Signs of Spring


Has anyone else been influenced by Bridgerton fashion? I’m talking pretty dresses, dainty jewelry, and lots of pastel and sparkle! I can’t get enough! And when I saw this gorgeous Zimmermann sundress on sale, I knew I had to have this feminine piece in my wardrobe. I love the light linen material, button details all the way down the front, and the removable straps for extra versatility. The pastel color scheme and climbing floral print along the hem also add an extra sweetness that makes this dress perfect for Spring. I’ll wear this with a cardigan for these transitional months and can’t wait to wear it strapless over the summer.

For its first wear during a weekend getaway, I opted for jeweled heels to add a little something special for date night.  All I’m missing now are some more warm days for another chance to wear it!

Dress: Zimmermann. Shoes: Manolo Blahnik.


Statement Sleeves


Isn’t it funny how certain styles resurface over time? Take the statement sleeves on this silk midi dress by Aje. I instantly fell in love with this feminine and eye-catching look.  While this designer is known for voluminous sleeves, these are quite unique.  The dress combats an 80’s prom aesthetic with modern touches like the intricate knot detail at the waist, a peekaboo cutout, and a drip-dye color scheme of apple green and ink to add more edge.  It’s definitely not for everyday wear, but for a special occasion, I was obsessed. I loved pairing my dress with Rupert Sanderson heels and a Lafayette 148 collar necklace!

What do you dolls think? Would you rock the statement sleeve?

Dress: Aje. Heels: Rupert Sanderson (Old). Necklace: Lafayette 148.


Coats With Character


I feel like Winter down South is always so finicky. One day it’s warm, the next day you’re frozen! While I generally like the more temperate weather down here, I definitely miss being able to wear my extensive coat collection up North. I truly think a gorgeous coat can make an outfit! And while I’ve put away my goose-down coat for quite some time, I’m still interested in coats with character.


I recently purchased this Theory peacoat, which is actually quite thin and appropriate for the Atlanta weather. It has a plaid pattern and shearling collar that makes it unique. I saw it in the window of Theory and earmarked it on my mental lust-list for when it went on sale. So as soon as the price dropped, I scooped it up. The good news is that you can too!  

Besides this recent coat purchase, I’ve also been eyeing the plaid coats below!

Coats: Burberry. Nanushka