Asymmetrical Floral Sheath for Spring
If you have a spring wedding to attend or another festive event coming up this season, I may have a dress for you!
This asymmetrical floral sheath caught my eye on the Nordstrom website because of the bold print with the large scale floral pattern.
It’s a little more sophisticated than most of the floral prints I’m seeing this season. The background is navy, although it reads slightly purple in these pictures, and the flowers have various shades of lavender throughout.
The asymmetrical hem and small side slit is super fun and flirty, but the length keeps it modest.
The thick scuba material is fairly forgiving, although I did have a small issue with my shapewear. These Spanx girl shorts don’t usually slide down; I just didn’t have them pulled up far enough to accommodate the placement of the seam on the dress.
I actually really like the seam at the waist, though. It’s unusual to find the waist of a dress placed high enough for my short-waisted figure.
For size reference, I have this dress in an 8. That’s my usual size for brands in this range — Eliza J, Vince Camuto, Maggie London, etc.
I love these Sam Edelman Hazel pumps. I have them in quite a few colors because I find them so comfortable and walkable, and they’re also very attractive on the foot.
Depending on the climate in your area of the country, you may need some outerwear for your spring dresses. I picked up this silver trench several years ago, and it’s perfect for wearing over a dress like this for most occasions.
Finally, I carried this white leather shoulder bag. I’ve been looking for a light colored bag to carry with my dressy outfits this spring and summer, and I’m really pleased with this one. The leather is buttery soft, it holds a fair amount for a small bag, and it’s lined with a nice microfiber. Overall, it looks and feels more expensive than it is.
Vince Camuto Printed Scuba Dress // Vince Camuto Plum Crossbody // Sam Edelman Hazel Pumps // similar silver trench // silver filigree drop earrings // sculpted X Cuff bracelet
Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today!
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photos: Alison Cornell