December 11th, 2016
Nili Lotan PF17

Long & Lean, Cont.

Either of these Nili Lotan PF17 looks would be a chic and comfortable hostess outfit, especially for a dinner at home–too bad they won’t be in stores until July…

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MADEWELL

Fleet cotton-canvas jacket

SONIA RYKIEL

Crepe midi dress

GIANVITO ROSSI

Satin sandals

MARKUS LUPFER

Printed silk-chiffon midi dress

A.P.C.

Cross-body bag

VINCE

Cashmere sweater

VINCE

Striped silk shirt

LEMAIRE

Belted midi dress

TIBI

Smocked-neck cotton-poplin top

TIBI

Skirt

VANESSA SEWARD

Belted dress

VALENTINO

Sleeveless Midi Dress

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  • For at-home entertaining, I would have a hard time moving around in a long and very straight skirt. For me, they feel a bit dour – I wouldn’t feel happy or festive wearing either ensemble.

    PaulaDecember 12th, 2016  12:59 AM

     
  • Been ‘lean’n’ towards this look all yr …
    Not even worn a mid length skirt for what
    seems like eons !
    Just feels so right ….. gettin longer … x

    saraDecember 12th, 2016  7:23 AM

     
  • Gorgeous……..

    Sue TothDecember 12th, 2016  10:20 AM

     
  • Love them both but would wear with a pretty flat mule for entertaining at home.

    Karima | A Note On StyleDecember 12th, 2016  10:46 AM

     
  • Nili Lotan is always the ultimate but I like where you’re going with this in the diy sense: any lovely slip dress under a comfy chic sweater. I agree with Katrina about the flat mule or jewelled slipper. Thanks for putting this in my brain.

    SueMDecember 12th, 2016  4:02 PM

     
  • Love the sweater with the silk charmeuse skirt – great combo. I’d wear either to a cocktail or dinner party, but probably not at home as I’m a very messy cook!

    KathyDecember 12th, 2016  7:46 PM

     

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