Woven silk-blend skirt
- Mesh front panel with embroidered appliqué detail
- Tonal top stitching and panel seaming
- Exposed back zipper closure
- Fully lined
* 21½" from waist to hem; taken from a size 8
* Model's height is 5 feet 9 inches
Care: Dry clean only
97% cotton and 3% spandex shell. 96% polyester and 4% spandex lining
“All white looks so clean and modern at the moment,” Kate Dimmock, fashion director of People StyleWatch, says. “Before this spring, I think if you’d worn a white dress with white shoes you might have looked a little like a well dressed nurse, but now we're at a time when it’s all about breaking the rules.” That means taking a cue from the runways by wearing the hue head-to-toe (Jil Sander, Rag & Bone, and Max Mara are all worth emulating), and trying out a previously-uncool accessory: “White pumps! There’s not a single stylish celebrity who hasn’t worn them.” Let Kate’s style inspire you, then shop the sale to break the rules in style.
Catherine Malandrino's elegant, energetic dresses, shoes, jumpsuits, and other designs meld the romance of Paris with the vitality of Manhattan. Born in Grenoble, France and based in NYC, Malandrino achieved her star-making moment in 2001, when her Manhattan clothing and accessories store was featured in an episode of "Sex and the City." Since then she’s become one of the most successful designers in the world — collaborating with Lacoste on a sporty womenswear collection, creating the high-end line Malandrino, guest-judging on “Make Me a Supermodel,” and always remaining true to her vision. Her belief? Individuality is at the heart of fashion: No two women should look alike.