Mint Green Scooter Dress

I’m so happy with my new minty green mini dress. I love mod, 60s-inspired designs and fell in love with the Mondrian-esque color-blocking on this number.

scooter dress

Dress: Lois Eastlund
Shoes: Adrienne Vitadini
Bag: Forever 21

I was lucky to stumble into a pop-up shop when I spent the day in Chelsea last month and when I saw the dresses in the Lois Eastlund display, I had a hard time deciding.

stewardess dress

So I picked two: this summer sale number and a blue and black shift from her fall line.

minty dress

Even though this is a summery style, I plan on wearing it with a cardi and knee-high boots when the weather cools. For today though, I paired this shift with my polypropylene wedges–they’re stretchy like a Body Glove swimsuit!

back view

Luckily Seattle is experiencing one last heat wave before fall hits so I can continue enjoying my summer clothes. Are you clinging to summer or have you switched into autumn wear?

Oh, I’m linking up with the Style Informant today. Check out what everyone else is wearing!


Filed under Ethical, Fashion

7 responses to “Mint Green Scooter Dress

  1. Gorgeous. You look wonderful in this dress. It’s so much fun, especially with the clear bag!

  2. Brian

    Great dress. There’s just something about a fun colour like minty green when combined with black and white accents that makes it look terrific. Very retro.

    • Thanks Brian! I feel like the black and white accents gives this dress more possibilities than a solid mint dress. I can tie it into my accessories and wear dark or light accents for a winter or summer look. Thanks for commenting!

  3. This dress is soooo 60s (I aughta know, I lived it) with an updated look–totally mod!! Lois has amazing designs! You look fabulous!! Love the colour on you and the purse is fun. It would be a challenge for me to make sure it’s tidy!

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