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My Review of 6 Different Reformation Dresses and Two Other Pieces I'm Currently Loving

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Without fail, nearly every single time I come downstairs in a Reformation dress, G compliments me and says how amazing I look. I'm flattered that he loves them on me so much, but appreciate even more how I feel whenever I'm in one of their form-fitting pieces. As someone who's bustier, I have a hard time finding dresses that hug my figure, but without being too revealing, and these manage to walk that line perfectly.

When Reformation reached out about reviewing some of their brand new and classic dresses, I couldn't say yes fast enough. I've found their silhouettes to be extremely flattering, and the styles can be dressed down or jazzed up for more formal occasions – I reach for them constantly, whether it's for a date night with G or to go antiquing. Below are my four favorite dresses at the moment, along with a couple of two-piece sets I'm looking forward to wearing once the weather warms up.

Fairfield Dress

Color: Coriander
Size: 6

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This silhouette is so lovely and though the front has a pretty deep v-neck, it somehow doesn't show too much. The print is beautiful (as is that back!) and this would make for a great dress for an outdoor wedding. Fit is flowy and forgiving, but with a cinched wait.

Port Dress

Color: Blitz
Size: 6

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I try not to play favorites, but this dress is just special. Leopard isn't always easy to get right and this one feels fresh and sophisticated with a gorgeous fit. I'd wear this out for a date night with a swingy trench and a smoky eye. Fits like a glove.

Lloyd Dress

Color: Black
Size: 6

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I'm someone who always wants to embrace more billowy pieces, but they rarely work on me. I love the volume of this dress and the cinched waist helps balance the proportions. And it's remarkably versatile - it would look good with loafers, tennis shoes, or a simple strappy sandal, ideal for a shopping day with girlfriends. Fit is oversized, but a 6 was exactly what I needed.

Belgium Linen Dress

Color: Danube
Size: 6

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I own several of Reformation's fitted linen dresses - they're breathable in the heat, but can be layered in colder months, are comfortable and look chic and put-together with minimal effort. I'd wear this with woven sandals and a straw bag to the farmers' market on a warm day. Fit on this one is tight in the chest.

And two bonus two-pieces because they're too good not to share...

Mylie Two Piece

Color: Jupiter
Size: 6

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You know those outfits that get more compliments than just about everything you own, combined? I can already tell this is going to be one of them with its cool, structural shape and fun, vibrant pattern. I'd put this on for a friend's birthday party at a new restaurant opening. Skirt fit true to size, the top was a bit roomy.

Rylan Two Piece

Color: Black
Size: Small

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This set has a wonderful '90s vibe with its slinky silhouette (that happens to feel like loungewear). I'd continue the throwback vibes with a flatform and a small shoulder bag out for brunch. Skirt fit true to size, had some room in the top.

I pulled a few other favorites that might be exactly what you need – linking them below with where I'd recommend you wear them. x

The Kaila Dress in Black: Ideal for a tropical vacation – the built-in wrap skirt would be so flattering, whether it's with flip flops over a bathing suit for the beach or with a pair of heeled sandals for dinner.

Gavin Dress in Emerald: How gorgeous would this be with a statement heel and bold earrings for a wedding? 

Fulton Dress in Princess Margaret: This feels like this catch-all of dresses. Could be thrown on for a weekend farmers market trip, or as a guest for a rehearsal dinner.

Mariette Dress in Blue: Love how they styled this with a power blazer and boots, but you could also throw it on with loafer and a sweater draped over your shoulders for a more casual look.

Rou Dress in Black: Such a staple that you can style depending on the occasion. Brunch with a girlfriend? Denim jacket and slides. Meeting the in-laws? A cardigan with sensible heel. A walking tour of Paris? Chic sunglasses and ballet flats.

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