Floral Peplum Dress

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I had really been dreading this day, but it has finally come. Piperlime is closing its doors as of this Thursday, April 30. This week is your last chance to snatch up any last-minute items. Over the past few years,Piperlime has been one of my favorite places for handbags and unique clothing finds. I’m certainly sad to see it go.

Each item in this outfit post (bag, shoes and dress) came from Piperlime. The dress is sadly no longer available, but I love it so. The back is open and the peplum detail at the hip is so unique. For petite ladies, I will caution you that since Piperlime does not carry a petite line, I’ve always gotten clothing tailored. I had this dress taken in both at the sides and the shoulders. So, if you see an item you love, be prepared to spend a little extra on alterations.

The heels are still available in one color but in limited sizing, and this Rebecca Minkoff Mini Mac handbag is also available at Nordstrom in several color options.

The good news: get an extra 50% off with code GOODBYE, and everything is already up to 70% off.

These photos were taken from my sister’s bridal shower on Saturday, and we had such a great weekend. I hope that you all did, too. Thanks so much for reading!


Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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  1. 4.28.15
    Meryl said:

    Perfect look for a bridal shower. Well done!