Angelic in Alloy Tall


I have shared multiple edgy looks that I love with you ladies over the past few weeks. But everyone loves a simple and elegant summer dress option, so this week I am switching it up as we admire the beautiful Grace Lace Angel Sleeve Dress c/o Alloy Tall.

The Grace Lace Angel Sleeve Dress is offered in 2 lengths, 34’ and 36’ for us long legged ladies. Naturally my 6’4 self opted for the ‘Tall’ style with the 2’ added length. But even with the added length, I think the dress is intended to be on the shorter side. So go ahead ladies, show a little leg!


I am wearing the dress in a XXL, and there are 2 layers; a basic white underdress, covered with the lace detail dress. The lace fabric under each arm creates a winged effect and the tie at the waist allows you to accentuate your shape.


I wore this dress for the first time on my birthday this year on a hot summer night in the city. We had an outside dinner with our friends and I was worrying about possibly getting too hot and sweaty. I was very pleasantly surprised with how the dress allowed air through and prevented my body temperature from reaching uncomfortable heights.

The dress has a bohemian feel and truly will give you that effortless feminine festival look. Needless to say this dress will be in my suitcase for Coachella next year.

Throw on a pair of sandals and head to brunch, or slip on a pair of heels and you are ready to paint the town red. With refreshing versatility, the Grace Lace Angel Sleeve Dress is a great choice for all ladies. It also just so happens to be on sale right now, so get it while you can!



Photo Credit: Kyle Blair from Headshots for New York



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