Once upon a time there was a fair maiden with a closet full of beautiful black frocks. She wore her always chic, always sophisticated staple pieces day in and day out without putting too much thought into it. One day, she tired of looking like all the other maidens in the land and decided to spice things up a bit. She did so by adding colors and patterns into her daily routine. She was already lovely, but in her new fun and flirty frocks, she stood out from the rest. This caused her to catch the eye of a very handsome prince. He appreciated her independent spirit and confidence.
L to R: Nanette Lepore Go Getter Printed Dress, $298, Herve Leger Geometric Print Mini Dress, $1,850, Thakoon Floral Print Peasant Dress, $665, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent High Low Tank Dress, $335, Topshop Navy Petal Print Notch Tea Dress, $78
L to R: Parker Print Ruffle Dress, $195, Joie Perrier Silk Floral Printed Dress, $228, Matthew Williamson Escape Printed Silk Chiffon Dress, $1,350, RebeccaTaylor Leopard Print Ruffle Dress, $295, Alice and Olivia Matilda Boquet Print Dress, $367
After seeing how these prints caught the prince’s attention, all the other maidens followed suit. Luckily, with so many options in color, prints, and patterns, none of the maidens ever looked the same.
And they all lived happily ever after.
Total guy moment – but what exactly is the difference between a frock and a dress? When I hear “frock” I hear “18th Century Imperial England”. I ask only because if I’m ever confronted with chicas with poor style, I can tell them to go frock themselves.