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From the Victoria's Secret variety (Gigi Hadid) to local indie stars (Langley Fox and Caroline Vreeland), models are loving LA-based line BreeLayne. As you might expect from a label with such a high-profile, fashion-forward clientele, price tags on these pieces — frequently utilizing uber-luxe materials like four ply silk, suede, and lambskin leather — aren't exactly what you might consider conservative (just being real).
That said, we scoured the praised designer's spring collection to find you something to wear that won't totally break the bank, and were psyched to find this Renaissance via 1960s style babydoll dress that will set you back a moderate $575. Here's another angle.
We know at that price the peach-hued dress is definitely still an investment piece, but considering the soft feminine silhouette that's got a modern-boho vibe, plus the expert tailoring, we foresee getting plenty of mileage. Summer wedding? For sure. Date night? Yep. Saturday night in, dancing alone to the entire Lemonade record? Yeah, that works too. See? Amazingly versatile.