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Spring Dresses from Anthropologie

March 3, 2011

I have been ogling the dresses on Anthropologie’s website for the pass few weeks and with each passing day I like what I see. If only I can have them all. I have picked out a few faves.

The  Ardisia Maxi dress by Corey Lynn Calter is exactly what I think about when I imagine a light and simple spring dress. I think the easy shape and gauzy fabric is perfect for a sunny afternoon. Pair it with a bright-colored necklace  for a beautiful look.

The Paraiso Dress from Maeve is a dress that just puts a smile on my face. I love the bright and sunny color and fun stripes on this dress. The 50’s silhouette  is flattering to any woman’s figure  and the silk bow is a great  to show off your cute narrow waist.

Maeve also created the adorable Magellan Dress, which is the dress I would love to wear running down the beach. The different patterns on this dress gives it a quirky modern feel. This would look fantastic with a pair of colorful flats for an easy casual feel.

I love the airy feel of the Speckled Grid Dress by Tiny.The suble all over print and color just screams a warm night I It is perfect for an evening out or a date. I would pair this dress with metallic or nude heels and of course a light cardigan to keep the summer chill away.

The Cockatoo Feather Dress from Leifsdottir just might possibly by my favorite dress of the lot. The maxi dress has an easy,  light feel and the pattern really grounds this dress and adds more visual interest. The halter top and the tie waist creates an air of sophistication to this dress. I would love to wear this on a yacht, if I could find one. Oh, a girl can dream.


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