Greylin’s collection of asymmetrical maxi dresses, retro-chic tops and sweaters, and flattering tops reflects clothing designer Dora Lim’s Brazilian heritage — think rich colors, bold prints, and ultra-feminine silhouettes. Based in Los Angeles, Lim got an early start in the apparel trade: she spent much of her childhood at her parents’ clothing factory, where she watched workers transform raw materials into brand-new fashions. As an adult, Lim traveled around the world — picking up influences from interior design, abstract patterns, and architecture and incorporating them into her designs. From a silk crepe dress in fuchsia or periwinkle to floral-print rompers and skirts, Greylin offers women’s clothing that’s both on-trend and timeless.
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Sunday Night Steals Up to 70% OffScore some of the hottest styles of the season by your favorite designer names — at prices you're sure to love. This one-stop shop is filled with clothing and accessories to make updating your wardrobe a total breeze.
Vintage-Inspired Spring StyleThere’s something about the long sunny days (and breezy nights) of spring that puts us in the mood for the relaxed, romantic styles of the past. Bring the best of vintage to a modern place with this assortment: You’ll find everything from silk floral tunics and wrap dresses to embroidered lace tops and perfectly distressed denim cut-offs — for a classic Americana look.
The Ultimate Dress Shop: The MaxiIs there anything more effortless than a maxi to help ease your wardrobe into summer? It's one-piece dressing at its finest, and since the go-to staple is as comfortable as it is cute, there's practically nowhere under the sun you can't wear it. Hit the beach with natural-material accessories and comfortable flat sandals, then toss a layering piece on top to make it city-ready in an instant. Snag more of my style tips to maximize your maxi, then scoop up a versatile version of your own in the sale below—consider it your warm-weather uniform.
—TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director