Lilly Pulitzer Spring 2011

Thanks to my BFF Muffy Martini for sharing with me the .pdf version of the latest Lilly Pulitzer catalog (Spring 2011)!

As I sit inside at work on a cold, but cheery-sunny day, the bright pops of color on the models made me feel excited about Spring (and a lil’ out of shape, too). Here are a few of my favorite styles, I hope you all do not mind YET ANOTHER blogger writing about her favorite styles of Lilly P.

The “Eryn” is a gorgeous, fluffy dress of the retro variety – clearly something you would see on Mad Men on any given episode. I am a fan of the textured look – this dress has an organza ribbon stripe and a full skirt.

The “Jacqueline” dress has a cheerful green color and a classic shift shape. I am in love with the novelty lace in the Lilly Pulitzer signature lace mini jacquard. Again, I love texture! Isn’t it just a fun Spring-y color? I am sure I will see this at Easter and at horse races this Spring.

Lastly, I love the “Shauna” tunic dress. Every season I try to get a new white dress. For one, it is the epitome of summer. Two, I find that it inspires me to really tone up and get some healthy coloring. And it looks flattering with the natural auburn highlights in my hair that happen in the summer months. All good things!

As you can see, I am a fan of boatnecks. I have pretty toned arms so I love that look! Flattering and clean-cut while not looking prude-ish!

What are your favorite Lilly Pulitzer dresses for this year? What about for all time?

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4 thoughts on “Lilly Pulitzer Spring 2011

  1. PLD –

    I wouldn't necessarily say that it is a sneak peak! But if you hadn't seen the stuff yet then I am happy that you have now! It's been on my local shop's website for a while, surprisingly, but FINALLY got the catalog today.

  2. I love all three, but the Eryn and the Shauna dress are definitely on my wish list for spring. They closed the northpark store, so now I'm going to have to make the drive to Southlake. Oh well… Worth it!!!

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