What I love most about DVF are her signature prints. You may recall this dress from this post in Paris. Not only can this dress go from day to night, I can wear it as a dress or tunic AND it travels beautifully. This fabric was made for being rolled up and thrown in a suitcase.
Yes, this is me. I went through a red head phase a couple of years ago and was clearly feeling myself in this DVF “spotted frog” print dress.
DVF can really do it all. The clean lines of this blazer and slight sheen of the fabric make this a perfect basic in my wardrobe. This piece was also featured in this post.
The DVF price point is not for everyone, but she has definitely done her fair share of collaborations for the masses. Her most recent collection for Target x Neiman Marcus featured her home collection for less.
DVF loves Gap was too cute for words. I found myself (unsuccessfully) trying to stuff myself into girls XXL dresses. This collection was made the little ones but still showcased DVF’s classic prints and style.
I am still kicking myself for missing this collaboration last summer. What could be better than mixing DVF’s wild prints with current/elliot?
“You are always with yourself, so you might as well enjoy the company.” DVF