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Is your alarm set for 8AM EST on Monday morning? If not, it should be– because that’s when the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale goes live! All sales are final, so I wanted to pull together my top 10 favorite Lilly looks of all time in today’s post. Some of these styles will be on sale (and I’ll mark which ones are!), so feel free to ask about fit and sizing!
1. Bellamie Top
I ordered the Lilly Pulitzer Bellamie Top from last season’s After Party Sale. I think I paid less than $40 for it, and it’s my favorite steal to date. The Bellamie is well made, colorful yet sophisticated, and ultra flattering. You can see it styled and learn more details about the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale September 2018 here.
The Marlowe Shirtdress is my all-time favorite Lilly Pulitzer dress. It costs under $100, is conservative enough to wear to the office, and legitimately feels like pajamas. Plus, this is one of those items that randomly comes back in stock online during After Party Sales. If you do happen to see it on sale, snag it while you can! You won’t regret this one.
Palazzo pants always reminded me of MC Hammer pants… until I found these beauties. I decided to give Lilly’s take on palazzo pants a try while they were on sale at the last Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale, and I’m hooked. They’re so comfy, y’all, and they’re surprisingly easy to style. If you’re on the fence, different styles of Lilly Pulitzer palazzo pants are always discounted during the After Party Sales!
I bought this top in Key West a few years ago, and it’s probably my most worn summer top of all time. The hot pink color is striking, and the ruffle hem detail is darling. I get compliments every time I wear it, and it’s held up to an embarrassing amount of late night snacks and spilled margaritas.
Every Lilly lovers needs at least one classic shift dress. The Janice dress is mine. It’s striking, flattering, and timelessly classic. This was a pricier style– I think I paid over $200 for it, but it was well worth it. Whether it’s church, brunch, or vacation, you’ll have dozens of opportunities to wear this style throughout the year.
6. Dusk Romper
The Dusk Romper is easily one of the comfiest Lilly Pulitzer items I’ve ever worn. As much as I love classic Lilly shift dresses, they usually limit your range of motion, which is less than ideal when you’re relaxing on vacation. The Dusk Romper solved that problem.
I was attending a summer conference in Charleston (and packed poorly beforehand) when I saw this dress hanging in the window. It was love at first site! The material is soft and flowy, unlike most of the more structured Lilly Pulitzer shift dresses, and the length is shorter than normal, making it the perfect summer cocktail dress!
Ugh, I would own the Palmetto Dress in every print if I could. Since I can’t, I’m glad I’ve got it in this light pink flamingo pattern, which I snagged over 5 years ago. It’s soft and comfy, can be easy dressed up or down, and costs under $100. Plus, it’s gone through at least 100 wash cycles and hasn’t shrunk or deteriorated. Wins all around.
The Colette Scallop Hem Skort is my most recent Lilly Pulitzer purchase, and it was $80 well spent. I love the scallop hem detail and how well constructed (and comfy!) it is. Seriously, y’all– I got so much wear out of it this summer. If you love skirts and skorts, I can’t recommend this one enough. Oh, and this style will likely be on sale during the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale. Keep an eye out for it!
I don’t have cleavage, and the Pearl Shift Dress magically fixed my flat chest. Even with its pastel sailboat pattern, the Pearl is one of the edgier, more revealing Lilly styles, which is actually what I like about it. It twists the traditional Lilly shift dress into something a bit more mature and unique, and I love it.
What’s your favorite ever Lilly Pulitzer purchase?