You’ve seen this brand all over your social media feeds, and this summer, I had a chance to test out a few pieces from REVOLVE including their house brands like Camila Coelho, Majorelle, Tularosa, LPA and House of Harlow. I’m sharing the best pieces from Revolve to add to your closet, and sharing tips on how to wear them!
Revolve review: Crochet Dresses
I shared in a previous post my favourite crochet outfits from Revolve, but recently picked up this incredible crochet bathing suit coverup. The Lucy Dress by Majorelle features a thick crochet pattern with long sleeves and an elegant open back. I wore this crochet dress to Wasaga Beach and it was perfect after a long day in the sun. I can’t wait to bring this crochet beach coverup with me on a tropical vacation, it’s so elegant and very retro feeling.
I also shared in my previous post, how to wear a crochet dress this amazing LPA Annalise Crochet dress that can be worn so many ways. I plan on layering it over a tee in the fall season too.
Revolve Review: Bathing suits
Another piece I picked up from Revolve this summer was this beautiful gingham and belted one-piece swimsuit from Tularosa. The Mirian One Piece from Tularosa features a plunging neckline, low back and a belt with a rattan buckle. This one-piece is so unique and the quality is very lovely… and the cute pink gingham pattern doesn’t hurt!
Best pieces from Revolve: Tops
REVOLVE has so many lovely pieces for going out. While my social calendar isn’t as stacked as I’d like it to be, I love collecting unique pieces to incorporate into my wardrobe. I picked out this Burna Blouse by House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve which features a corset top and off-the-shoulder chiffon sleeves.
I paired this House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve corset Burna blouse with a black high-waisted pencil skirt for a glam, 1950s inspired look. I also wore it with a Vivienne Westwood pearl necklace, Salvatore Ferragamo patent pumps and mini Chloe Drew bag to complete the glamourous look. I would also love to pair this top with a pair of leather leggings in the winter, or a pair of high-waisted pants for a more modern take. I love that this top has a lot of support and the quality is incredible. While reviews recommend sizing down, I would say it runs true to size, and could have gone with a size medium instead of a small. I love how this House of Harlow top is versatile and fits into that princess/cottagecore aesthetic, but a more moodier take.
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of the best pieces from Revolve. I really like how the site incorporates taxes and duties into the price of items for Canadians, and that there are so many interesting and fashion-forward pieces from various designers.
Thank you to REVOLVE for gifting me with items to feature in this post. This post contains affiliate links.