the ruffles at the hem and sleeves, and the fiery red color. This dress really stood out in the desert, and back at home in the botanical gardens we visited upon our return.