You don't have to prance around in Rome's Trevi Fountain with Marcello Mastroianni to wear Dolce Vita's sexy shoes, boots, and womenswear. Founded by Italian designer Gastone Lucioli, Dolce Vita pays close attention to what Hollywood’s bright young things are wearing, and reinterprets their favorite styles at affordable price points. With spike detailing, metallic pointed cap toes, and other hardware and embellishments, Dolce Vita's stiletto booties, platform pumps, and other footwear is for the fashionably fearless. The label's lineup of ready-to-wear plaid tops, asymmetrical jackets, ripped denim, and vintage-inspired dresses nails the Hollywood hipster look and offers the perfect counterpoint to Dolce Vita's sexy shoes. If Dolce Vita's flagship collection leaves you wanting more, check out DV for Dolce Vita: its street-chic younger sister, launched in 2006.
Decidedly coquettish finds, from breezy printed dresses to flirty peplum blouses.
Nothing in fashion history can compare to the singularly iconic — and universally flattering — Little Black Dress. From Coco Chanel to Breakfast at Tiffany's, it has withstood the test of time, remaining an essential element in every woman’s wardrobe. It’s almost always the right answer to, “What should I wear?”, lending itself as well to a girls’ night out as it does to a city wedding. If you don’t already own one, you’re long overdue to invest. And if you do, there’s always room for one more. Get inspired by my tips, then shop the sale below to find your own iconic LBD.<br /> —TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director
Find your perfect fit wit this mix of summer sandals, ballet flats, sneakers, and heels.
Play with pattern in splashy floral dresses, graphic chevron tunics, and more.