Krimson Klover Emma Halter Dress – Casual and Fun
If I can have one dress this spring and summer, it is the Krimson Klover Emma Halter Dress.
Krimson Klover’s Emma Halter Dress stands out from most seasonal offerings because it is flattering to different body types.
Other details of the Krimson Klover Emma Halter dress that I find appealing are that the sides of the dress are high enough that underarm skin didn’t sag over, there are hand pockets, and it even has smocking in the back for additional give.
The tie halter top gives it a casual, fun vibe, and the black fabric makes it versatile for dates to concerts or nice dinners.
Constructed from polyester and spandex, key features of the Krimson Klover Emma Halter dress include four-way stretch, UPF 40+ protection, and moisture-wicking properties.
Surprisingly lightweight, the Krimson Klover Emma Halter dress reminds me of my favorite halter J. Crew dress from twenty years ago, so I was overjoyed to have another halter dress again.
I’m a big fan of Colorado-based Krimson Klover.
During the fall and winter months, I spend nearly every day wearing Krimson Klover sweaters and baselayers. I first heard of the brand when I saw them at a Winter Outdoor Retailer trade show several years ago, and later saw the apparel in shops at ski resorts such as Beaver Creek and Vail.
I have long associated Krimson Klover with winter clothing and apres ski. I had no idea that Krimson Klover had warm weather clothing, so I was thrilled to learn that one of my favorite brands offered clothing for all seasons.
Halter dresses are a classic silhouette that looks good on a variety of body shapes. The versatile Krimson Klover Emma Halter dress will take you everywhere this spring and summer.
Available in sizes XS-XL, it is available in six prints.
Dr. Of Stoke
Freelance writer, bicyclist, outdoor recreation enthusiast, social justice advocate, and mom to her furbaby, Sansa.
A Colorado native, Kate considers the outdoors her mother ship. She brings her passion for bicycling, the environment, and issues of diversity to her writing. Her primary outdoor recreation activities are mountain biking, road biking, nordic skiing, alpine skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, and peak bagging Colorado’s 14ers.
Kate earned a bachelor’s degree in History from Colorado State University and later an MSEd and Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Purdue University. In addition to her education, Kate’s background serving on the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and experience working for non-profits and bicycle sales well position her to bring depth and understanding to the complex changes currently taking place in the outdoor recreation industry.
The Dr. of Stoke has been part of the Engearment team since 2016.