Warrants a mirror selfie: Our owner Lucy's regular round-up of recent Sunroom favorites ...plus her tips on how to style and pair.
(Above: the Innika Choo Alotta Peasant Dress
...it encompasses three of my favorite things in one dress: it's white, it's long, and it has A LOT of fabric. I love that the drawstring waist is fully adjustable and that it buttons up the front so you can show as little or as much leg as you'd like. And I love that its not too long and works with flats.)
Dodo Bar Or Clarissa Shirt
This is my favorite top du jour. It's an easy fit and is nice and long... but I most like it with a front tuck. It looks cute with joggers, chinos, jeans, and pants with either a high or low waist. It's unexpected and just cool!
Trunfio Universe - White Gold Pave Diamond Bracelet
Oh brother, where do I even start?! The bracelets screw on and off which I love, they are sturdy and comfortable, and are COVERED in diamonds! Sparkly beyond belief. I highly, deeply, strongly covet these bracelets but whoever ends up with them is going to be one lucky lady...
Warm Silk Floral Joggers
with the Anaak Kai Blouse
This outfit is basically glorified pajamas. I am absolutely obsessed with the pants. They are beyond comfortable and I always love a printed pant. The drawstring waist and ankles mean you can wear them high waisted or lower on your hips. They're cute with sneakers, booties, or sandals. And the palest of pale pink Kai top is the perfect little compliment.
Caron Callahan Tao Quilted Jacket
How cute would this jacket be over the above Warm silk floral pants
and ANAAK Kai top
!? Jackets always finish off a look so nicely. And I especially love this one because its another piece that feels unexpected and cool, AND because it works (depending on where you live) for three of the four seasons. I love the idea of it over silk pants or a dress, or with super baggy jeans and sneakers.
Anaak Sakura Yellow Strapless Dress
I never knew I could like a yellow piece of silk so much. This dress is the epitome of understated chic. I like it unbelted with a pair of flats — I just feel pretty and cool when I wear this! Put together but not too dressed up...but add the sash and a pair of heels and you're black-tie ready.