There is nothing better than finding that perfect dress for daytime that also works for vacation. When I find a dress that looks and feels great, there is definitely an added spring to my step. With all of my travels, I find that dresses are easiest and lightest to pack and wear on trips. I recently discovered a brand that you will absolutely fall in love with. Sail to Sable has so many amazing options to choose from and you’ll see why they are a favorite of mine.
Where does the name Sail to Sable come from? The brand got the name from coastal communities on the East Coast. Founded by Jennifer Stocker in 2012, the brand is inspired by her upbringing in Connecticut and various beach resorts. Sail to Sable is a brand that focuses on satisfying the need for sophisticated women’s resort wear with a whimsical twist. I love how they use bold colors and patterns! I feel like it translates well for us in Dallas and it certainly resonates on all of my trips.
For an everyday spring look, I love to wear this long sleeve flutter hem dress for so many occasions. You can pair the dress with either a jean jacket and cute sneakers for a more casual look or a pair of dressier sandals for a nicer occasion. Both looks are perfect for running round town as well as vacation. I also love this long sleeve midi dress for the same look, but more length (obviously). It has a side zipper, which makes getting into it a breeze. This long sleeve embroidered dress is absolutely perfect for either a resort or beach. I loved wearing it on the Disney cruise.
This white caftan and this sleeveless maxi tunic are must-haves at the beach. I love pairing them with these Coach sandals and my favorite Hermes scarf tied as a headband. By the way, these two looks are coming from your direct from Belize. I can’t wait to get the blog post written about this adventure.
Which Sail to Sable look do you love most? Have you tried the brand? xoxo – Tanya
P.S. Sail To Sable fits me true to size. I am 5’8″ and wearing size small in all of the dresses.
Photo: Audrie Dollins