The more Yumi Kim dresses I own, the more I find myself wearing floral prints. Don’t get me wrong – I’ve always loved florals! But there’s something about the breeziness and lightweight texture of Yumi Kim dresses that feels so effortless and comfortable. You know that feeling of putting on loungewear after being out at work all day? Slipping into one of these is a lot like that. This Yumi Kim Libby Dress in Black is so charming, fun to wear, and easy to style that I know it will be something I wear for years to come.
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Yumi Kim Libby Dress, Natori Slides, Natori Strapless Bra, Burberry Tote Bag (old, similar here and here), Brilliant Earth Necklace, T3 Curling Iron, Handmade Silver Apple Watch Band, Tiffany & Co. Bracelet, Tiffany & Co. Ring
I love dresses with interesting sleeves, like these flutter, ruffled sleeves. The texture and movement of them are really special, and they add a little something extra to an otherwise simple dress. That’s another thing I really like about this dress: the bodice. The ruffles along the gathered neckline and the tie detail makes the styling of this piece makes it customizable and allows it to be something more elevated than a standard LBD (little black dress).
I bought this tote back at the Burberry outlet in Chicago a few years back (read the post here), and it’s become the perfect companion for carrying my camera gear when I don’t want to bring a backpack. It’s also great for storing my laptop, Truffle travel bags, and other items I need during road trips, quick flights, or other adventures that keep my hands free while looking chic. I love that this style will never go out of style. I don’t normally like logos on my items, but Burberry is such an iconic, well-made brand that I’ve made an exception for this one. It’s sold out now, but I’ve listed similar bags above.
Speaking of timeless, the Tiffany & Co. jewelry sets my husband has given me over the years are something I find myself reaching for again and again and again. They’re so easy to coordinate with other silver and white gold jewelry, plus they are something that will never go out of style. I imagine I’ll be 110 years old and still rocking these, haha. When the Tiffany store employees know you by name, there might be a bit of an addiction going on!