Saturday, November 12, 2011

Riller and Fount Love.

There are only a few brands that I own a lot of pieces from...J Brand, Missoni, Alexander Wang, Forever 21. Most of the time, I share the love with any brand and any clothing item that inspires me and/or is very flattering on my body type. One of the brands I truly love is Riller and Fount. I own 6 or 7 pieces from the line, and each one is comfortable, travels well, and can be dressed up or down with ease. You can't ask for much more in any clothing item, can you? Well...unless it hides my addiction to Halloween Oreos ;)

Below I've posted pictures of some of the pieces I have. They are styled for everything from a high school reunion, Seattle Mariners team dinner, get together with friends, days full of running errands, and a night on the town in Atlanta. So check out Riller and Fount online - or with the links below - and add a piece from this amazing line to your wardrobe! (Or add it to your Christmas wish list!) You will love this "work horse" piece!

This one-shoulder dress is my "go-to" dresses when I want to dress up yet be COMFY!
I added a big belt to give the dress some shape, but you could leave it loose for a drapey look.

Here are a couple of close ups, of the dress above. I blogged about it already, here.

Just change the belt to a more casual one & add flats or wedge booties...
and you've got a more casual look or a more laid-back dressed up look.
See how versatile this one is, even though it's one shouldered?

This is a plain little T-Shirt type dress. I have it in navy (shown here) and olive green.
I wore it super casual here, with flip flops and a cool belt.

Just add a casual belt and a couple bracelets, and you're good to go!

Another casual look with this dress, worn at a music industry event.
 I added a plain white tank underneath, and wore the dress off one shoulder. I added fun sandals to punch up the look. It is casual and comfortable - yet looks put together.
These Riller and Fount dresses also cover a multitude of flaws ;)

Here is the same dress as above - but in olive green.
Here I left the belt off but added a statement necklace & platform shoes for a monochromatic look.
All of these dresses can be taken from summer to fall/winter by adding 
A) a long cardigan over it & belting for a layered look, or
B) Put a sweater over the dress, add tights & boots...and poof! You've got a great winter look!
Get it in black here.

This is another basic black dress, with a bit of a dolman sleeve.
As you can see, I dressed it up a bit by adding black wedges. 
I've also worn this more casual with layered gold necklaces and gold flats.

See? These pieces are a great staple to have in your wardrobe! The price point is great, but you can also find similar dresses at a lower price point if you do a google search for "T-shirt dresses." I know Express has some cute ones! I don't have anymore pictures of the other styles I own, but you get the idea. Any piece that can go in so many directions is a "MUST" for me! Here are some of my current favorite Riller and Fount pieces, below:

From the Fall 2011 collection, here.
Love this as it is, or with tights and booties/boots!

Would look great paired with a black or brown leather jacket and boots!

"Jinx" Draped Tunic - on Sale now!


  1. I love this line!!
    Every piece looks so great on you!!

  2. love the golden belt! :)



  3. love - all of them drape so beautifully!

  4. cute pieces!! i'll definitely check their site. thanks for the great post!

  5. Thanks for this post girl! I have really been narrowing down my clothes to good essential pieces that can be versatile. I am on the mom budget ;o)

  6. I love how easy and pretty these pieces are -- the draping is stunning!
    xo Josie

  7. Love this designer- going to go check it out!!!
    Fabulous photos!!! :-)

  8. I adore basic dresses! They're the perfect piece to dress up or down :)


  9. Love,love,love your off the shoulder dress paired with the gold belt.
    And those sandals are fantastic.