You can take your minimalism and stick it where the sun don't shine—I'm not interested! Right now, for me, it's all about prettiness in its most excessive guises. If you want feathers, tulle, organza, ruffles, dainty bows, sequins, puff sleeves, satin, lamé, beading, embroidery, florals, pastels and swishy silhouettes, then you've landed on the right story. Congrats.
If pink is your pet fashion peeve, look away. Serving as the antithesis to the otherwise ultra-sleek, uber-beige looks going on elsewhere in social media (and the real world) an army of women are marching to their own, far jazzier drumbeat. In certain circles, it's very cool to wear the shiniest, most saccharine party dress you can to brunch. Over the past few weeks, I've been collating all of the dreamy outfits that have stopped me in my scrolling tracks, and here are the results. From shimmering paillette-covered gowns worn with cowboy boots to marabou trim on everything, these are the very prettiest ensembles to indulge your maximalist leanings.
I'm so sad Maria Bernad's feather-trimmed jumper from Uterqüe so out so quickly, but there's still so much inspiration to take from this 1930s-inspired look.
But did you get the pink top + jeans memo? Rikke confirms this is the way to do sweetness and light when you're a denim girl at heart.
The hat, the ribbon tie, the dress, the bag, the sandals… There's nothing about this pitch-perfect look from Alyssa that I don't want to copy right away.
Not all dreamy outfits have to be pale pink or white. This black feathered dress is all kinds of fabulous on Zina.
Say yes to double chintzy florals á la Tiffany.