A New Wind is Blowing

It’s finally time to fall into a winter wardrobe. Packing up all of those summer dresses is a bittersweet moment, but making room for this season’s sassiest numbers is a thing of beauty. Plus, we could all use a good closet clean out at this point. The question becomes: what should you do with all of the extra room? Buy all of the dresses, of course.

This season, winter’s most stylish dresses follow a few rules, and break a few others. It’s all about checks and balances. Of all of the flowing, fluttering pieces filling the racks, the most striking are the fresh takes on classic shapes. One thing is apparent – the 70s are definitely getting a full-on revival. The pieces unmistakably retro –  from silky wraps to pretty peasant dresses – yet take on an air of sophistication with bold colors and asymmetric detailing.

I plan on rocking the bright reds and greens all party season long, but crave something a little more muted for everyday wear. From lunch to dinner to cocktail parties, spice it up with a little 70s flair.


Zimmermann Ruffled Silk Wrap Dress, $595

CHLOÉ Asymmetric Turtleneck Dress $4,795



Rachel Zoe Aly Dress  $495



Miu Miu Printed Silk Minidress $2,510


MICHAEL LO SORDO Belted Maxi Dress $990



PROENZA SCHOULER Crepe Chiffon Keyhole Dress $1,990



Batsheva Ruffle Velvet Prairie Midi Dress $728

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