Geometric Print Dress

*Thank you* to everyone who entered Sheila and my Stella & Dot giveaway last week!  Sheila and I will be validating entries and randomly choosing the winner this week - please stay tuned.  ;)

Today I want to share with you a dress that I purchased on my NYC trip at the end of May.  I found this geometric print dress at the "Artists and Fleas" indoor market in Brooklyn.  The brand is called Cora, and these ladies also have a second stall in Chelsea Market.  This particular dress is called the "Lindsay" dress, after Portia DeRossi's character in Arrested Development (they also had a "Maybe" dress!).  I love the colors, the pattern, the front pockets, and the fact that I can cinch the waist in from either side.  It's such a comfy and cute design - perfect for summer!  I added a white geometric statement necklace,  a couple of gold and white bracelets, stacked spike rings (also picked up in NYC on Canal Street), and a pair of soft grey Tracy Reese wedge sandals to complete this casual summer weekend look.  The heat is back in Seattle - we had a gorgeous weekend and today is supposed to be in the low 90's.  I am loving it!

 Dress: Cora
Wedges: Plenty by Tracy Reese (old), check out the Steve Madden "Nanncy Wedge Sandal" in silver multi, $52.46 at Amazon here
Necklace:  Ruche (old), I am loving the "White Marquise Bloom Bib," $34 at Baublebar here
Rings:NYC street market, but the "Mix Ice Stud Rings" are almost identical, $34 at Baublebar here

Breezy dresses in geometric prints are on-trend and perfect for hot summer days.  Check out my picks for geometric print dresses below:

Left: Grifflin "Paris Print Dress," $46 at Shoptiques here
Middle: "Motel Polly Dress In Pyramid Print," $35.64 at Asos here
Right: "Hexagon for the Weekend Dress," $67.99 at Modcloth here

Are you a fan of geometric prints?  Thanks so much for reading and I hope you stay cool!

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