Monday, April 28, 2014

Sounds of saxophones and improvisational rhythms float through the air as you explore a local jazz festival or enjoy a delightful libation at a downtown jazz club. The Jazz Era is often thought to be one of the most influential periods of both music and culture, and continues to be an art form found in contemporary clubs and record collections. Our latest feature, Bourbon Street, gives a nod to this iconic time.

 Now that days are stretched longer, our nights out on the town are no longer accompanied by heavy coats and tall boots! Instead, we are free to embrace light lace frocks and pretty woven sandals while dancing the night away to the sounds of Miles Davis and Duke Ellington. Bourbon Street evokes all of our favorite eras of jazz with touches of art deco, classic silhouettes, and vintage-inspired patterns. 

Whether you're exploring the Jazz Quarters of New Orleans, twirling in a embroidered dress to the sounds of a local jazz band, or spending a night in with your favorite record, the styles of our latest feature provide the perfect dose of musical inspiration. 

xo,
Ruche


Comments (5)
  • loooove that first dress! :)

    Posted on April 28, 2014

  • I'm so in love with that first dress!! Love this feature. Thank you so much for the opportunity to share a coupon code with those who visit my blog! I made a post about how in love I am with Ruche yesterday! - http://www.blog.hayleysolano.com/2014/04/ruche-love.html ♥

    Posted on April 29, 2014

  • Silly to ask..is this the same photographer you had in the past...I always look forward to the look books and the photography seems...well different.

    Posted on April 29, 2014

  • Love all of these. The second dress's design is very unique and I'm obsessed with the looks. Thanks for posting! <3

    Posted on April 30, 2014

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