Tuesday, July 17, 2018

ROADTRIPPING WITH THE FRILLY

Just a few weeks ago, before all of the international travel, I had some time in my home state. California is pretty much the ultimate road tripping state, with so much to see just a few hours from home. So Eric and I packed up our van with plenty of looks by The Frilly, and started driving north.




We fell in love with the town of Los Alamos almost 6 years ago. We nearly got married there, in fact, until circumstances changed and we settled on Orange County. So when I say it's one of my favorite towns in the whole world, you best believe me. It's small, cozy, adorable, and filled with some of the most amazing new businesses. Back when we first visited, there were only a few spots dotted around, but on this trip we were able to see our old favorites plus a ton of new shops and restaurants that have popped up. All of them charming and perfectly suited to a slower life that Los Alamos offers.

Since we wanted to showcase these pieces from The Frilly, we knew it would be the perfect destination and back drop to tell the story. I've mentioned The Frilly before, but if you're new around these parts, here's your crash course; The Frilly allows you to create entirely custom looks on their website. Every single piece I'm wearing in this story was tailor made for me, and at an amazing price. I got to choose every detail - the color, the length, sleeves, belts, buttons - you name it. It means that the options are endless, and the quality is amazing, because it isn't some mass-produced line that you have to try to make fit your style. It's the other way around, in that you get to express your style by having control over the design. Needless to say, I'm a big fan of theirs.


We left in the early afternoon and arrived at The Alamo Motel in Los Alamos to check in. I love this Motel, and have stayed here quite a bit, for birthdays holidays, and just-because trips. If I'm ever feeling restless and like I need to get out of LA, The Alamo Motel is usually the answer for me. Plus, it allows me to live out my fantasy of owning a clawfoot tub mere steps from our bed. Yes please.


Like I said, Los Alamos is experiencing a bit of a boom at the moment, so we headed out of the motel to explore. The old favorites are still there, like the 1880 Union Hotel with the attached Saloon (we spent NYE there a few years back), but there's also new spots like Bodega. It's a big outdoor wine and beer bar with a cute greenhouse and plenty of seats throughout. I remember when the property was for sale a while back, and Eric and I joked about moving to the little town - kiiiinda wish we had done that now that I see what they've done with the space, but I'm happy to be able to at least visit.

I styled two iterations of the Harriet Tunic Dress, one version with no sleeves and in a sweet pale blue, and the other with long sleeves in an ivory shade. They come with a slip underneath, so they're pretty much ideal for picnicking, road-tripping, or even a backyard wedding.




After we grabbed drinks at Bodega, we headed over to the aforementioned 1880 Union Hotel. It's been there since, you guessed it, the 1800s, and is a real living piece of history. I'm partial to sitting outside and watching people walk by, but if you get a chance, pop in for an old-fashioned or bourbon of any kind. It's a really fun spot, and the interior is just as amazing as the exterior. For this spot, I styled this great jumpsuit in a navy shade with simple heels and a basket purse. I don't wear jumpsuits very often, but when I do, it's bound to be one by The Frilly, because they get the fit right every time. 

In fact, I styled a few more looks around the town of Los Alamos, so if you want to see more, head to their blog here!


This post was sponsored by The Frilly. All opinions expressed and creative styling is my own.

216 comments:

  1. I have loved learning more about my style through customizing pieces on Frilly and I thank you for introducing me to it! I loved the jumpsuit! I’d do it in the white, full bodice, wide leg, and cropped inseam and I’d wear it with espadrilles wedges or gladiator sandals, a scarf holding a ponytail with some wispies hanging down, a pair of dangly earrings in a cream for a monochromatic touch, and the Sezane woven clutch! The perfect summer look!

    IG: hannahplaia

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  2. Jumpsuits are my current fave so I would definitely go with that! I would go for black though (always) and add the ruffle & wide leg! It’s sooo cute! @lulu.katherine

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  3. I love the Alex Jumpsuit! I would customize it by adding a tapered leg and ruffle on the bodice! @gracekingswood

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  4. Ah the Alex Jumpsuit! Such a handy one. I’d style it by choosing the shade ‘Cloud dancer’, adding a bodice ruffle and a cropped slim leg. Perfect for summer days sippin’ Wine! (As long as I don’t spill it haha). Great post as usual. IG: @lilybrads

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  5. Definitely the Alex jumpsuit, in black of course. With ankle crop and tapered leg. Maybe add a denim jacket and some jewels! @brittanyfravel

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  6. Woaw! Frilly is like the adult version of dress up games xP I loved the pretty blue tunic dress but opted for an open back, long flounce sleeve, and just above the knee length for my long legs. Also really really want to go on a roadtrip now! >.<

    XxrussiancookiexX

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  7. Hard to choose, I love the light blue Harriet tunic dress and would probably wear it casual with cute sneakers or sandals and a cute sun hat. The crepe jumpsuit on the other hand is so versatile, i like how you glam it up by wearing it with heels but I would probably also style it with cute sandals, birks or sneakers. I also like that jumpsuits can be worn year round, just throw a cardigan over and done! �� @justonelook

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  8. Just love the outfits, cute, wearable and it looks confortable. If I could, I would choose the Harriet Tunic Dress in black, with the following options:
    - full placket
    - tunic shape
    - high low shirttail with side seam slit
    - scoop neck
    - open back
    - short sleeve with flounce
    It would compose a cozy dress for summer, in my opinion, nice for the day or for the night, based in the choice of accessories. Maybe for day a panama hat and golden flats and for the night a yellow scarpin and somme bracelets.
    Love your blog!
    Wish you always success
    From Brazil, Débora @deboragerbasi

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  9. I love these pieces! It's so innovative that they are fully customizable. The jumpsuit was especially adorable. I would get it in black with slim, cropped legs, without the ruffle. I think that would be most streamlined and slimming. A simple outfit for no-fuss days when you still want to feel put together. @anja.nerves Anja from Lufkin, Texas

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  10. Ooh I had so much fun customising a dress! I went for Shirt Dress II in boy blue - mid thigh, hi-low hem with split seam, with a belt and large patch pockets, exposed buttons, a pointed collar, and a boxy short sleeve (phew!). I’m really impressed with all the changes you can make! x

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  11. Oh my, this was so much fun! I can see myself going on Frilly just to kill time when I'm bored, there's so many possibilities! I'm super into jumpsuits right now, and the Alex Jumpsuit would be perfect to wear to work with a blazer or for fun, casual outings with some accessories and cool shoes, so I went with that. I customized as follows:
    *Pink because it was giving me some serious Grease vibes! (Pink ladies, anyone?)
    *Full Bodice for a more mature look since I went fun on the color
    *Slim leg because I could see myself wearing it with a pair of white sneakers, but this was a tough one, because if I wore sandals the wide leg looked great in your photos! (that was the wide leg, right?)
    *Full length because I'm 5'8 and it'll probably be cropped on me anyways, lol

    This is seriously sitting in my cart right now, this website is dangerous! @springavalon <3

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  12. I love the jumpsuit, I'm always nervous to wear them but it looks so lovely in you. I'd stick with the navy blue colour, but I'd love yo customise it with cropped legs
    @daisyme_rollin

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  13. I love the jumpsuit! I’d pair it with my Revolve Seychelles sandals for a nicer look, or a pair it with white sneakers and a white T-shirt underneath for a more fun and casual look! My insta is @sydneyfrost ��

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  14. The jumpsuit was definitely my favorite, I find I'm not the biggest girly girl and too many frills throw me off. I'd customize it with a slimmer leg, as I'm petite, and pick the blue color. I think that would look stylish with the sezane purse, perhaps with a silk scarf tied on it. I've been eyeing the lovestories x lucie william one, and those colors would compliment it well. My instagram is @emt_to_pa

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  15. Oh definitely the jumpsuit!! I love the fit of it, I’m not too too much of a girly girl so I would probably dress it down with chucks and put my hair in a half messy bun & add a little dainty necklace! I love everything about this and what you’re doing!!

    -@maria.layton

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  17. I’ve never heard of this brand before but I had so much fun playing with the different colours and textures. Although it’s a little bit out of my price range as a student I might get the Cody Bare Dress. It’s just perfect in white with a ruffle hem and bow straps!
    @carinamweigl

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  18. I love The Frilly! I never heard about them before and I really love the idea of being able to customise my own clothes! I would definitely go for "Alex Jumpsuit" because I'm currently loving them and that one is so stylish! I would get it in the exact same color since I love dark blue tones, and about the rest, it would be:
    - full bodice
    - wide leg
    - either crop length or ankle length, I love both! though if I had to choose, ankle length as well :)

    So, pretty much the same as the one you customised! You nailed it :) I fell in love with it the moment I saw it in the pictures!

    I love your blog! Keep up the good work :)

    From Spain, Noelia @n__rosemary (two of these "_"!)

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  19. I love the Harriet dress in white. I think every girl needs a white dress for the summer. I chose a crew neck and fluttery sleeves for a relaxed and breezy look but added a belt to bring the outfit some structure. Frilly is a fun way to explore my style as I used to love paperdoll games as a kid. @katriyajuden

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  20. I love the Harriet dress in white! I’d probablt get it as a crew neck, with an open back, length to the knee for a breezy summery look. :) @lil_squaash

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  21. I’ve been dreaming about that Frilly jumpsuit, but I can’t decide between the ruffled bodice or the straight across!
    @asustainablesort

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  22. so cute, as always! @honey.andthebee

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  23. I love the jumpsuit! I would love to make the legs longer and wide legged for a retro feel. Then maybe even do the ruffle! IG:jennapepitone_

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  24. I would go with the Dixie dress in ivory and customize it to have those adorable bow straps and a straight hemline! Love how the dresses pair with the location in these shots! Giving me classic movie vibes and makes me want to visit there!

    IG: @nataliebrekka

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  25. All the outfits are gorgeous! But my favorite is the Harriet dress in Ivory with a cute little vintage bag and sandals mules, coin necklace and red lipstick. I'm dreaming for this in summer! @carlottaloth

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  26. Light blue tunic dress with above the knee hem, belt, long sleeves and styled with tan loafers. @lauraroetker

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  27. I love the jumpsuit you wore, I typically don’t go for white but I think I’d do white ankle length skinny leg! So cute @carlycolson

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  28. Such a cute idea! I would go for the shrimpton suede skirt in caramel with regular button front closure, high waist and mid-thigh length, with the western slash pockets for sure @kendie_fitz

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  29. Okay... WHAT. I had no idea The Frilly offers customizations like that. I’m so obsessed. Harriet dress in blue is perfect but I’m a fan of sleeves so probably adding a flutter �� so. Fun. @daninicholphoto

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  30. I’m so in love with the harriet tunic dress! I have been really into little details latently. I would style it to be bright white, belted waist, collar neckline, frilled sleeves, and tunic length. My favorite part is the sleeve frills! So cute! @vanitybeee

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  31. I’m so in love with the harriet tunic dress! I have been really into little details latently. I would style it to be bright white, belted waist, collar neckline, frilled sleeves, and tunic length. My favorite part is the sleeve frills! So cute! @vanitybeee

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  32. Definitively the jumpsuit but in black with a charming ruffle on the top and the same cut than yours! That can goes well with sneakers or heels, so cute. But they should do it in brown or with polka dot :). @le_rimbe

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  33. That White Harriet dress is just too beautiful to even wear. I wouldn’t even know how to wear it without telling everyone to stay five feet away to keep it clean and perfect! LOVE IT! The altering and making your perfect dress seems so fun!

    IG @littlehunnabee

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  34. I love the Harriet Tunic Dress! The white eyelet is adorable. I’d choose the shirttail hem and an open back with the full placket. My IG is @maggiemakes_

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  35. I love the Alex Jumpsuit in midnight blue! Probably would customise it to have it at ankle length, with a slim fit. I think it'll be so nice to have as a staple classy outfit. @evangelskies

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  36. The Alex Jumpsuit is honestly right up my alley. I’ve kind of been on a jumpsuit kick lately. They are so easy to dress up for work & then dress down for a date night! I love their versatility & how they literally looks amazing on every body type. I would def customize the jumpsuit to be able ankle length since that best suits me & I would probably layer a cute white tee under it to add my own personal style to it. Also you can’t go wrong with a bright red hand bag!

    @ronnalouise

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  37. Adore the Harriet tunic dress in light blue - such a lovely color and style and love that it comes with a slip and customizations! Would pair it with a rust colored cardigan and some cognac hued leather brogues.

    @sloanestreetstudio

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  38. I absolutely love a jumpsuit, so I would definitely go for the Alex in black. I would customise it without the ruffle and with a wide, cropped leg. I’d then team it with a chunky heeled sandal and a faded denim jacket for a casual, but dressy look.
    I absolutely love that The Frilly allows you to customise outfits to get a look that’s exactly how you want it – such a great idea!

    @ginsey

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  39. My husband and I are going on a road trip from AZ to Oregon to visit his family at the end of this month. We love historic towns, so I looked it up and Los Alamos is coincidentally on our route!! So excited to stop by! I love being comfortable and of course fashionable on long trips, so I’d style the Alex Crepe Jumpsuit in black with a full bodice, wide leg, and cropped. Crepe is one of my favorite clothing materials, and it’s a good backdrop for statement pieces such as some comfortable open-toed clogs and a Sezane woven clutch.
    IG: mari.a.gargan

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  40. Oh I love the white Harriet tunic dress in white! But I’d make the back open and switch the sleeves to the short flutter style. Would loook great with that Sezane purse and my pale pink suede mules!
    IG @adibamnolker

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  41. I love the long sleeve Harriet dress! Id choose it in ivory just like you did! I’d pair it with a cute pair of loafers and the purse you’re giving away! It’d be such a cute day time look! xx Hope to win!
    Instagram: @alexajadewarren

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  42. This is so cool! I especially love the jumpsuit, but I would get it in black but keep everything else the same as you!
    IG: @morganlwinston

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  43. I love the Harriet tunic dress and would likely swap out the belt for my vintage brown leather belt and toss on a pair of brown ankle boots and a hat for a more western vibe, but I love the way it looks on you! @redhouseoveryonder

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  44. The setting is spectacular. It kind of makes me want to visit. Frilly is one of those sites I can get really absorbed in creating looks (I remember spending a very long time on there when I first discovered it). I love the jumpsuit--I'd take the same color with a ruffles and a cropped length, though I loved the striped blazers with the sash option for the neck.
    (IG: @windandspindle)

    Mary
    https://windandspindle.com/

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  45. I love the crepe jumpsuit. I think I’d pair it two different ways - daytime I’d put a cute little tee under it, a scarf around my head in a bow with some dainty jewelry, and a pair of slides and that cute little woven purse.

    For nighttime I’d change the slides out for a pair of mules, take the tee off, tie the scarf onto the purse, put a pair of statement earrings on a bright lip and head out :)

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  46. Love this post!! A very creative way to showcase your amazing style and tell us a bit about your trip. Although all your looks were beyond perfect... the piece that spoke to me the most was the (drumroll please)

    Harriet Tunic Dress!! I would style this piece with my hair tied up and a silk scarf wrapped around my hair. I would slip on a pair of white heels and a ring or two, or three (who’s counting!)

    For an evening at the town, I would take down my hair and put some nice waves in them. I would pair a statement blazer in cream with this dress and drape it elegantly over my shoulders. I would pop on some bright red lip stick and I’d be ready for night of shopping and lots of fun! :)

    -Jacklyn
    (IG — @jacklyns.photos) (new acc)

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  47. I love that you can customize the clothes on Frilly, that makes it feel much more tailored to you and your style. I personally loved the Harriet Tunic Dress, its exactly the type of summer dress I was looking for. I would choose the boy blue color, with the henley placket with pleats bodice. I like it as a tunic, although it would be nice above the knee for fall and winter time. I prefer the box pleat back because in my opinion, the open back doesn't quite fit with this style. I am a sucker for belts, so I'd keep that but I'd make the hem a high low shirtail with side seam slit, because I like the way it curves upward slightly. I'm torn between the crew neck and pointed collar, but would ultimately choose crew neck to make it feel for more summer-y and lighter on my neck. Finally, the SLEEVE. I am a sucker for any sleeves with small details and frills, so I love both the flutter sleeve and the short sleeve with flounce.

    I would style the dress with a pair of white color block sandals with a small heel, to give a pop of added color. I would match that to an over-the-shoulder small purse and of course some tiny details in gold earrings and rings. I have shoulder length hair, so with some nice waves it would pair perfectly. Although if I had longer hair I would definitely wear it up, so that it doesn't distract from the details of the dress.

    - Liv

    IG: @livmont

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  48. My best friend loves jumpsuits and totally rocks them so I’ve always wanted to try one out! This one is so so pretty. I would get the pink jumpsuit and add the ruffle to the bodice. I also love that you have the option to crop the legs!
    IG: @hannahflysby

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  49. Ah I think that’s so awesome. you don’t see many clothing companies that let you customize it. I would customize the Alex jumpsuit in black with the cropped & wide ankle.
    IG : WILDD.FOXX

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  50. Love this post!!! This has me wanting to book a trip to Cali right now! I love that you introduced me to Frilly - I was reading about their no-waste approach to customization! I’ve been eye-balling the Cara Off The Shoulder Dress - sleeveless, calf-length, with a belt and thin straps. I would also do the jumpsuit exactly how you customized it but in that pretty pink shade ❤️ Thanks for sharing this! Xx kristen @kristenjanae

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  51. I am seriously in love with that crepe jumpsuit!! I photograph a lot of weddings and jumpsuits are my go-to look. They are so comfy and easy to just throw on and you look effortless! and I’m about to head to Jackson Hole, WY for a wedding in the beginning of August. That would be so perfect to take with me! I’d die *heart eyes*

    IG @imthebirdie

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  52. I would get the Alex jumpsuit in white because I love jumpsuits and white is such a crisp, clean color.

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  53. I would get the Alex jumpsuit in white because I love jumpsuits and white is such a crisp, clean color. (Forgot to include my ig handle) @misha_aleka

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  54. I would get the Harriet Tunic Dress in boy blue and customize it so that it has the open back and flutter sleeves. Such a beautiful dress, and I love that you can customize it so it uniquely fits your style.

    IG: @gabbycolonna

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  55. This is so much fun! I love discover new brands! I would definitely go for the Harriet Tunic dress in bright white with an open back, no belt and a scoop neck. It would be perfect with red lipstick and a flower-is scarfing the hair.
    Solenn @frenchy.a.new.york

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  56. I love that this customizable! The alex jumpsuit is probably my favorite as well. I'd go classic black with a cropped wide leg. So fun and versatile! It would look great with the basket purse, dainty gold jewelry, and my new Freda Salvador booties! Throw on some bronzer and we're good to go ✨🌞

    @jamiebudai

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  57. I was so excited to see that you got the Rouge belt! I have been oogling it for awhile - my initial is R! I would switch out the belt on the Harriet tunic dress in white with the rouge belt and pair it with woven mules! - Robin @rkeller89. Thank you!

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  58. Love the Alex jumpsuit. I would go with black or navy...both work great for day to night look. I would do a tapered pant leg and the flutter sleeve. Would wear a few dainty necklaces and some cute wedges to finish the look. Love your blog!!❤ Karina kpknudsen14@gmail.com

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  59. I adore the Crepe Jumpsuit! So chic and versatile! I would style it with an effortless patterned neckerchief and Dansko wedges. (@thewhimsicalowl)

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  61. Hii, I love all these outfits and have always wanted to stop in Los Alamos. I would pair the white jumpsuit with a white crew neck shirt, some heeled sandals, and a mini bucket bag. Thanks for giving me inspiration to finally visit Los Alamos :) IG: @nicole_4evah

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  62. I played around with customizing the Harriet Tunic Dress (long sleeves, scoop neck, belted, etc.) but couldn’t make it look as nice as it does on you! Interesting concept being able to customize the pieces though! (@melissa_mckenna)

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  63. I’m the Alex Jumpsuit kinda gal.
    Ankle length, black (I love black, can’t help it, always where I gravitate), with wide legs.
    Probably would style it with gold accessories and mules.
    (Pearls_plates)

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  64. I love the alex jumpsuit! I would get it in black with the tapered leg @katiemariewood

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  65. I would definitely go with the Alex jumpsuit in pink with no ruffle and the fitted leg (also full length because I’m tall and ankle cuts are scary lol) I feel like the bright pink would be fun to style with a monochromatic look
    @disco__mom

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  66. I love the Alex Jumpsuit. Theres something so effortlessly chic about a jumpsuit. I'd customise it to a cropped length with wide leg fit and get it in white for major summer vibes! Then I'd pair it with minimal accessories like you did, but in tan for a more daytime look. Dreaming of this jumpsuit now.

    IG: @ginamariacaroline

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  67. My fav the Harriet tunic dress in white color a little big tighter (maybe backless) with a cult gaia belt and a pair of Mercedes Salazar earrings ;) @marguieanaya

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  68. That Alex jumpsuit!! Definitely can see the appeal of the black, but navy is also a fantastic neutral! I think people underestimate the versatility of navy. Paired with the sezane clutch and some espadrilles would be a perfect way to dress the outfit down and make it summery. Would also be beautiful to transition into fall with a cropped blazer, scarf pony, and a nice pair of nude heels! So many options. My instagram is @bybayliesage, love your blog ❤️

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  69. I customized the Alex jumpsuit to a crop wide leg with a ruffle bodice. How have I never heard of The Frilly before?! I could play dress up all day! Also, the ivory Harriet tunic dress is DIVINE on you! @flowersandgarbage

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  71. Oh this is a tough one! But I think i love the Alex jumpsuit in Indigo, and I’d style it with a delicate white eyelet top under, my go-to gold moon necklace and turquoise rings, and a block heel mule in a goldy mustard suede. I’d probably grab a macrame clutch to top it off. �� @bethbrinker

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  72. I love Frilly and both of these pieces, but especially the Harriet dress! I think a fun way to customize it and make it different would be to keep it white, but instead do it tunic length, scoop neck, open back, short flounce sleece, and no belt. Would be so cute for this hot weather with a short mule and basket bag (even the Sezane bag would be super cute with it). Love!

    IG: meggiesuee

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  73. Customizing both of these pieces was so fun! I really like this site! I think my favorite is the Alex Jumpsuit. I’d do it in black, ankle length with a wide leg. I would pair it with some wooden clogs and a bunch of accessories. Give it a 70s vibe. @ashbadge

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  74. The Harriet Tunic Dress is my favorite! I’d style it in black; with the crew neck, bracelet sleeves, open back and tunic high low hem. Perfect for early fall with a pair of tan booties and a Chanel clutch. A pair of elegant pearl earrings to finish off the look and a night out on the town. I’ve fallen in love with The Frilly so much thanks to you, I can’t wait to order this dress! Thank you Courtney!!

    @motherwildling

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  75. I love the idea of customizing a piece like this! Sometimes you have something very specific in mind but when you go shopping, the options you find are not EXACTLY what you were looking for and you find yourself thinking "this would be perfect with a just little tweak". So thanks for this! I would go for the Harriet tunic dress in white, henley placket with pleats, above knee, open back, with belt, shirtail hem, pointed collar, short sleeve (so hard to choose but amazing! ) @lurrieta

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  76. I would go with the Crepe Jumpsuit. Jumpsuits are whimsical and comfortable. I like anything that makes me look put together, but really feels like jammies for a road trip adventure. (Don’t judge!) Being 5”4, sometimes jumpsuits are super long on me. I love that Frilly allows you to customize one of my favorite pieces. I would stick with the navy color and chose a cropped, slim leg. I’m always wanting to stop and run around through parks and such on road trips so I think I would go without the ruffle for a more sporty look and feel. Frilly is wonderful, wow! Cute clothes I can customize to fit my style even more. Thank you!

    @sa.rah.ann

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  77. The best thiNG about the Frilly seems t o be the fact that you can create similar pieces (like your blue sleeveless dress and the white one with thr long sleeves) so it's almost like you could create little capsule collections for specific trips, depending on the occasion, destination or just how you feel! Love all your choices! Xx Annie

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  78. I am loving this jumpsuit!! I’ve recently started looking for one and the options to customize are such a cool idea. I can’t decide between black or white, maybe both :)

    @_kelly_

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  79. The Alex Jumpsuit all the way, I’m not really a dress girl. The color would be Maritime Blue. I chose the full bodice, slim leg, with the crop length. I would customize it by wearing a pair of earth tone or peach flats. Or my favorite leather ankle boots, the sides split down so you can see your ankle bone, detailed with a gold band in the back of the heel. I like how I could wear a light or ribbed tee shirt with it so that when I visit Arizona and have a sun burn I can keep my shoulders safe without sacrificing my look. I love the small necklaces you layer, so I’d layer two small gold necklaces (gold to match the back of the boots). I’d most likely wear my hair in a high ponytail, bun, or French twist. Because my ears are showing I’d take that opportunity to show off some simple gold studs, or my gold rod earrings. As for bags I’d go for a crossbody an earthtone color or a softer lighter color to brighten the outfit. Finally some sunglasses, I’m into the circle ones right now. Thank you for hosting this, and for showing me this cool store.
    IG:scarletgibson

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  80. I would LOOOVE the tunic dress! I would accesorize with a bold colorful neck scarf and sweet rose gold posts. I also love it in the boy blue color, but would prefer the white for summer because I get hot super easily! White would be so cooling! Thanks for sharing, girl!!

    @dearhaleynicole

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  81. I'd definitely go with the white Harriet Tunic Dress and combine it with red pumps for a date night look with a red clutch and would curl my hair. By using the same dress, I would also pair it with a black boater hat and black booties for going out to lunch or to a rock concert with wavy hair. For a cute casual look, I would pair the dress with light brown sandals, and a brown crossbody bag or wallet and put my hair up in a high pony tail or space buns.


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  82. In an effort to say something other than the Alex jumpsuit, which is divine, I also loved customizing the Shrimpton Suede Skirt. I switched out the buttons, made it high-waisted, and lengthen it to the knees. I am 5’10 so I love customizing. Thanks for introducing me to the frilly! - @lauren_lynch

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  83. I would definitely go with the Harriet tunic dress in the pale blue. I would probably style it with some cute white platforms and a hat. I love that you can customize their item! I love the sleeveless look! My handle is @megan_raaee

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  84. I love the Harriet tunic dress. I customized it in black, with a crewneck neckline and a short ruffle sleeve. For brunch or a day of shopping, I would accessorize with nude platform sandals and a messy bun. I could also see dressing it up with a pair of maroon loafers and a unique pair of earrings! Love the options!

    IG: @heyguysitskatie

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  85. I absolutely love the jumpsuit!!! I need one in my wardrobe.

    IG: @lexie_marieee_

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  86. I had fun customizing the Harriet tunic dress because its a dress I would never wear but it was awesome trying around different styles to make it more "me." I love the crisp white color and following a longer sleeve and bottom length but then having an open back and belt to make it a bit more unexpected.The Alex jumpsuit is definitely up my ally - a bold red, with an overall bodice, wide ankle length leg, and a patch pocket. I'd pair them with an old pair of vans and it would be a go to outfit. - @_valyriansteel

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  87. Love the Harriet tunic! I customized mine to boy blue with the henley placket with pleats! I would leave it above the knee (such a classic cut!) but change it to open back! Belt and side split seam, with a crew neck and those feminine flutter sleeves!

    I was so impressed with Frilly as I had never heard of it before! I ended up scrolling through other outfits and am in love!

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  88. I love the jumpsuit but would go white with a slim, cropped leg!
    IG handle: @emilyborey

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  89. Jumpsuits are my go-to on days I want to just throw something on and still look cute, and customizing this one was so much fun! I love it in black or white with the ruffled bodice. Also, definitely planning a trip to Los Alamos soon! Had no idea there was such a cute gem so close by!

    IG: lil.papaya

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  90. I love a great jumpsuit, especially during the summer! I would get it in black with a ruffle bodice with ankle length slim pants!
    IG: meagan_s_matechak

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  91. Ooh I’m always in the mood for a good jumpsuit! I would get it in black, with a slim cropped leg. I’d go for a casual look for the summer, and pair it with a worn denim jacket, a pair of white sneakers, and a leather messenger bag!
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  92. The tunic dress is beautiful! I feel like it’s the perfect casual but still dressed up look! I would love it in that color and maybe a black as well!
    IG: @ashleygummerson

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  93. I’ve never used Frilly before and I love it! I would definitely pick the Alex Jumpsuit and customize it in black with a slim leg and crop fit since I’m on the shorter side. It’d look so cute with some brown heels/slides to contrast and gold hoops!

    IG: @denissebeldin

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  94. Ooh I love the Harriet Tunic Dress in white! I would customize it by making the sleeves a bit shorter, maybe 3/4 or 1/2 length. It's so dreamy and summery! I'd wear it with caramel colored woven mules. 😍

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  95. Another great post as usual! Clearly my favorite piece is the bright white colored Harriet Tunic Dress. I tried to customize it according to my wants, and it was totally the best thing, because now I can really see how it would fit on me and I saw more than just photos with model, haha.
    Your big fan,
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  96. I love the jumper overalls but my fa is Harriet dress for sure. I’d customize it to black because black is my favorite and so classy!!!! You can’t go wrong with black !!! Love your blog post like always you are the best My Instagram is makeupwithgrace11_

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  97. I love the Harriet Tunic Dress. I am always searching for the perfect Spring and Summer Dress. I would go with the bright white, henley placket w pleats, tunic length, open back, no belt, high low shirtail w side seam slit, crew neck and short sleeve with flounce. I would style this with my dusty rose block heel mules, my antique gold M signet necklace from my Grandmother and a vintage basket bag. It would also look super chic with some vintage gucci loafers and a simple black leather handbag.

    IG: meghanlmiller13

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  98. Wow! Frilly is so fun . . . especially when you have something specific in mind but you can’t find the exact right piece! I love the sequoia tee top in cedarwood. Such a gorgeous color! I’m undecided on the length but the mock neck and elbow length sleeve combo with the overlap hem is gorgeous!

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  99. I would customize the Harriet Tunic Dress with short sleeve ruffles and chose chose the color white. I would go for a crew neck and a belt! :) I'm so in love with this romantic dress and would pair it with my favorite headband and some pretty sandals!

    My Instagram: @siazayim

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  100. Honestly love all of these looks. I'm very into one pieces so I'd customize that Alex crepe jumpsuit to have slim legs (make me look taller) and set to crop length (so they actually fit more at my ankle for said short legs, haha). @wonderlandsam

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  102. I love the Harriet Dress! To customize it I'd add the belt, ruffle back and long sleeves. It's lovely in white but I prefer it in black!

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  103. The Crepe/Alex jumpsuit is so perfect! Instead of a flared leg, I would adjust to a tapered cropped leg to give me more shape~
    The jumpsuit is so versatile! In the summer I would style it with my light wash over-sized denim jacket with pins on the collar and pair it with my thrifted tan huaraches. I live in San Francisco, so our summers aren’t usually too warm ;-)
    In the fall, I would switch out the jacket for a knit cream cardigan for a cozier vibe, switch out the huaraches for black heeled booties, add some gold dainty earrings and a patterned neck scarf to add a pop of color~

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  104. I loved the Harriet dress! Ithink a white dress is so timeless and classic! I’d add in a red belt and red heels to make it an evening or late afternoon look! My instagram is @_daintydoll!

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  105. Oh my goodness, all of these looks are divine but for me I adore the navy jumpsuit. I would order it with slim leg and I would wear with either gold sandals or nude heels, dressing it up with gold jewellery and a bold lip or by day just a messy bun and loose cardi on top with a clutch bag. Being petite the slim leg would be really flattering and all in one colour would give the illusion of height. Navy is classic and versatile, it goes with everything!

    @theferalwriter

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  106. I would totally do a cropped slim leg of the Filly marine blue jump suit!! I’m tall with a bit of curves and jumpsuits that style always fit me well they are just hard to find! I love the ability to be comfy while road tripping but then slide on some heels and a touch of lipstick and be ready for dinner!!

    @katgracee

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  107. I’ve got a wedding coming up where I’m a bridesmaid and we are allowed to choose our own dresses as long as they’re black. Frilly is such a perfect site to find that dress. I think I would do The Dixie Dress in Black, calf length because I am tall and with the ruffle hem at the top. It would look so great with the pearls we’ve got to wear for the event plus my nude heels and a bold red lip!

    IG: laser_dartz

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  108. I would definitely go for the Harriet dress in either white or blue with the flouncy short sleeve! I am in love with how you did the longer sleeve though. With a jean jacket or a vegan leather jacket and some runners? A look! Or some cowboy boots and a straw hat? Living out my true cowgirl dream!

    @kenbastien

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  109. I love the jumpsuit. I’d put Golden hoops, high pony tail and use it with some white sneakers, plus fresh makeup. Ig: nataliadiacono

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  110. I love the Sequoia Tee Top in mushroom, but I'd crop it and give it a dropped shoulder cap sleeve. Also love the Shrimpton Skirt II in black. I'm about to embark on a month-long trip of my own, so have been thinking a lot about clothes and what to pack! @siggrett

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  111. Ooh I am in love with the Harriet tunic. I think the black with the flutter sleeves and maybe open back would be so romantic. But I love the crisp white and racer front top. Both with the belt because I just can’t get enough of shirt dresses and belts. @sarahjane_hk

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  112. Hiii Courtney! You are without a doubt my all time favorite fashion blogger to follow. I have found some of my very favorite brand names and shops through you. Out of the options I would choose the Harriet tunic. I selected the customize button and as I was scrolling through the options I found myself only changing one differently from what you designed. For myself I would go for the flutter sleeve. I would probably pair this dress with my go to brown hat and some matching brown brogues with short socks! Dang, now I really want this dress haha. - @beebite

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  113. How fun!!! I love how summery the blue Harriet Tunic Dress you picked is. I went through the dress section of the website and fell in love with the Nora Robe Dress III. I couldn’t decide whether I like it better in golden brown or tea, but I’d get it sleeveless, mid-thigh length with a straight hem, belted, and with the collarless overlay. So cute!

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  115. I absolutely love the Alex Jumpsuit!! I would get it in Maritime Blue, full bodice, wide leg, and with the cropped leg inseam. As for styling, I would wear a red ascot scarf for a pop of color, and a simple and delicate gold necklace underneath. I would also pair it with a basket purse (Jane Birken-style, of course) and nude-colored block heels!
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  116. This was SO FUN! I picked the Harriet tunic dress in boy blue (that is such a beautiful color). I kept the Henley placket with pleats, but lengthened it from tunic to above knee. I made it open back and scoop neck to offset the added length. Kept the belt, since I love a defined waist, and changed the hem style to a shirttail with a side slit. Also kept the long sleeves!

    I would style it with some straw wedges and a straw bag, to keep everything light and sunny feeling.

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  117. This was so fun! I chose the Harriet tunic dress in baby blue, with a full shirt placket skirt that hits above the knee (I’m tall, so I love that you can adjust the length!). I also did the pointed collar and sleeveless, but mixed it up by doing the open back. So cute! Loved it. I’d style it with a straw bag and my nude sandal heels, curled hair, and a red lip!

    My instagram is becca_gold

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  118. I went a bit wild with changes to the Harriet tunic dress! Kept the collar obviously because who doesn't love a collar, but went for black, box pleat back, no belt, high low shirtail hem, and the long sleeve version! And now I'm playing fantasy fashion and obsessively customizing other things. This could be dangerous.

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  119. Oh, those styles are cute! I would probably go for the slip dress in that beautiful cadmium yellow, and customize it with the open back. :) IG: @anydelirium

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  120. Okay, wow.. didn’t know this was a thing.. loving the Harriet in baby blue, tunic style with frilly sleeves! So fricken cute! It would be cute with some slides and a straw hat! Love what you do, be well. IG: @Janless

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  121. This is such a fun brand! How cool you can customize it so much! It reminds me of the dress game I would play as a kid. But you can actually order your costum clothing! I really love the Cody Bare Dress. I would want to make the straps into the self tie kind. I would style it with some simple heels and a straw bag with a vintage scarf tied to it! Thanks for introducing this brand!
    IG: @ohbellabee

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  122. The white tunic dress with a thin, double wrap light brown belt and nude heels. Classic and perfect for summer ☀️

    IG: mrscourtneyhogg

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  123. LOVE the Harriet tunic dress!
    I'd customize it above the knee with flutter sleeves, and keep the pointed collar.
    Either black or white to keep it neutral 😊
    @tessakerrkeller

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  124. I would love that jumpsuit with the wide cropped length in black. So cute! @liljennnnn

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  125. DEFINETELY the harriet tunic dress. I'd customize it in boy blue, full placket, above knee, without the belt, high low hem, scoop neck, and short sleeves with flounce. I'm in love with the style of designing clothes in frilly! So original 💛

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  126. I love the jumpsuit! I would get it in bright yellow with a tapered leg and maybe navy buttons instead of white. I would wear it with white keds and a floppy sunhat.

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  127. The light blue dress looks darling on you! I would want the same Harriet dress in white because I'm always searching for the perfect white shirtdress and haven't found one yet! I feel like they are infinite ways to style a white lace dress.

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  128. I'd get the Alex jumpsuit in the orchid smoke, plain white tee underneath and some yellow converese.
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  129. I love Frilly! I'd get the romper in black with the ruffle bodice and bring up the wide legs to s crop style because I'm short! P.S. Love the way you styled the blue Harriet dress. @heatheralaine24

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  130. I love the Harriet dress. It looks very comfortable and an easy peice to pair with anything. I would wear it with Converse shoes or cute flats and customize it with a necklace. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway! Instagram handle is ykorrr.22

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  131. I love the white dress! I think it would work for all seasons, when layered with different pieces. Very classic look. IG: natxnow

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  132. I'm definitely a jumpsuit girl! I love how it is just one piece to worry about and you can dress it up or down! I would customize the Lila jumpsuit in indigo blue, v-neck, calf length and without ruffles. This is a perfect summer jumpsuit I can pair with a strappy sandal, cross body bag and some rings or a cute gold necklace! @adrianalanier

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  133. I played around with the jumpsuit! Pink, cropped wide leg, no ruffle :) So pretty! IG: @elisecahill

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  134. OH! and I would def wear barefoot with a straw hat!

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  135. Goodness they both look so well on you! I think the Harriet tunic dress would be wonderful as I always have trouble with inseams on jumpsuits. It would look adorable with my Birkenstock sandals and sneakers as I don’t wear anything else! Plus a rattan bag. I’m good to go! @ely.dia

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  136. I sew my own dresses, and I can see how these clothes are well designed and of course so so pretty!
    I’d go with the Harriet above the knee dress in black, then add the open back and the belt, the flutter sleeve, the scoop neck and some high low hem. I’d wear it with gold flat sandals and go enjoy a sweet summer night on a Greek island.
    Thanks for introducing me to this brand, I had so much fun customizing some (many) of the styles!
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  138. Loved the Harriet tunic dress in white! I would customize it with a open back, belt, high low hem with side seam sit, a crew neck and long sleeves! I love how fresh and Provençal it looks

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  139. I love the white Harriet tunic dress. I had so much fun playing around with the customization options. My favorite was the backless option. I am always looking for pieces that aren’t incredibly revealing but that have open backs and have such a hard time! This post is awesome.

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  140. Wow I love that you can customize these pieces to fit your own unique style! I love the overall/romper. I love the wide leg and the ruffle top it’s so retro but also so modern. And I’m not a usual dress person but I also like the retro sixties vibe this dress brings and it’s also so modern with the customizable sleeve. I went for a frill sleeve. I think it gives this rather neutral dress a little personality and femininity. I first chose black for the dress but I fell in love with the white! So chic!!!
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  141. Oof. That clawfoot tub is what my dreams are made of. I’d go for the Alex Jumpsuit in black - full bodice, wide leg, crop length. Swoon.

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  142. I've been following you for a while and I didnt know you had a website till now thanks to the giveaway post! Lol So I personally wouldnt be able to pull off any of these outfits because I'm overweight �� but I love the Jumpsuit! And I think they would look great with some brown clogs! Idk something parisians would wear. Lol. Anyway love your ig page! @letempsdelamouur Also do a youtube channel I feel like youd be great!

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  143. I loved that the Frilly website allows you to customize the variations in each outfit to find the one that matches your style. So cool and easy to use. I love the Alex jumpsuit and would go for it in white, full bodice, wide leg and crop length. I would style it with a woven straw bag and Saltwater sandals in red... A casual and feline outfit perfect for exploring a new town on a summer day.
    IG: @ciara.glen

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  144. I love the full bodice and wide ankle length leg. I'm tall and slim with long legs so that style of bottom would be very flattering on me. I might add a black fossil belt with a small gold buckle, a pair of 3" strappy black and wood heels, a straw clutch and fine gold jewellery to top it off!

    @jackiejii

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  145. I'm in love in the Harriet dress in white! Of course white because it's so summer's color!!!!
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  146. I looked around other styles, but ended up wanting to play with The Harriet Dress too. I’ve got summer whites on the brain! I ended up reading liking it at the tunic length with the short flutter sleeves and no belt. I preferred the full placket too. I’d pair it with my Loeffler Randall Lulu’s in Melon or my Coco’s in Anemone, depending on the occasion. It would probably get belted at some point, I have the perfect slim vintage Coach burgundy leather belt with brass hardware!

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  147. Omggg they’re all gorgeous! I was having a hard time between a dress or a jumpsuit, but I settled on the Alex Jumpsuit V with:
    - Ruffle Bodice
    - Slim Leg
    - Ankle Leg (but on my 5’1” frame, the crop might fit better ❤️)
    - Western Patch Pocket

    Everything is so cute!

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