Sunday, February 4, 2018

Lilly Pulitzer New Favorites

I changed my Instagram profile to read “Occasional Blogger.”  After not blogging for a month, maybe it should read “I rarely blog.”  Anyway, I’m back to share some of my new favorites from Lilly Pulitzer.  I still love the “classic summer shifts,” but the cotton shift dresses they are making now just don’t fit me anymore—too short and too tight.  Of course it could be that I’m now more into stretchy, comfy fabrics!
Here are a few of the new dresses (soft and stretchy) that I am loving:
Lord have mercy, this one rings all the bells for me.  This is the Sophie Ruffle Dress (rayon spandex jersey) in the "Via Amor" print with flamingoes and ruffled sleeves!  I have this one on my wish list for sure.

The Marlowe T-shirt dresses are my new favorites.  This one in the Lila Verbena "Coco Safari" is a classic look.  I love the Pima cotton t-shirt dresses.

Lilly Pulitzer is killing me with the bows on the sleeves of the Pima cotton Preston Dress in the "Multi Ocean Commotion" print.

The Sophie Dress is another favorite of mine, this one in the "Multi Gypset Paradise" print and this dress has UPF 50+ protection!

Popovers are also a favorite of mine.  They are stylish and layer well with a gingham blouse underneath/vest on top.  This new print is "Seaside Blue Honda Classic" toile and was a must-purchase for me as I have all of the Lilly golf prints.  I’m hoping for a somewhat cool day at the Masters this April so I can wear this with pink shorts.  Of course, my outfit and accessories for the day are already planned.

As I rarely leave home without a cute cap and ponytail bow, the matching “Honda Classic” cap was also a must-buy for moi!

Do I need the matching getaway tote bag? Probably. It’s on “the list.”

I added this to my new faves just because of the color.  The Lana scarf in "Seasalt Tint" will go with a lot of my Lilly.  That $98 price tag though!  Checking Target for a better buy on this.

These Julie sneakers are new and I’m just not sure about them.  I love the “Tropicolada” print, but  I would have rather seen these sneakers in a pink and green print.

Thank you for visiting with me today!


Alison said...

I wonder if your beloved Lilly is suffering from the same ailment as so many other brands ie: the quality is just not the same? I’m not surprised that vintage LP sells for so much!

Kari said...

I’m 5”8” and everything is too short. The quality seems to be “off” too. So sad.

Miss Jane said...

Janice, it's lovely to have you back!! I so missed your blog posts and wouldn't have known you were posting again if I hadn't wanted to look at your shoes.
Sending you love & blessings!!

Lady Caroline said...

It's so good to see your blogging again, even if "Only occasionally!" I've so missed your blog. Lilly is not a label I wear, probably because it's not really worn here in the UK, and secondly, it would cost a fortune to import. But I had a look at Lilly's site after reading this, and I'm in love with the Amory Silk Dress, in both colours, and the Lana scarf in Paradise Tint, Seasalt Tint, and Light Lilac Verbena. I'm also liking the Lila Verbena "Coco Safari." As another blogger said, I think everything is suffering in quality today. "Things ain't what they use to be!"

Hope you and Miss Pauline are keeping well.

Sandy said...

I love it when you blog if only occasionally. I haven't even tried on a shift in a long time. I don't think I am fat:) but, I am with you on the tight. I think the girls all wear things a little tighter than we did in our day. I was just complaining about jeans the other day. I am just over the skinny leg. I don't want bell bottoms, but a nice straight leg that doesn't hug the calves would be nice.

I love the items you shared and I really like the shoes. Might have to check those out myself.

AngelaV said...

I am glad to see you blogging! The Lilly dresses now are so cute but too short for me. Oh well, I guess I’ll stick to tops and accessories!