The invite says “black tie,” not “boring.”Browse Black Tie
HIT THE RECEPTION IN THESE
1. MINT CONDITION
2. ON THE RISE
3. HIGH CONTRAST
4. MAXIMAL MINIMALISM
Browse Black Tie
Cocktail dresses with couture-like
beaded lace, illusion necklines,
and floral embroidery prove that
elegance is in the details.
Slip into something a little less formal, a little more fun, and a whole lot brighter.Browse Daytime Styles
You didn't take two planes and a shuttle bus to blend in.
Go for travel-worthy outfits that are impossible to forget.
High-low hemlines and flat sandals
move seamlessly from the sand dunes
to the dance floor.
A little lace dress and skyscraper heels
can really take you places.
Art-pop florals are the perfect print
for an outdoor event. Bring a spare set
of flats (or stay off the lawn).
Introducing the not-so-main events:
Out-of-the-box bridal showers mean you'll
never go into a Bellini coma again.
WEEKEND POOL PARTY
Get the perfect glow for the wedding. Just beware of tan lines!
A DAY AT THE SPA
Shower yourself (and your friends) before the big day. Goodbye, stress.
THURSDAY NIGHT MARGARITAS
Because no one can resist a cold cocktail.
At your next bachelorette bash, go short and stick
to solid colors for a sophisticated edge.
SPLASH OF DECO
Go retro with leather accents and gold hardware
for the rehearsal dinner.
You've found the perfect dress.
Now pair simple hair and makeup
with a cascade of crystal.
The best gift a bride can give her wedding party? Options.
Three chic ways to dress your maids.
MIX AND MATCH
Set the tone with a distinct print (we chose florals)
and length. Add in different textures and
colors for a unique and bold effect.
ALL IN THE FAMILY
Select dresses in varying shades of mint.
Keep hemlines consistent to tie the look together.
Ceremony's over! Go shorter, chicer,
sleeker. Walk out of your reception in a
dress that walked the runway.
Pick a pretty spring hue (blush!) and let her
choose the silhouette that suits her style.