To say I’m proud of the special guests on the blog today is an understatement. I don’t have my family on the blog much but for this special post, I’m excited to have them with me. If you follow on Instagram, you know we spent Spring Break in Sea Island, Georgia. One of their fun traditions is Bingo and it is a dressy occasion! We chose Lilly Pulitzer from Saint Bernard.
When I think beach, I think Lilly Pulitzer, of course. Where do I go to one stop shop for my family? I always choose Saint Bernard! They have a huge selection of Lilly Pulitzer in right now. Each of the girls found something that fit their personality and style. My oldest goes for tailored looks and found this great Mila Shift Dress with contrasting exposed zipper. My middle loves color and detail. This cute cutaway with ruffle hem and tassel ties fit the bill for her. My Bitty Girl loves the traditional Lilly Shift and has a closet full from her sisters. I still can’t resist adding one (or two) each year!
My hot pink midi dress is amazing! This girl had me in love at first sight. The fabric is a luxuriously thick crochet stripe. It is is the first high/low hem dress I’ve been drawn to. This midi fit and flare dress is fully lined and stops a few inches short of the bottom of the skirt to take full advantage of the gorgeous fabric. I am wearing an XS for size reference so I’d say it fits true to size. It also comes in white and is equally as pretty.
All of these Lilly dresses would be perfect for Easter. I wore this Lilly Pulitzer lace beauty in my Easter Tablescape post earlier this week. Get a jump on Easter and check out the boutique I’ve curated below. You’re sure the find a style that is right for you and yours. They also have so many great tops, shorts and cover ups. Truly so much good stuff and I’m so ready to wear it!
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Lilly Dress Boutique
Thank you to Saint Bernard for sponsoring this post. All selections and opinions are my own.