Today is the day – my latest collection for Amazon the Drop launches! This time around, Amazon brought me on board to design three breezy summer dresses… perfect for lounging at home, dining out, or maybe just maybe (post vaccine etc) a summer vacation! Each dress comes in three different colors (and in one case, a pattern) and I am so thrilled with how they turned out. Read on for more about each dress, but in the meantime, sign up here to get a text the minute they launch. Or, once they are live, this link will take you to them!
My Amazon the Drop Staples Launch Today!
A few quick things!
Sizing: Amazon the Drop runs very true to size. I am wearing a medium in everything. The fit on everything is pretty loose, and was designed to be that way. I could probably have sized down to a small, especially in the kaftan and midi dress, but prefer the looser cut. If you want a less flowy look, size down! All pieces are available in an XXS – 3X.
Staples vs. Drops: A fun thing about designing staples pieces is that these pieces ship immediately (as opposed to being made to order for The Drop.) They will also be on the site for a bit longer. But like with drops, once they are gone… they’re gone!
Links: It would mean the world if you’d shop via my links. The main way I earn money from this partnership is actually via commissions… if you click my link (this one will do the trick) before checking out, that would be amazing (truly no stress if not!).
The midi dress is your perfect easy summer dress.
I don’t like to play favorites but this is the one I’ve been wearing most. It comes in navy, a fiery red, and this fun green palm print. I love that it has pockets, and that you can wear a regular bra with it… the little ruffle will cover your bra strap!
This cute little babydoll dress is the best little easy everyday dress.
I love wearing it with sneakers or birks… or dressing it up with fancier heels. It’s also fun to belt it! (And yes – it has pockets!)
And of course we had to bring back the chic kaftan from my first Drop.
We updated it a bit, though. We raised the arm holes (again, for bra concerns!), we made it a little wider through the hips, and we switched the fabric to that same tencel as the midi dress. I love this fabric as it resembles a washed silk but is much easier to take care of! It’s thicker and less wrinkle prone than the green viscose that we used for the first kaftan.