Juliet Dunn Bow Dress

Flaring on all counts: vivid hue dress, eye catching headband, eye shading sunglasses. Just the peacocking essentials.



Juliet Dunn Dress with Bow

Recently, Juliet Dunn extended its size range. The brandโ€™s sizes previously ranged from one to three, which translated from a US 2-4 to a US 8-10. The new seasonal roll outs offer a size 4, which fits like a generous size ten.

Aside from actually going up a size, the style of the dress is easier to wear than my go-to Juliet Dunn style dress, the tie-shoulder, button front midi frock. I knew the nature of this particular design, as it has a sash that can be tied in an actual bow, could customize the fit. The restrictiveness for all Juliet Dunn styles are driven by the bust. With the bow back, the wearer needs not worry about gaping between the buttons.

I love that the brand is more accessible now that a larger size is available.



Stoney Clover Lane x Lele Sadoughi Headband

I subscribe to the notion that when it comes to accessories, more is more. Especially since we have moved on from the statement necklaces of 2012 and the tassel earring of 2016, there is no such thing as overdoing it. Load on the accessories.

Headbands are no exception. I find myself frequently reaching for the technicolor styles of the Stoney Clover Lane x Lele Sadoughi collection. The one I wore in this post goes beyond the headband hat trick: tie dye, embellishments, acid bright hues, and volume. As it incorporates so many colors, it matches most of my summer wardrobe. ๐ŸŒ€๐Ÿ’—โ˜€๏ธ




dress: Juliet Dunn (also here and here) // sunglasses: Lapima (also here and here) // headband: Stoney Clover Lane x Lele Sadoughi // sandals: Sarah Flint // earrings: J.Crew // necklace: Maya Brenner via BaubleBar // watch: Cartier // bracelet: David Yurman // rings: Kendra Scott // nail color: Essie

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