As much as I love a floral print, the problem I encounter is that they often veer towards punchy, brighter patterns that can evoke more of a springtime vibe. In designing dresses for my fall collection, we wanted options that felt versatile enough to wear during cooler parts of the year and I love how the muted hues and tiered hem of this piece turned out. It's a more conservative length than the mini-dresses I often wear in warmer months, but that makes it perfect for pairing with broken-in leather mules or booties, for fall.
How to Accessorize a Floral Dress (It's Both the Easiest and Trickiest Thing)
Stepping out for a casual dinner date with G.