By the time this post is published, I’ll be in New York City. Growing up, I remember summers in Long Island visiting my grandparents, going out for big “lobsta” dinners and playing dress up in my grandmother’s closet. Their house was (and still is) thoughtfully decorated down to the last detail, sparing no custom made placemat or curtain.
When I first saw this Reformation dress, my grandmother’s floral kitchen curtains are the first thing that came to mind. Some might assume after a brief cringe and a little laughter, I’d move on to the next rack. And usually, you’d be right. I’m not especially (at all) girly, so I don’t know if it was for the love of my grandmother that I got this dress, but I did. It might also have something to do with the incredible cut, general comfort and length (helloooo Reformation makes a petite line now!)
So this post is dedicated to my fabulous Nana, in all of her floral curtain glory. Thank you for inspiring me to always push the boundaries of fashion and teaching me that you can never have too much of a good floral print.
Photography by Felicia Lasala
Hat: Lack of Color
Sandals: Madewell (old, similar here)
Necklaces: Dana Rebecca