• Print dresses look fresh and new this season. After dressing mostly in separates for so long, I’m liking dresses for a complete, pulled-together look. It feels refreshingly easy to put on a dress and not have to be concerned with putting together an entire outfit. These print dresses don’t need extra belts and, often, not much jewelry to look quite polished. Most of these styles are actually secured faux wraps so you don’t need to pin them to prevent gaping open at the neckline. The soft jersey fabrics are comfortable, too. It’s little wonder they’ve become a classic. Many of them are actually machine washable and they’re well-priced.

    Length can be an issue with dresses, so one needs to pay attention to measurements. We don’t know the model’s height or the size she’s wearing, but the description does give the length of a size 8 dress. You can measure the back length of one of the dresses in your closet to estimate what might work for you. Of course, length is a personal preference. One can always take up a hem, but there’s not much to do with a dress that is too short. (I find that at 5’4″, anything less than about 36” is too short for me.) The length of sleeves for some arm coverage is also good on these dresses.


    Karen Kane

    An elegant wrap dress that’s easy to wear yet sophisticated. It can go anywhere.

    Adrianna Papell
    MORE INFOThis dramatic, but wearable, print dress in stretchy jersey is actually a faux wrap so it’s secure without pinning.
    dress3 Maggy London
    MORE INFOA little longer in length and long sleeves in this attractive print style. It’s actually a pull-over and machine washable.
    Donna Morgan
    MORE INFOThe bold black and white graphic print has accents of hop pink. It’s a faux wrap and A-line style which is a pull-over and machine washable.
    dress5 Connected
    MORE INFOLook closely at the secured side wrap detail which adds drama. The dress is knee length, pull-over and machine washable.
    MORE INFOThis elegant graphic print style is an A-line with scooped neck and ruching at the waist.  It’s lined and machine washable.

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    As a designer and entrepreneur, products for women have been my focus. Dianne Sullivan Designs created fun jewelry for boutiques and department stores. Miraflores Designs designed and supplied custom branded soap, shampoo and other toiletries for hotel chains. With Bay Linens, Inc, we created decorative bedding sold through Bloomingdales, Bed, Bath & Beyond and other retailers. Our home decor products, with the brand, China Seas, is sold at Isetan Department stores in Japan. At this stage of life I'm connecting with other women over 50 who want to examine their interests and to connect with each other. At ZestNow.com I want to gather useful information and inspiration for this new phase of life.

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