Wearable Art

I've always adored interesting prints, special fabrics, unique textures, and intricate finishings on garments- it's my favorite form of art!

Here are a few of my picks for early summer.

Lilly's two color prints are my favorite- they're the most graphic. I want this macaw print silk robe to wear with these fancy slippers.

Pink is everywhere lately (they even call it millennial pink) but this Miu Miu clutch is so 90s to me- a mixture of candy raver and all of my favorite tween surf brands.

Classic Liberty print- but with a little extra detailing.

I've never wanted a dalmation print until now. Side note- the author of 101 Dalmations also wrote one of the best coming-of-age books of all time.

I love the motifs in this tropical print blouse- birds of paradise, butterflies, and foliage- and the price point is very fair.

A nostalgic pick for me- my favorite 90s sandals were bright tropical print Birkis.

Definitely a show-stopper jumpsuit- I love the pinks and greens.

These Stubbs & Wootton sconce slippers are part Beauty and the Beast, part Colonial Annapolis.

Sometimes I just want something shamelessly feminine- nothing beats floral plus lace.

A printed bandana is a simple and budget-friendly way to spruce up a white tank.

I love this pale pink Japanese inspired robe- and it's under $25.

Envisioning these brocade mules with pale frayed denim and a contrasting embellished jacket.

More nostalgia- this piece is straight from the first Delia's catalogue ever.

A playful cotton skirt to pack on vacation. Pair with simple tanks, large sunglasses, and espadrilles.

The lattice neckline of this dress, mixed with nude printed silk chiffon, is stunning and ethereal.

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Luxury Fraggle Rock shoes, obviously.

Breezy silk cotton voile. Star print. Midi length with sleeves (coverage), paired with flattering neckline and waist definition. Under $300. This dress checks off all my boxes.

This placed star print dress is so patriotic. I own a few Lands' End Canvas pieces and the quality is great for the pricepoint.

The archetype of a sundress- simple silhouette, sunny colors, and affordable.

I've been really into orange lately and these sandals are no exception. I also love this blouse-maybe I'll wear them together.