Did you see those floral trousers on Jeanne Damas’ Instagram?
Of course they’re from Rouje.
I’ll do a summery dress, obviously, or a summery skirt, but I’ve never been one for summery trousers.
After adoring my Matis, Lena, and Gabin dresses… and of course the Lolo jumpsuit… it was bound to happen.
It was only a matter of time that I got a sour cherry.
Peak cherry season, for the fruit and the clothing print, is early summer.
… you remember those long sweet days when all you want to do is pop by the farmer’s market and grab a bag on your way to the water.
The Lena is one of Rouje’s newest dresses.
It’s a midi-dress with 13 buttons down the front, a frilled collar and capped sleeves. The dress’ sweetness is offset by a striking red on black Italian inspired spot print…
Basically, the Lena is like Jean-Luc Godard meets Fellini. It’s a living the sweet life kind of dress that leaves you breathless…
OK, those films are pretty depressing in content. In style though? They’re spot on.
Rouje’s Gabin dress, i.e. the dress that always sells out.
You’ve seen this dress before… or you’ve at least seen one of its many dupes.
With its five buttons running down the front and a tie closure, the Gabin has been copied many, many, many times since it came out two years ago.
… but the original in 100% viscose is so much better than any replica.
There’s a lot to write about the Kardashians.
… like, I have a ton of thoughts about each sister and their momager.
I mean, who doesn’t agree with, “the devil works hard, but Kris always works harder?”
… but, as an ardent Kate Moss fan, I have even more thoughts about Kate’s SKIMS ads.
The main thought? OMG, KATE!!! (Followed by a lot of heart-eye emojis and flame emojis.)
Like everywhere in the world right now, it’s hot in Montana (where I’m currently on vacation).
To combat the heat I needed a lightweight dress that was totally unfussy.
… something like Norma Kamali’s slip dress.
Simple, long, and classic, I was intrigued…
When it comes to Reformation’s clothes, I just can’t quit them.
Since 2012, I’ve always come crawling back hoping that they’ll magically fit & flatter me.
In 2014 I “needed” a black dress for a trip to Paris. I headed straight to the Ref. All of them were a bit too short and made my legs look a bit too big.
In 2016 I “needed” new white t-shirts. I headed straight to the Ref. All of them were a bit too short (no, seriously, they were) and made my torso look a bit too big.