Clover Canyon

My Holiday Dress

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Annnnnnnd so the Clover Canyon obsession continues (see my other two dresses here and here). I now own three of their dresses and truly feel they are like pieces of art in my wardrobe. I am not always drawn to prints but from the first time I ever came across the brand, I was mesmerized by the colors, patterns and designs of all the pieces. And most of the dresses are made from a heavy neoprene material which means they hold their shape and hardly wrinkle. I wanted to pick up a dress for the holidays and as soon as I came across this one I knew it was the winner. The colors seemed festive and the long sleeves made it perfect for the winter. I’ve already worn it for Thanksgiving and plan on wearing it for Christmas and perhaps New Year’s as well (no one can ever accuse me of not getting use out of my clothes – LOL). Rather than try and compete with the pattern, I found that simple black fishnet tights and black heels are the perfect complement. If you are looking to invest in a dress for special occasions, I would highly recommend picking up a piece from Clover Canyon. I know that pulling them out of my closet in 10 years will still give me the same excitement that it does now. Granted they still fit. Womp womp.

Dress – Clover Canyon (love this one and love this style with same print) | Tights – Commando | Shoes – J.Crew (similar here) | Nails – Tom Ford Carnal Red
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Bits and Pieces: Clover Canyon – A Love Affair

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 photo 9cf0265e-4bc3-4594-8164-3e7c7483b5cc.jpg photo 45220ca9-fe1f-4ba0-910c-d40566fccd75.jpg photo b4fea0a1-7698-4475-ac5c-4fe248d2058f.jpg photo c387f742-ed99-400c-bab7-77191a99de81.jpg photo 3728454e-a096-4634-afa1-6940442fa085.jpg  For someone who loves solid colors and neutral tones soooo much, my growing love affair with Clover Canyon pieces may seem a tad odd.  But all you have to do is take one look at the cut, prints and styles of their collection and it seems like a no-brainer.  My first piece was this summer stunner, and it took me a while to decide on my next piece, but when it hits me, it HITS me.  I saw this dress initially and pinned it to my must buy board, only to go back in a few weeks to find it sold out EVERYWHERE.  Cue panic and hyperventilation.  So I gave up the dream until I came across stock on Bloomingdales.com and snatched one up immediately deciding that I would wear this special piece for my birthday.  Then the backorder notice came – and my birthday dress dreams were crushed.  So much drama for one little dress!  Finally it arrived after my birthday but with good ol’ Turkey Day right around the corner, I felt it would be perfect.  Of course like the 9 year old I am, I couldn’t wait until then so I threw it on this past weekend when we went to dinner to get it out of my system.  And get it out I did!  Between the unique print and adorable fit-n-flare style, I was sassing all over the place in this dress.  It is quite a splurge but the quality of this brand is worth every penny, and since Mary Katronzou and Etro are currently out of my price range, I feel Clover Canyon is the perfect affordable option.  Sass on, Maree. Sass on.

Dress – Clover Canyon (here in a spring color and also loving this and this) | Tights – Simply Vera | Boots – J.Crew (similar here)

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