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Lucy's Picks: March Faves


 Every month we share the Sunroom arrivals that owner Lucy is loving — here’s her most recent edit of spring-ready favorites.

1. Above, trying on the Masscob Fortaleza Top in peach — 
“A great blouse can go a long way and I love that this one works equally well with old jeans as it does with the fanciest of pants. It can be dressed up for a polished, more formal look, or paired with faded denim and sneakers; interesting and fun but not overpowering.”

"This is one of those things you wear that says "I know what Im doing." It's not loud or over the top—it's actually quite simple and chic—but shows a strong point of view."

"This dress is essentially a big wide shirt, but it's cut in a way that hangs so nicely on the body. The weight of the fabric his heavy enough to really make you feel covered but light enough to be swingy and also comfortable in the heat. "

"Ughhh where do I even begin.... I LOVE this dress. I feel great in it. The fabric is mostly sheer but there's lots of it so you're not wearing a see-through dress. And it can be both a party dress or a day dress. Its currently my number one!"

"I'm not quite sure what it is about this dress but its making me want warmer weather desperately. The biscuit linen is so pretty and soft + it's the perfect shade of creamy nude that's beautiful on all complexions. I'm also a sucker for embroidery and I love the dress's shape with the nipped waist and fuller skirt." 

"A simple staple blouse that seems to work with anything its paired with. It's a no brainer and always comes in handy."

"Natalie Martin's Fiore Dress is one of my all-time favorite dresses. I have it in four different prints which somehow doesn't feel excessive. I even feel I could use another one since I wear them so much. The shape is so easy, it's the most flattering tent dress that ever was: The length is perfect to wear with flats, it's cute with boots in the winter and sandals in the summer, and it layers nicely under chunky knits or a leather jacket."