This post is going to be SO much shorter than my last one. If you haven’t checked out my recent new & updated Wool& Ultimate Dress Guide, you might want to take a look to see some of the features and fit of each dress. This specific post is focusing in on a summer dress getting a lot of buzz, the Audrey so keep reading!
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Ok, let’s talk about Audrey!
Audrey is the longest Wool& style available to date and made from their yummy jersey knit fabric. It’s sleeveless with generous pockets and side slits for a comfortable, easy fit. It’s super helpful to take note of how the company describes each dress when it comes to fit and size. This dress is more fitted at the top and more generous going down. That’s pretty much how my body is made, also, so Audrey and I were a match made in heaven. I went with my “top size” (a small) and I love the fit of this dress! It’s soft, forgiving, long-but-not-too-long and the heather black is my new favorite black of all the blacks.
For this outfit, I’m wearing Audrey with a thrifted Lularoe Lindsay Cardigan (you can find oodles of them cheap on Posh!), and my Vionic Kira Sandals. Audrey is currently offered in four colors and here is the fabric break down:
49% Ultrasoft Merino Wool
33% Tencel™ Lyocell,
200gsm, 17.5 Micron Wool
There are also two new gorgeous colors for Audrey, Mauve & Ocean Teal. Click here for these perfect pops of summer color!
Speaking of fabric, did you know that you could shop by fabric also? That way you can compare the style with the weight of the fabric for the perfect dress. Some of the Wool& fabric is like a lightweight tshirt while others feel a little more like a sweatshirt and this page desmystifies the different fabric weights for the consumer.
Honestly, there are so many ways you can style and layer this dress for every season of the year, but in my hot and humid climate, I tend to be “team basic” when it comes to Audrey! How would you style this maxi dress?