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We're not always one for dainty party dresses — we de-"girl" many delicate heels with socks and put chunky necklaces on frilly necklines. But Honor's first-ever (!!) resort line serves up so-chic frocks that shouldn't be messed with. In deep blues and blacks, the line boasts garments tough enough for downtowners, but, with melted sunset patterns and sheer hemlines, the cuts are soft enough to go to dinner with the parents (or high tea with grandma). Collared tops pair beautifully with pleated-to-perfection A-line skirts and a mint green trench is lightweight enough to wrap over printed silk pants. But don't take our word for it, click through, check out the line, and trust us when we say the materials are even more inspiring in person. We're calling this a first-try home run.
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