NDM Styles : Fall Patterns Part 2

TGIF Friends.  Anyone have fun plans this weekend?  We have a soccer game for Sterling Saturday and let me tell you it is always comical watching 4 year olds play soccer.   There is much confusion about which goal to kick too:)  Then Sunday we have a birthday party out in the country!  A fun weekend for sure.

I wanted to share a new line of dresses that I came across while browsing Vince Camuto.  The sales people at Nordstrom told me about this dress line called Clove.  I had never heard of it before but now I love it!   Almost all the dresses are under $100 so they are not too expensive.  Plus they are so cute and versatile.

  I really liked the silhouette of this particular dress.  

 It is perfect for church, a party,  or even work if you paired it with a cute blazer.  It is a nice length, as a tall gal I have a hard time finding dresses that are not too short.

(Excuse the same background for the pictures this week I had my mom snap these while I was home:)

Clove Dress | Vince Camuto D’Orsay Flats

The colors are stunning in this dress.

It runs on the tight side so if you don’t want it so fitted order up a size.  I am wearing the size 4 with a Spanx slip underneath to smooth things out:)

 I have been wearing my D’Orsay flats all the time.  It is surprising how well the eggplant color goes with everything.

|| Vince Camuto D’Orsay Flats 

The other dress from the Clove line I loved was this plaid shift dress.  I am a bit plaid obsessed for Fall and black and white plaid is always so classic!  This would also look awesome with black tights and knee high boots.

Both of these dresses are Nordstrom exclusives so you can’t find them anywhere else!

 Clove Plaid Shift | Rag and Bone Newbury Booties

They didn’t have this dress in stock when I ordered mine but I love it.  The floral print is so gorgeous!

|| Floral Print Dress

Almost all the Clove dresses are under $100.  Such a great price!  A few of my other favorites from the line.

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  1. September 26, 2014 / 11:43 am

    I love it when you wear a more fitted dress, it shows off your rocking body!! And that totally sounded like something a dude would say, but it's true 😉

  2. September 26, 2014 / 3:04 pm

    Both dresses are lovely, but the second one is so cute!

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