It’s called the Delta Dress in a print called Gramont (lots of sizes available online).
You can get the same print in a different style called the Lehunt Dress (midi skirt with a high neck)
Or the same print in a maxi kimono style called the Plaza Dress.
It is such a pretty, flirty, flattering, spring dress! I felt very feminine and girly, but still modern and elegant.
It’s a simple, wrap style, with a long tie. It’s easy to wear, comfortable, easy to move in and the fabric is light and soft.
I saw a photo of a girl wearing this dress in a casual way – with beach hair, straw hat and sandals – which I will try one day!
But for my fashion event, I decided to bling it up with gold stud heels by Diavolina, a Blush clutch bag by Tory Burch and a white blazer by Bardot (old). I guess this would be a nice wedding guest outfit too.
I actually picked out this dress a few weeks ago, and at that time, the only available size was Size S. I’m usually a size 6/ XS, but I added it to my cart anyway haha.
Because it was a wrap dress, I was able to wrap the dress a little tighter around my was it, and the dress fit me perfectly everywhere – except the sleeves.
This is how the Size S looked on me… the sleeves drooped halfway down my arm.
So I took it to my seamstress and she fixed it up for me for an amazing price.
I was super-duper happy with the result.
As for spring dresses, I have a few events, parties and celebrations coming up so I have my eye on a few more floral dresses, especially the Privacy Please dresses because they are so pretty and affordable.
Can’t wait to share!
Have an amazing week!