Tag Archives: grey dress

A grey dress for a colorful girl.

We can always depend on Peppermint for sending us trendy, yet easy to wear pieces for summer.  The grayscale dress comes with this great-to-have braided belt and we just love the mid-mod print.  With unpredictable air-conditioning situations it’s always smart to bring along a versatile cardigan.  This light, peachy striped elbow-length sweater by Shae is just that.

grayscale printed dress with braided belt, Peppermint – $42
peach summer cardigan, Shae – $121
twin hearts yellow earrings, Desiree Jacqueline – $112
Helen platforms in natural, Dolce Vita – $158

Photography by Paola Nazati.

tie me up, tie me down

Here’s another fun and versatile piece for your closet.  Customize this little lovely into a fishtail hemmed, bubble hemmed or maxi-length dress just by doing up or letting down a series of ties on the underside of the skirt.  You could also wear it as a skirt… the possibilities are endless!

bustle dress/skirt, Catwalk Studio – $51
handcrafted black leather ruffle booties, Gidigio – $271
embellished bobby pins, Seven Swans (local) – $12 for the pair
fabric wrapped bangles, Lenora Dame – $31 each

Photography by Paola Nazati.

Special thanks to our guest model for the week, Alex Loesser.

keep it simple

A super-cute dress doesn’t always need a million things added to it to make a killer outfit.  Keep it simple by having a pair of colorful t-straps and a fun statement necklace always at the ready.

lace print grey dress, Swoon – $40
gold necklace – $66
blue tassel t-straps, Seychelles – $93

Photography by Paola Nazati.

girl’s night

Go out for a night on the town with your favorite girls! Get a little dressed up, make cocktails and dance your way through winter.

printed dress, Miss Me Couture – $123
reversible tight-end tights, SPANX – $34
cut-out heels, Jon Josef – $137
yellow earrings, by boe – $49
recycled clip-on earring ring, Seven Swans – $30

grey dress, Coveted – $54
leather bow bracelet, Debris (local) – $35
pashmina – $36

Photography by Lydia See.