I’ve written quite a bit about my Senreve bags (like here and here) because they’re so stylish, versatile, and available in so many different colors. They’re from a woman-owned company, handmade and beautifully constructed to be weather-proof, and I’ve had Senreve bags for years – they still look brand new! Now, I want to share with you one of my all-time favorite styles, the midi-maestra convertible backpack. It’s one bag that can be worn four ways! I’m wearing the Arctic Midi-Maestra and Santorini Lunettes Case.
I’ve worn plenty of Juliet Dunn dresses on my blog, but this is one of my favorites. It’s so bright and colorful, plus the contrasting neon peach and bright purple make for a bold statement. The tie-shoulder dress makes it adjustable and easy to toss on. Here’s how I styled this one!
I love bright colors, and Juliet Dunn makes many gorgeous colorful, fun dresses. I love that they’re so bright and comfortable. This pink Palladio tie shoulder dress has tie shoulders, mother-of-pearl buttons, and darling scallop trim. This pink is one of my favorites. It’s comfortable, easy to wear, and looks elevated without trying. I wore it during our stay at Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan, and received many compliments, so it’s easy to see it’s an instant classic!
When I think of fun, colorful, easy-to-wear resortwear, I think of two brands: Lilly Pulitzer & Juliet Dunn. If you’re unfamiliar, Juliet Dunn (which I’ve worn here, here and here) is entirely handmade using ethical and traditional block print techniques in India. The eponymous, woman-owned brand is quickly becoming one of my favorite places to shop, because their styles are so timeless, relaxed, comfortable, and unique. If you see one of these dresses, you know it’s Juliet Dunn! This Small Flower Block Print Blouson Dress that I recently wore near the ocean is my current favorite!
This year’s sale began around 7:50 am EST, and they had more than 2,300 items up to 80% off! There were so many beautiful designs on sale from LoveShackFancy, Sea New York, Agua by Agua Bendita, Lug Von Siga, Hyacinth House, and hundreds more. I can’t wait to show you everything in my Tuckernuck Sample…
If I had to guess, blue and white is likely the color combination I wear the most often. It’s also the color scheme of our home. It’s so timeless, simple to mix and match, and it looks universally flattering on everyone. Once you begin building a blue-and-white wardrobe, you can be very selective about what you add to it and know that it’s all interchangeable. That’s why, when I pack for my travels, I typically bring blue and white clothing, as it’s so easy to make a mini capsule wardrobe from. Here is my Spring Essentials Volume 10. I hope they inspire your wardrobe for seasons to come!
Pink and white will always be one of my favorite color combinations. I love how instantaneously putting on a bright pop of color can completely revitalize my mood and put a smile on my face. Nothing says “I’m ready to face the day” quite like a bold, beautiful outfit, which is why I’ve rounded up more of my essentials for spring from my favorite brands. I hope these picks from Spring Essentials Volume 9 inspire your spring wardrobe!
I am so ready for spring! I’ve already begun planning my garden, spring travels, and my spring wardrobe, so I wanted to share some of my favorite fresh green finds. I hope these garden-fresh pieces from Spring Essentials Volume 8 inspire you to turn over a new leaf and rejuvenate your wardrobe.
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…
Summer clothing styles are far and away my favorite seasonal clothing. I just love the lightweight, billowy fabrics, the intricate details, botanical patterns, crisp, cool whites, and reflective metals, and since summer is the most common time for me to enjoy these styles, aside from the occasional winter getaway, I can’t tell you how excited I was to pull some of these beauties out of my closet and enjoy the warmer weather after the summer solstice. Below is volume 4 of my summer essentials. I hope these inspire you to have a beautiful, stylish summer with a few new pieces, things you already own and love, or a mix of both.
I think tie-shoulder dresses are my favorite style of dresses, because they are so comfortable, easy to throw on, and they look effortlessly put together. This beautiful tie-shoulder dress from Juliet Dunn is a floral-print cotton-voile dream in bright pinks and greens against a crisp, cool white which makes it easy to throw on for warmer weather. I wore this in Charleston to lunch and shopping at the Charleston Place shops on our second day, and I was simply smitten with how much fun this dress was to wear.