STINE GOYA Jasmine Dress in Wavy Stripes Blue

This Designer is Amazingly Talented!!!
Stine Goya is in love with color. The Danish designer has always been enchanted by the way different hues can tell a story, finding them infinitely malleable and inexhaustibly inspiring. So when Goya launched her namesake brand in 2006, her ability to marry colors and prints instantly became her signature. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, the label creates fresh collections of Stine Goya dresses and tops every season (four times a year) that never cease to thrill—though whether it’s because of their modern-vintage elements or inimitable color-drenched charms, I can’t say. And frankly, I wouldn’t want to— I simply love it all! (And I have a feeling you will, too.)

This playful and feminine dress is a signature Goya style. It is designed with a voluminous silhouette, long sleeves with a balloon effect, buttoned cuffs, small ruffles at collar and a loop closure at its v-neck. Cut above the knee. The Wavy Stripes Blue print is inspired by a dress worn by the Swan Lee Radziwill to the Black & White Ball. With reference to the 70’s, this print has been created in a colour palette mixing brown, black and clay blue in a wavily striped pattern. It appears on three styles made from viscose.

How fun is this!? This dress is amazing and striking and FUN. It was comfortable and great quality. The fabric was heavy in a good way. Cannot recommend enough. Obsessed with everything Stine Goya makes. The print seems like a lot but more conservative in person. Great flowy cut without being shapeless. Got loads of compliments and highly recommend. 


Len Parent

“The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” —Alicia Keys

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