By now you might have heard of the It-girl go-to brand Reformation. What makes Reformation different, is their admirable mission. It’s all about sustainability! They use environmentally-friendly practices and materials to make gorgeous, sassy styles for a fraction of the environmental impact of fast fashion (what’s not to love?). I am personally soooo obsessed with their dresses. Always available in fun prints, including polka dots, florals, stripes, etc., every dress feels like an easy win: throw it on and live your life while looking nonchalantly fabulous. You can find anything from casual slip dresses ($98) to wedding options (up to $350). And what I love most, is all Reformation pieces seem to have an eye for layering – you can imagine these worn with a jean or leather jacket over the shoulders. Voila, summer to fall. I can’t forget to mention the fabrics are luxurious too like the Velvet Anoush Dress or the Silk Getty Dress. I know I sound like and ad (and this is not one) I just really love their stuff. Plus free shipping and returns. Swoon.
Styles on the site do sell out quickly since everything is made as limited-run, but the plus side is there is always something new to shop. And while dresses are my favorite, they have fantastic blazers (I want all the plaid ones: Lazer Blazer and Claudette Coat), and sweaters that look so cozy. I want this Doen Lulu Sweater, but need to save some cashmoneyrecords first. Some things run (very slightly) small, so if you are between sizes go up, if you aren’t, go with your true to size.
Worth noting that if you return an item, be sure to postmark it within 14 days. Anything returned between 14-21 days is store credit only, and after that, no returns at all. (I’ve been guilty of missing the deadline myself and have quite a bit of store credit now, ooops. Not a terrible problem to have, I guess.)Outfit Details: Dress: Reformation Boston Dress (size 6), Bag: Zara, Sunglasses: Elizabeth and James Allen in Mono, Lipstick: Nars Dragon Girl