With your Fourth of July barbecues in mind, I was cosmically drawn to this lightweight tie dye halter dress for today. A quintessential summer piece from the economically sustainable line, Suno, it is exactly what you need to shut it down under the sun.
But before you slip one on, take a moment to read about the line’s story. Started by Max Osterweis in 2008, Suno designs were first developed in New York City’s Garment district and then sent to Kenya where they are fully formed by local artisans…so fashionably cool. I am enthralled with Suno‘s entire S/S Collection—as well as their upcoming F/W looks—but feel everyone will favor today’s 100% silk tie dye gem, complete with a waist tie and pockets. I know I do. 🙂 For a perfect hot weather ensemble, just rock this little piece of Kenya with a few other summer staples: a floppy hat, neutral wedges and blackout sunnies. xoRZ
P.S. Is there a summer wedding or other outdoor event coming up that you need a stylish outfit for? Get your inspiration from my latest Ask Rachel story!