This dress is covered in a pattern of Fall florals that are all native to or easily grown in South Carolina: marigolds, strawflowers, Carolina jessamine, ferns, oakleaf hydrangeas, zinnias, and holly. These flowers thrive in our climate and offer butterflies and other pollinators a paradise, making it a feast for our eyes and our natural world alike. With a light blue skirt and contrasting white bodice marking an empire waistline reminiscent of the Regency era, this makes for the prettiest number to wear at the farmer’s market, out to a girl’s lunch, or en plein air date night.
Puff short sleeves, a true maxi length, and velvet bow detail tie it all together for an effortlessly beautiful, cottage look.
Eliza is wearing an XS. This dress fits true to size and has a side zip.