When I spied this Erica Tanov dress, I was praying I would love it as much when I tried it on on as I did on the hanger. In a rare case, I loved it even more.
The piece is a collaboration between Erica and textile artist Sierra Reading, who hand-dyed the fabric using irregular growths from oak trees called oak galls.* It’s 100% silk, and the long sleeves and billowing silhouette make it the easing thing in your closet to throw on without concern for anything at all and look amazing. If you pair a dress like that with flat booties like I did, you’ll complete the “chicest jammies ever” feeling. It even has pockets for maximum cool-pose options.
I’m super into these photos by Brad Wittke… I suggested this area called Mussel Rock in Pacifica, right down the road from where we live, not realizing the place was going off with world class exhibitions of nature. He even managed to catch a paraglider in a couple of the shots! Happy Tuesday everyone! [Read more…]