I’ve mentioned my love of Molly Moorkamp on the blog before and today I’m excited to feature one of her absolutely stunning new arrivals! I fell in love with this white shift at a trunk show she did in Greenwich a couple months ago and was over the moon when it appeared on my doorstep. This is the kind of dress that makes me want to get married all over again — it would be perfection for an engagement party or bridal shower! I’m excited to have it on hand for holiday cocktail parties… is there anything chicer than a winter white moment? Be sure to check out the rest of her line as I am just in love with her point of view and attention to detail! You can shop more of her pieces on The SIL as well (like this turquoise number I wore to a summer wedding and a party during fashion week). I can’t get enough!

I know we all have lots of festivities this time of year (cocktail parties, office parties, winter weddings, etc.!) so at the end of the post I’ve rounded up a few more dresses I’m loving right now. I’m planning on wearing this one to our family Thanksgiving in Rhode Island this week!

design darling molly moorkamp white shift dress

design darling molly moorkamp white shift

molly moorkamp white shift with navy heels

molly moorkamp white shift on design darling

design darling molly moorkamp dress

design darling molly moorkamp

molly moorkamp white shift dress design darling

molly moorkamp white shift

Molly Moorkamp white shift c/o

J.Crew earrings (old, similar here and here)  //  BHLDN champagne coupe  //  Sam Edelman heels

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  1. If you’re interested in checking out/showcasing smaller, American-made brands, check out Alice Walk. The founder was a friend/classmate of mine at Bowdoin, and she is from Boston’s south shore, so the aesthetic is very New England cocktail attire (the silhouettes and fabrics are RIGHT up your alley). She does bespoke dresses, capes, blouses, etc., and they’re incredibly well made (and not badly priced).

  2. If you are interested in checking out/showcasing smaller American-made clothing brands, check out Alice Walk – the aesthetic is right up your alley (she’s from Hingham/Boston, so it’s very much New England cocktail-type attire), and everything is so well made. A friend of mine from Bowdoin started the company, and it’s bespoke dresses, capes, etc. at, honestly, pretty reasonable prices (for custom work, that is). Molly Moorkamp’s work is beautiful, by the way.