I’ve had this dress for years but only recently noticed all the colors in the geometric pattern at the hem, I love how intricate it is, and how it’s not a separate fabric sewn on, it was actually designed as part of the textile, which I love. All the newly discovered colors make it a lot easier to match than I originally thought. Hence the random green sweater from this post, but hey, the cold sneaks up on you when you’re near the beach..
I got this dress at the boutique in the Hard Rock Hotel in Vegas a few years back… I basically stayed an extra night, changed my flight and crashed my girlfriends room but all I had to wear to breakfast was my dirty clothes from clubbing the night before… my bags were across town and I really needed to get something to eat but was not trying to look like a hooker at 10am. I dashed down to the boutique on the hunt to find something day-appropriate that would match the blue suede stilettos I had from the night before and instantly fell in love with this dress which was on the mannequin. The last one in my size I asked the sales associate to sell it off the mannequin to me and although against policy, she agreed. It was marked up to almost $500, due to the boutique price point, but I happily spent my winnings from gambling the night before ‘all in one place’ so to speak because I loved and still love this dress… I get so many compliments on it, and it has all my favorite colors in one silk, short, shift dress, just the way I like it. It was an investment piece, but one well worth it.
Also, I love that it sexily shows off my legs but isn’t body conscious so if I’m feeling a little bloated it the PERFECT dress…
These photos were taken at the Hilton Torrey Pines La Jolla and it was such a beautiful property! The pool was stunning, and the sprawling golf course behind the property which led up to the ocean was so nice, I found myself just staring out for hours. Thank you to everyone at the Hilton for treating us so well.
With love from Hollywood,