Featherweight cotton lynx bling-button cardigan (whew!), $88:
This cardigan is gorgeous. I'm wearing the "sand dune" color here. The material is super light and super soft and the print is wonderful. I took this in my regular size Small and it was a little snug at first, but loosened up after I moved around a little in it. I would say that the material may be prone to stretching, but the cardigan definitely didn't look any worse for wear after I took it off. The belt pictured here is the studded bar-car belt.
Philo eyelet blouse, $49.99:
If you've been looking for the perfect summer knit blouse, this is it! The details on this hippie-ish top is just darling. The neckline is really flattering and the little tie just adds to the dear-ness of the look. I also love the added little flowers on the bottom, and the scalloped edge! Cuteness! I'm wearing a size 2, which is pretty run of the mill for me in J.Crew tops. Fits true to size.
Holy wrinkled skirt! Let's focus on the top here. There is definitely a Mexican market vibe going on here with the embroidery, neckline, and ties. Except that this top costs $78, instead of, you know, $10. The material is really light and the v-neck plunge is pretty deep. I had to maneuver around a bit before I could snap a picture without showing you all my skivvies. The puff sleeves are a nice touch, but not my thing. I bet this would look really cute under a blazer! I'm wearing a size XS and it fit perfectly. This definitely runs at least one size big because of the style.
I didn't realize that this dress wasn't available online until just now. Sorry for not snapping a photo of the tag! It's a strapless cotton dress with raised horizontal lines running down the entire thing. The line decoration is stiff and feels kind of like heavy-duty embroidery. The dress is cute in its simplicity and I can definitely see it being a summer staple. There's a bra backing inside the dress, it is fully lined, and has boning in the bodice. And pockets! As with most relatively fitted tube dresses, I had to size up for this one. I'm usually a size 4, and I'm wearing a size 6 in these photos. It was still a bit too tight, though, but I didn't feel like asking for a size 8. I recommend sizing up! Overall, I thought this was a cute little frock, but it's not for me. Seen in the second picture styled with the aforementioned studded bar-car belt and chambray schoolboy blazer.
Let me know if you have any questions!