Dress of the Day: Preen Line Ivy paneled stretch-cotton drill dress
Although the skirt-like waistband and contrast panel on the bodice take this dress dangerously close to “Stuck Together Clothes” territory, we’re willing to forgive it: partly because we’d probably forgive this dress just about anything, but also because if ALL S-T-Cs looked like this, we may not even consider them a Crime of Fashion in the first place.
Oh yeah, and also because we’re complete suckers for this kind of full skirt. Show us a full skirted dress, we’ll show you a Dress of the Day…
Dress of the Day: Karen Millen turqouise fitted peplum dress
We’re a little bit Karen Millen crazy at the moment, which means you can probably expect to see a lot more of their dresses here in future: even more than we’ve been showing you already, that is. Today we’ve picked this turquoise peplum dress for its simple shape, its understated use of the peplum (Which is still going strong after its return to fashion last year), and because there just isn’t enough turquoise in the world, as far as we’re concerned.
Dress of the Day | Miu Miu pink dress with Peter Pan collar
If you don’t like the colour pink, 60s-style dresses, or paying more than $2000 for a single item of clothing, we’re afraid we can’t help you.
If you DO like all of those things, however, you can find this at Net-a-Porter.
Dress of the Day: Lela Rose floral-print silk-blend organza dress
It’s expensive enough to make our credit cards weep and the bank manager leave the country in despair, but sometimes a bit of fantasy shopping is almost as good as the real thing, no? OK, no, it’s not. But we can dream…
Dress of the Day: Zara red draped waist dress
The perfect little red dress to end the week. Have a great weekend, everyone!
Dress of the Day: Carven Paris map print cotton dress
At first glance, this dress probably just looks like any other cotton sundress, and SO WHAT, we hear you say: SO WHAT, Fashion Police? Take a closer look, though, and you’ll see that the print is actually a map of Paris – and quite a detailed one, too. We’ve no idea just how accurate it is, or which era it dates from, of course, but if you’re as fascinated by maps as we are, you might just love this. And if you’re not, well, at least it would give you a good excuse to visit Paris. Well, if you already have the map…