Cooper & Ella Floral Dress.

I’m so excited because not only did one of my favorite brands (Cooper & Ella) start making dresses, but they’re also now sold at Nordstrom! I love a good popover silhouette and this one is so cute (they also have a matching top, which I love.) Cooper & Ella has long been a favorite of mine because of the attention to detail they put into every piece. There’s always a fun little detail or an unexpected added touch that makes the piece feel special. With this one it’s the keyhole back. The one thing I will say is that I find the brand’s pieces to be cut a little bit narrow (through the bust/rib cage + hips) so I always end up ordering up a size. I’m also wearing my favorite BaubleBar necklace..

Clover Canyon Dress.

Did you guys see Clover Canyon’s exclusive collection for Gilt? I was lucky enough to attend a party for the launch a few weeks back and fell in love with all of the prints, which were actually created exclusively for Gilt by Clover Canyon. Out of everything, my favorite piece was this silky little slip dress. To be honest, I’m not really a huge prints person (besides stripes, polka dots, + the occasional floral) but I love this pattern so much. Also – this dress is not neoprene!

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic 2015.

The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic is one of my favorite events of summer and I was so excited to be invited back this year (you can see my post from last year here). I met up with Hallie, Jessica, Julia + her husband Anel, and my good friend Alex in Battery Park around 10:30 and we hopped on the ferry to Liberty State Park for the tournament. Dressed in our polo finest, we made our way to the park

Saylor Dress.

I’ve talked about them a little bit before, but Saylor has become one of my favorite brands. It’s kinda like a cross between two of my other fave brands… Self Portrait and SEA… but it’s also a lot less expensive than those two brands. I’m crushing on so many of their pieces for Spring… especially the rompers (this and this) and lacy tops. But this Saylor Dress had my name on it.

Mixed Prints.

Mixed prints can be tricky to pull off, which is why this dress is so fantastic. It takes the hard part (figuring out proportion, pairing colors and textures) out… but looks as though you expertly paired the perfect little striped top with a floral midi skirt.

The Perfect Striped Dress.

I might be wearing what is possibly the perfect striped dress. It would be great for a daytime wedding, a summer soiree, or even just a day at the park. The fabric is thick + structured and I love a good fit & flare silhouette. (They’re flattering on everyone!) I also really love the vertical stripes at the hem – along with the keyhole back, they add an element of fun to an otherwise classic piece