Sundresses and Swimsuits: Miami Heat

I’m off to Miami next week with the boy to decompress after Fashion Week chaos and spend some quality time with him in the Florida sun! But first, I need to spend some quality time shopping. As much of a downer it can be to track down the perfect bathing suit, it’s worth it even the end! Even more important is the cover-up; this trip, I’ll be sporting simple sundresses that can be dressed up, down, and all around.

1) Dolce & Gabbana and Space: High-waisted bottoms and a structured top are thoroughly retro, especially in sweet polka-dots. Shake it up and inject a bit of St. Tropez chic with Space’s crochet-knit dress.

Pois-Print Bathing Suit
On Luisa via Romafor $453.

Cotton Crochet Knit Dress
On Luisa via Roma for $268.

2) Zimmerman: This flippy, flirty leopard sundress makes for a mix of laidback ease and spotty flash – perfect for South-Beach afternoons hanging by the pool. With the semi-coordinating Femme bikini, it’s a coherent look that’s not too matchy.

Leopard-Print Cotton-Voile Sundress
On Net-a-Porter for $280.

Femme Triangle Bikini
On Net-a-Porter for $175.

3) Lisa Marie Fernandez and Proenza Schouler: Sporty-meets-glam with Lisa Marie’s bright-white bathing suit, set off by an athletic zipper. Take your swimwear into evening by pulling Proenza’s crepe-jersey, fern-print dress on top.

The Leigh Bandeau Swimsuit
On Net-a-Porter for $495.

Fern Dress
At Barneys New York for $1,295.

2 thoughts on “Sundresses and Swimsuits: Miami Heat

  1. I think the D&G is nice, but the bottom is too big. It looks like something from the roaring twenties.

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