P.S. I Hart This: Reformation Dresses

Each spring, I spring for 2-3 new Reformation dresses. This sustainable LA brand churns out flirty, flattering and versatile frocks that I wear all summer long.
Dress them up with wedged espadrilles for a party, or go casual with leather sandals. Come fall, I wear them with a sweater and sneakers. Don't forget to add one of my neutral Hart earrings to finish the look. 
Here's what is in my cart...
Ok, definitely buying the backless Cruise Dress in the whimsical fruit print. This dress will get me through July and August heat waves. 
I should probably get it in Cherry red too, right? 
Nothing better than a white cotton dress. I adore the hand-done details and organic cotton of the Cecile below. Pop it over a swimsuit as a cover-up, or wear to a lady's lunch with a straw bag, a charm necklace and heeled sandal in the height of summer.
I also love the Oxford, which is a longer version of the white cotton dress below.
The Marlowe dress in the blue Bali print feels really fresh right now. It vaguely reminds me of the Lily Pulitzer shifts of my youth... but cooler and naughtier. I'd wear this with my favorite $60 lace-up sandals from Madewell and my Shroom topknots
Bali Marlowe Dress
I just joined the waitlist for Carsen, an airy, sweet pop-over dress that's going to hhelp me channel Jane Birkin in St. Tropez.
P.S. They have a few left of the absolutely gorgeous white linen 'Dolce Dress,' which I'm wearing below (I wear a size 8 in this dress).