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.
Falling for Florals
The seasons in Los Angeles aren't obvious—there's no snow or falling leaves—but there are subtle changes. Around this time of year, the afternoons take on that crisp, promising feel of holidays to come (at least for the last few days), and the roses at Sloan's favorite park start ...read more