Despite the chill in the air, spring is here. And with that, I have a gorgeous boho vintage find that is evocative of the freshness of the season.
This dress is by 1970s label Clothes by Samuel Sherman. Samuel Sherman was the in-house designer during the 1960s and 1970s for other labels such as Concept and Dollyrockers as well as having established his own line Sambo in the 1940s.
This prairie-style cotton dress is maxi-length, with pretty mid-length lace sleeves, a drawstring lace neckline, and a generous floral pinafore, with a frill at the hem. I was lucky enough to find this rare gem of the dress at the fantastic Treasures Shop in Newmarket, where I’d initially popped in just for a browse.
I wanted to stay in keeping with the fresh floral look, so I’ve accessorised this dress with gold and tan colours. This delicate 1980s 9ct gold locket with its floral motif is a perfect match for an equally delicate floral dress, as is this gold-plated leaf ring. I’ve mixed it up with these Sri Lankan gold earrings, handed down to me from my mum and a gold headband. A straw hat, small shoulder bag and floral tan shoes keep the look soft and summery. Just bring on those glorious golden cornfields and blue skies and we’re all set!