Karina Dresses has you all sorted for fall with their latest Western Wandering collection, just as the leaves are starting to change colour! Following on from my last Karina post featuring their Margaret dress in sedona print, I’ve also been lucky enough to try out the Katharine dress in milky way print. Read all about this dazzling style after the jump!
One of the latest additions to Karina Dresses’s range of signature prints, ‘milky way’ is a dreamy part of the Western Wandering collection! The background is a unique teal blue, covered with teeny white stars just like the night sky. This is printed onto Karina’s classic microfibre fabric, which is so easy to wear and wash! And this like all Karina styles are 100% ethically made in the USA, from design to manufacturing.
The Katharine dress is one of my favourite Karina styles as it’s just so flattering! I’ve gone with my usual size XS which covers US sizes 0 – 4 and the fit is great and consistent as always. As a small-chested lady, I’m delighted to report that the Katharine style is so well-fitted in the bodice that it makes even me look a little busty! The waist tie is great for cinching you in as much as you’re comfortable with, and the knee-length skirt has just the right amount of swish.
The milky way print is a key part of the Western Wandering collection, so it’s available in the Megan, Margaret, Ruby, and Naomi styles as well as the Katharine dress that I’m wearing here. All dresses are available for $108USD either online or at the bricks and mortar Karina Dresses store in Wall Street, New York. And if it’s your first purchase make the most of that pop-up window that you see when you first enter the site, as that will give you 15% off!
Full outfit details:
Katharine dress in milky way – c/o Karina Dresses
Necklace – Moxie Mama
Cardigan – Review
Heels – Miss L Fire
Thank you as always to Karina Dresses team for another wonderful collab, and to @cmjsnz for snapping these pics in St Kevin’s Arcade. Are you excited for the seasons changing and getting out your fall (or spring) wardrobe? Let me know in the comments!
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