Park Güell Dress
A year and a half ago, I escaped to Europe for a two-week getaway. The third leg of my trip found me exploring the breathtaking sights of Barcelona, where I fell in love with the bizarrely brilliant and obsessively ornate works of the great Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi. With its pieced-together collar of jewel-centered ribbon flowers and floral panels trimmed in metallic stitching, this stunning frock is reminiscent of one of Gaudi's most awe-inspiring creations, Park Güell - a tangle of intertwining paths and sprawling grounds filled with benches, archways, and even giant iguanas covered in glittering ceramic mosaics. This stunning dress' romantic skirt of ivory lace, layered over a neutral base, as well as its modern exposed zipper that runs down the back of the pale pink top, seem to capture the fantasy-world feel of Güell, as well as the bohemian spirit of the surrounding city. When I return to Barcelona - and I assure you, it's only a matter of time before I do - I'd like to model this magnificent number with a shrunken cardi, canvas flats, and an armful of artisan-inspired bangles, then marvel once more at Gaudi's most chimerical contribution to that magical city. -Molly, Fashion Writer
Final Sale: This item cannot be returned or exchanged.
- Self: 95% Rayon, 5% Spandex. Lining: 80% Cotton, 20% Nylon.
- Elasticized waist provides approximately 3" of stretch.
- Hand wash cold. Do not bleach. Hang to dry.
- Exposed back zipper. Lined skirt.