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Sail to Sable

I want to let you in on a little secret, if you don’t know about it already. And that is Sail to Sable. One of the cutest lines for spring/summer! It has definitely become one of my favourite brands.

STS has a very coastal, fun, and relaxed feel about it, while maintaining timeless elements such as clean stripes, bold hues, and high quality fabrics. It has the most darling tunic dresses, tunic shirts, and has a lot of other pieces as well to satisfy your wardrobe for all four seasons! Plus – bonus! – it fits GREAT for petites (can I get a yay?!)

Here are a few of my favourites for this season:

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Cabbage Sleeve Linen Dress

The nexus of these two colors is fabulous and makes the sleeveless “classic STS tunic” extra fun, reminding us of sherbert, cotton candy, and all things yummy. STS has plenty more colour combos to satisfy your eyes.16p

Rompin on the Roller Coaster

I will be honest – I am not a romper gal. I have never found one that has fit my petite frame well. However, this bright pink and melon color block combo in elegant silk just might have me converted. Also. And also. I die.

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Tucket in Tweed Blazer

Now this is something I love about STS. It has pieces that smoothly transition you through seasons. This is one of them. And, perfectly chic for the office (they have a lot of that…)!

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The Classic Navy

The “classic STS tunic” also comes in a long-sleeved version, which is great for transitioning seasons or on those cool summer evenings.

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Scarlett Adults | Scarlett Kids

As if you haven’t fallen in love already – STS is involved in some pretty wonderful causes, too. 100% of net proceeds of the Scarlett Mommy and me tunics go directly to The Scarlett Fund, which benefits pediatric cancer research for novel targeted therapies which will lead to shorter, more effective, and less toxic cancer treatments for children. Pretty great, if you ask me.

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