THE SPRING 2019 OCCASION EDIT

Your calendar is filling up. It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to wear. Best friend getting married? First time hosting? Five wedding RSVPs so far? No matter the occasion this spring, we’ve got the perfect party pairings for you.

Here’s your spring 2019 occasion edit.

WHERE: SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH THE FAM
WEAR: A pretty blazer and a pop of coral. This coral dress makes a major statement with its sweetheart neckline and ruffled front slit. Make it dad-approved by coordinating with a tailored blazer. Complete the look with a sleek white clutch and strappy sandals.

WHERE: YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY
WEAR:
A sleek cocktail dress. This yellow dress will put the extra happy in birthday with its cheerful hue and formfitting fit. Celebrate your big day with a pair of sartorial Lucite heels and a simple clutch.

WHERE: YOUR WORK BFF’S BRIDAL SHOWER
WEAR:
A feminine jumpsuit. Take a one-and-done approach to social occasion dressing in this floral print jumpsuit. Bridal shower games? Toasting the bride-to-be? This one-piece has got you. Finish things off with a Lucite tote and neutral sandals.

WHERE: HOSTING THE IN-LAWS
WEAR:
Florals and crisp white pants. Be the hostess with the most-est in this beautiful floral blouse styled with some tailored trousers. Give this elegant ensemble a modern twist with a pair of pointy toe mules.

WHERE: DAYTIME WEDDING
WEAR:
Feminine ruffles. Be the loveliest wedding guest in this twirl-worthy floral dress. The pretty cold shoulder details and delicate ruffles will have you turning heads. Elevate the look with metallic sandals and a straw minaudière.

WHERE: TROPICAL GETAWAY WITH THE CREW
WEAR:
A breezy maxi. What to wear for a destination vacation? Stick to lightweight outfits that will pack well. This halter maxi is the perfect dress for a tropical getaway with its flowy chiffon and playful floral print. Go from the beach to dinner with an oversized tote and flat slides.

Stand out in workwear pieces that will make dressing for the office an effortless job. Click here for our spring office edit.