Editor’s Pick: Guess Nomad Silk Dress

by Freya Drohan

What: Did someone say wedding season? Now that spring has, well…not quite sprung, but is in someway springing at least, it’s time to start thinking about what to wear to all those nuptials you dutifully RSVPd to. And not that it’s a competition to be ‘best dressed’ on someone else’s big day…but if it was, this elegant printed silk maxi would have you leading the charge.

Who: For 40 years, Guess has been a mainstay on the international fashion scene. The brand redefined luxe yet laidback American glamour from the get go—not to mention through its iconic 1990s visuals starring the likes of Anna Nicole Smith, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, and a young Gigi Hadid—and its logo, ad campaigns, celebrity ambassadors, and product offering continue to ensure it abounds in popularity all over the world.

Why: Available in two hues and each featuring a painterly watercolor floral print, this demure yet statement-making Nomad Silk Dress can do it all. The sleeves and and reserved length make it appropriate for a myriad of dress codes—from garden fêtes to sunset cocktail receptions—while the waist-tie belt allows you to show off your figure. To take things up a notch, undo some buttons for a plunging v-neck effect. Add an Obi belt and some sky high strappy heels and you’re ready to rock day two of the festivities.

Where: guess.com

How much: $350

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1 comment

Martha Schaefer April 1, 2022 - 5:36 PM

Freya, love, love love your pick of pink nomad silk Guess dress. The $350 stops me from going any farther than dreaming. Happy dreams…can you imagine putting that on? Works for all body issues in the most flattering way, age no problem, event-you’re covered, color-suggests a healthy glow, material-slips on your body and changing it offers an internal voice saying leave it on. I could go on but I haven’t even seen it alive, or touched it’s promise. I’m an older, homebound woman trying to stay on top of a plethora of health issues. The comfort this dress suggests would allow me to celebrate at home and feel part of the glamour on TV. This would perpetuate the dream for hours each time you wear it. My disability can’t include this and eat at the same time. So I’m in humble mode hoping you can find me a Peter Pan that wants to help. I’m not in the position to make that my own but wouldn’t it be awesome to wake up knowing how much joy would come my way, a dream realized. Thank you for reading me and offering the vision to realize my dream. I can live vicariously right? Have a good day.


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