The Dress I Want to Wear EVERYWHERE (Yup, Even On Top of a Mountain)

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This season, I feel like I’m getting more and more into vibrant colors. I’m loving flirty dresses, and I have to say that — as always — Reformation is rocking the dress game this year.

Not only does Reformation make dresses that are true gems — designed with trends in mind and a hint of timelessness — they also are one of the few brands that offer plus sizes and sustainably made clothing. I give Reformation two big gold stars for their sustainable initiatives, and I absolutely love every single thing that they offer in plus size.

The Romantic Babydoll Dress I’ll Wear Anywhere & Everywhere

Puffed sleeves, dramatic babydoll dresses, and square necklines are trending this season, which is why I am in love with the Reformation Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress. It hits all the trends and is the most gorgeous shade of blue. I absolutely love it! In fact, I love it so much that I carried it with me to the top of the Corona Arch in Utah just for the occasion!

Puffed sleeves, dramatic babydoll dresses & square necklines are trending, which is why I'm in love w/ the Reformation Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress.

Find this dress at Reformation and Nordstrom

Yes, I am that girl who hiked through the high desert with an outfit change, and I would do it again! That’s how much I love this beauty. I think Reformation dresses are timeless, and I absolutely love how they fit my body. Not only did I hike this dress up the Arches in Moab, but I also wore it in 90+ degree weather with the highest humidity I have experienced in a long time and still felt great!

Reformation Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress Details

The Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress is made of a stretch poplin fabric and with 98% organically grown cotton and 2% spandex. Reformation explains that since using organically grown cotton restricts the use of genetically modified seeds and harsh chemicals, it helps to sustain the land.

Puffed sleeves, dramatic babydoll dresses & square necklines are trending, which is why I'm in love w/ the Reformation Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress.

This dress features double puffed sleeves for a more dramatic look, and a tight-fitting bodice. The back of the dress has a center zipper with a an elastic panel to provide give as your size fluctuates. It’s well-structured, has a great above-the-knee length and is a total show stopper.

Shop More Reformation Dresses To Wear On Top Of A Mountain…Or Really Anywhere!

There are so many amazing dresses to choose from, it really is hard just to pick one… So here are a few more I love!

Reformation dresses are a total dream! They are my favorite dresses for any occasion, and what I turn to most often when I am looking to feel sexy and confident. They work well for nights out, and are also easy enough to dress down.

Puffed sleeves, dramatic babydoll dresses & square necklines are trending, which is why I'm in love w/ the Reformation Michaela Puff Sleeve Babydoll Dress.

I find Reformation dresses to be 100% worth the investment, and I can’t recommend them enough. You all already know how much I love the Michaela dress, so I also recently pre-ordered this gem that is already selling out fast. Cheers to all the summer dress vibes, y’all!

XX – Kat

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6 COMMENTS

  1. You look gorgeous, Kat! The dress color looks amazing on you. Would you consider doing a post on your favorite Colorado hikes? Cheers!

    • Hi Dena, I totally can! I personally love the Paint Mines, anything in Cheyenne Cañon and the Sand Dunes are absolutely breath taking.

  2. You look stunning in that dress, and the color is amazing on you. My question mark is the fabric. I always find poplin sweaty, and hate how it shows perspiration stains…especially in a vibrant color. Was it an issue with this dress? I live in Florida, so humidity is no joke. I get about three good hair days a year and generally have a slightly damp glow about me.

    • Thank you so much!I didn’t find the dress to be sweaty at all. I’m not sure if you have ever spent any time in Wisconsin during the summer but it is wet and so damn humid. I wore it to my brother’s graduation and the weather that day was 95 degrees with 90% humidity. I had no sweat stains and was totally fine!

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