This past weekend, spring sprung in Charleston! We spent every available moment outside soaking up the delicious weather. Unless Rowan was napping, we were outdoors. It is officially my favorite time of year in Charleston full of warm sun, beautiful blooms, budding trees, beach days, al fresco dinners, and everything else that spring brings. I’m beyond excited to start reaching for springtime dresses in my closet. I have a few I never had the opportunity to wear last year with lockdown as well as a few new dresses I’m absolutely in love with. It feels like retailers and smaller designers alike are all releasing their spring collections right now and I’m in heaven seeing all the gorgeous colors, prints, and designs coming out.
My current favorite, favorite, favorite dress is the Sue Sartor Paloma Dress I’m wearing in this post. I’m telling you, it is to die for! The Paloma Dress is made of natural, sustainable 100% cotton and has the absolute best fit. I’m wearing it in a joyful paisley print but it comes in so many different patterns and colors that there is literally a dress for every single spring occasion on your calendar. It’s gorgeous. I would truly recommend this dress to women for all ages. I’ve rounded up a beautiful selection of other spring dresses I’m swooning over right now. In my true fashion, there are lots of lovely florals as well as classic blue and white stripes for y’all. Here you go: a dress lover’s guide to early spring dresses…
Sue Sartor x Hazen & Co. Paloma Dress
This beautiful limited edition version of Sue Sartor’s beloved Paloma Dress is part of a philanthropic collaboration between Sue Sartor and Hazen & Co. to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities. $100 from each dress sold will be donated to RMHC. When you buy the dress, you spread love!
A Dress Lover’s Guide To Early Spring Dresses
I think I’m so beyond eager to scoop up a few beautiful spring dresses because we were all robbed of our spring last year. Spring is a time of rebirth and it’s starting to feel like this spring is marking the rebirth of the whole country as more and more people are able to be vaccinated, travel is coming back, and warm air is arriving. I am living for it!
In addition to pretty spring dresses, I’ve also had my eye on spring accessories. From hats to sarongs to scarves, I’m having a hard time resisting this season! Jewelry is no exception. I’ve been wearing the bracelet stack I’m wearing in these photos so often because it really brings a smile to my face. For every “Love” bracelet stack sold, Sue Sartor is donating a “Love” bracelet to a patient at Ronald McDonald House Charities.