This week, we saw lots of happy Gwynnie Bee members in outfits ranging from technicolor dresses to lots of polka dots. We love the variety and have spotlighted several of our favorites from the week below. Let us know what you think of the looks in the comments!

Spotted on Instagram: @elle726 in the Alfani Belted Polka Dot Dress (sizes 10-24) sans belt and with a hot pink blazer. We love the pop of the pink with the classic black and white polka dots.

Misti, aka The Entertainista, oozed confidence in this NY Collection Printed Floral Maxi Dress (sizes 1x-3x) paired with aviators and sleeked-back hair. Spotted on Instagram @entertainista.

Misti also blogged about her efforts to wear less black and went completely technicolor with the One World Bold Printed Dress (sizes 1x-3x). We love the vibrant colors of this dress, and Misti styled it fabulously with some capri leggings, black loafers, lots of arm candy and a studded envelope clutch.

Sarah of Fashion Apocalypse looked gorgeous in the IGIGI Riley Dress (sizes 12-30/32) which was in her first Gwynnie Bee shipment. We love her cream and black handbag and nude heels.

Hannah of An Old Story styled one of our current hot items from our ASOS Curve collection: the Skater Dress in Blue Floral (sizes 10-22). We love how she always introduces an original vintage flair to all of her outfits. The contrasting print polka dot sash, white-rimmed sunglasses and delicate drop earrings make this dress even sweeter than it is on its own.

The ever-lovely Katie of Hems for Her was a proud mama for her son’s Pre-K graduation in the Kiyonna Ciara Cinch Dress in Teal (sizes 0-4). We love the heavy metal accessories and the metallic T-strap heels. This is truly one of those pieces that you can dress up or dress down for any occasion.

Member Sarah S. posted a 2-piece Gwynnie Bee look on our Facebook page. She paired the Eloquii Printed Cowl Dress (sizes 10-24) and the MYNT 1792 Nolita Moto Jacket (sizes 1x-4x). She looks so put together with the jacket, and looked great without it as well. A great example of how to mix your Gwynnie Bee items to see how they work. The results are often wonderful!

We were so happy to see Rebecca S. post this on our Facebook page: “My first Gwynnie Bee garment. LOVED it! Also, I wore it without the shrug. A first for me. I always cover up my arms. I decided to just let it go yesterday. Yay!” Eloquii Printed Wrap Dress (sizes 14-24) Yay, indeed!

Tina M. looks radiant in the Kiyonna Betsey Ruched Polka Dot Dress (sizes 0-4). She posted this on our Facebook page: “I have no where to go tonight, but I had to play dress up with this Kiyonna dress! I usually wear ultra-girly, a-line dresses, so going body-con is weird.” We think the retro-look with the red flower, patent belt, and lipstick is perfect on her.

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What Gwynnie Bee items did you wear this week?

  • Comments ( 4 )

  • Rebecca

    Squeeeee! Thank you for including me. It was such a fun dress. I can’t wait to see what’s next!

    • gwynnie

      Of course! Thanks so much for sharing the photos with us. We loved you in that dress.

  • Cynthia

    It is so helpful to see different body types in the clothes. I often wish that members could select a body type icon to go with their reviews. If someone LOVES a dress and says it fits great, it would be helpful to me to know if they a 5’3 apple shape or a 6 foot hourglass. Know what I mean?

    • gwynnie


      This is a great idea and we’re working on how we can incorporate body type guidance/reference into the site and discovery experience. Your suggestion is a great one and I’ll definitely pass it along to the product team.

      In the mean time, we’ll be featuring a new collection of suggestions next week curated for ladies who are on the shorter end. Would love to see your feedback on our first collection created to consider body shape.:)