J. Jill’s May collection is full of fresh pretty linen pieces, like this two tier maxi dress.
This post is written as a collaboration with J.Jill. All J.Jill items were given to me to review. All opinions are all my own as always.
And yes, it’s linen … and yes, it wrinkles. I had used the steam refresh setting on my drier and the dress looked just right, but then after riding in the car with my seat belt on, this is the way it looked. I keep reading that the wrinkles are part of the charm of linen! What do you think?
The dress is flattering and this Batik Blue is so pretty (also available in white). I love the crinkled textured top and the crossover effect in the back. Like all J.Jill pieces, it’s high quality and well made. Machine wash cold. Size down one size (this is an XS).
This is the J.Jill Jute Tote. It’s made of all natural fibers with leather wrapping on the handles. I love how hearty it is and I’ve been carrying it every day since I got it. It’s a purse, a tote, a book bag, a beach bag … It feels very rugged like it will last forever (I’ll keep ya posted!).
This necklace is par of J.Jill’s Compassion Fund collection, where parts of the proceeds go to helping women in need. Such a good cause and a pretty mixed metal pendant with a wildflower design.
The Supporting Players
I’m wearing my Jambu Viola sandals (C/O). Remember you can get 20% off the Jambu website with code FASHION18. The sunglasses are from ASOS, Aldo Tooke Tort Cat Eyes.
From last week’s link up … my very favorite post was Susan’s, sharing her experience with her daughter and Soma Intimates.
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