We are mixing it up with Blogger Nation this week! Posting on a Tuesday with a brand new to the series. Today’s look features bold prints with Tommy Bahama, the iconic island-lifestyle brand. Known for finding inspiration in classic silhouettes reinvented each season with new patterns, Tommy Bahama’s prints are custom designed and hand colored made by their in-house artists. You can see a video about the process here. I’m not usually one for such a bold print, but I love the colors in this carnival lights midi dress (also available in a maxi). It just says spring to me. The classic fit and flare dress flatters every shape with its belted waist. It’s a super comfortable, machine washable material. Be sure to check out their other bold print options and what the other girls are styling.
Carnival Lights Midi Dress c/o Tommy Bahama // Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell // Sunglasses: Karen Walker via Ditto’s Endless Eyewear Program (use code STRAIGHTASTYLE for your first month FREE) // Kelly Saddle Bag c/o GiGi New York // Beaded Tassel Earrings c/o Purple Peridot (use code STRAIGHTASTYLE for 10% off) // Jean Jacket: Gap
Such a perfect off duty look, Denim jacket with sleeveless printed dress looks unique fashion.
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Lovely Dress Looks Good!!!
This dress is stunning. I had no idea Tommy Bahama had women’s dresses but I love their fun, bold prints. Plus the style on this one is super chic.
Hope you had a great Easter Amy Ann!
Love the dress you piicked, the ease of it and the taupe sandals look great and will go with everything!
Thanks for linking up with Turning Heads Tuesday
Love the dress you chose (as well as the pieces the other ladies picked!) I think a bold print just screams summer and this dress has a perfect beachy flare that I’d expect from Tommy Bahama.
Chic on the Cheap
Your dress is so pretty! I love the colour and the pattern and it looks lovely on you! 🙂 xx
Oh wow, this print is beautiful and screams spring! You look beautiful! It’s so interesting to learn about all the hard work that goes into creating the print.