I was left, upon taking in Rowley’s collection, wanting more. More details! The fabrics used for her lovely dresses are intriguing and I wish I had more information about how they were created. The collection was straight-forward and comprehensive, and I loved every bit of it. With the exception of the petal skirts, which I felt were too fanciful. The dresses are perfect for a woman needing to edit back her fall wardrobe, as they can easily transition from day to night. The separates were charming, especially the slouched trouser-style pencil skirts and skinny ankle-length pants paired with jewel-toned ballerina flats.
This wide belt makes for a perfect folksy element.
Some great dresses featured prints that mimic television static.
Comfy and sweet. A great look for traveling.
I am not certain if the flutter sleeves are a part of the dress, but I am liking the cut-out effect it’s creating.
These are some of my favorite shapes to wear, and I am hoping J Crew jumps on the jewel-toned flat trend.
Casual and chic. I love to see a pencil skirt with a bit of a masculine feel.
How easy would this be to throw on for dinner? Or even work? I love it.