Hello there, signature party dress. You're just in time. 

Jess is perfectly dressed for winter holidays, spring brunches, weddings, birthdays, you name it. If you have something to celebrate--or you just want to be the hostess with the mostess--this is your go-to dress. Two shades of purple organza layered over a taffeta base. Fitted through bodice and waist with full skirt. Zips up the back. All tied off with a festive matching bow (and a mini bow for your hair, too!). 

Photos by Sara Gray Photography. Styling by Wallflowers Salon.
Check out Jess's craft blog for some creative party inspirations!

Sleek, feminine, and oh so comfortable! The Laura Elise Dress has coral chiffon sandwiched between layers of sheer navy blue and creamy white double georgette. A blue satin collar tops it all off with a bow. The three layers cutely peek out when you're sitting, walking, or standing in a gentle breeze. Equally comfortable in the city and on a cruise, this is the dress that will get you through the winter and into spring.

Photos by Sara Gray Photography. Styling by Wallflowers Salon.

Oh what a little ribbon can do. A classic red dress can easily shift from bright and colorful at the garden party, to sleek and sophisticated for a night at the ballet. Cotton shell with a little stretch and matching nylon lining. Flattering neckline, true cap sleeves, fitted bodice and a skirt to flatter your curves. Red red red.  We'll surprise you with two ribbon belts--two dresses for the price of one, really. What a deal. Finally a legitimate excuse to spend a whole day scouring the town for the perfect piece of ribbon.

Special thanks to Brianna Ayres and Wallflowers Salon for styling Annie for the photo shoot.