Aside from sharing this outfit with you today, I’m thrilled to report that the Trove app has some exciting new features! We’ve been hard at work expanding the ways in which you can discover new content in the app and search for your favorite pieces. Now, when you enter the app, you’ll find a new style quiz that will help you find bloggers to follow that match your personal style. Additionally, if you click on the search icon on the app’s home screen, you’ll find lots of new goodies including featured bloggers, bloggers by location, bloggers by style, featured outfits and trend categories. One of the best things we’re just rolling out is the ability to search for a particular product in the search bar. searching for a little black dress or nude pumps? Just toggle over to “Outfits” and type the item you’re searching for into the search bar to get tons of shoppable outfits featuring the exact item you’re searching for. We’re still refining this feature, so if you have any feedback, we’re all ears!
If you haven’t downloaded the app, click here or search “Trove Style” in the Apple app store! And, if you’re new around here or you missed my post all about the Trove app, read up HERE. Excited to hear what you men think!!
And now back to our regular programming…
My friends, Groundhog Day may have indicated six much more weeks ’til Spring, but that doesn’t imply you can’t (sort of) start dressing like it. This floral sheath dress has one of those perfect, seasonless prints that looks as good in February as it does in July. As numerous of you know, layering a turtleneck or a long-sleeve collared t-shirt underneath sleeveless and short-sleeve dresses is my favorite way to extend their lifespans, and keeps my favorite summer sheaths from collecting dust all winter season long.
FLORAL SHEATH DRESS: c/o Boden | LAYERED WHITE SHIRT: Brooks brothers | RED COAT: Marc Jacobs (old, similar here and HERE) | NAVY PUMPS: Ann Taylor | SUNGLASSES: Prada (similar HERE) | BAG: Phillip Lim (similar HERE)