As anyone who has spent about 30 seconds in North Texas knows, the only thing that?s dependable about the weather is its unpredictability.
So after the umpteenth time the winter weather changes from ?jettison your jacket? to ?parka, please!? (and vice versa), we can?t help but look forward to the more consistent spring--and all the lighter sartorial choices it offers.
Thanks to the designer?s deft use of lace, figure-flattering high-low hemlines and clean, structured silhouettes (think a less severe Roland Mouret), we?re peachy keen on the entire collection. A sleeveless ivory dress with black stripes ($495) is dreamy for date nights--flirty but sophisticated. And the double-faced georgette and floral top, paired with the high-waist faille/floral skirt ($325 and $375) will be our go-to outfit for the first formal event of the season (now we just need the invite).
Because this is a collection that truly seems to be made for a Texas spring.