Karen Kane Palm Print Dress

Karen Kane Palm Print Dress

Thank you to Karen Kane for partnering with me on this post. All opinions are my own.

There’s nothing like a breezy summer dress to wear on a warm, sunny day!  I recently discovered the darling palm print Karen Kane dress and I simply can’t get enough.  Scroll down to see how I styled this fun summer dress!

Karen Kane Palm Print Dress

Karen Kane Palm Print Dress

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Dress: Karen Kane | Blazer: Brooks Brothers (similar style) | Shoes: Gianni Bini | Bag: Henri Bendel (old)


This beautiful Karen Kane palm print dress features a full skirt and an asymmetrical handkerchief hemline.  I really love how full the skirt is!  It adds a hint of drama to an otherwise casual summer dress.  The material is light, making it easy to wear even on a hot summer day.   The waist is cinched with a printed belt, but it could easily be replace by a thin belt of your own choosing (maybe one in blue or pink?).

I also love how versatile this particular summer dress is.  It can be dressed up with heels and jewelry or down with sandals and a straw handbag.  Here, I dressed it up with a pair of minimalist, strappy nude heels and one of my favorite summer blazers from Brooks Brothers.  The blazer was a fun find in a vintage market a about five years ago and I’m always excited to bring it out when the weather turns warm.  The light blue of the blazer adds a subtle pop of playfulness to the outfit.

My Brooks Brothers blazer is no longer available, so I found a few similar options for y’all. This Brooks Brothers double-breasted jacket is the exact light blue of my original blazer and this very similar BB Dakota blazer is only $88!

I finished the outfit off with my Henri Bendel Waldorf handbag, dainty studs, and oversized black sunglasses.

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