We’re browsing through the Moda Operandi ‘curated edit of the best pieces from the Fall/Winter collections’ and picking out the ones we wish we could get our hands on. We’ll start with this gorgeous Johanna Ortiz dress.

johanna ortiz dress multi-anne-boleyn-embellished-dress

It comes with a $4,250 price tag so we can’t exactly afford it; but if we were so fortunate to have the necessary bank account, we would definitely give serious consideration to buying this M’O Exclusive Anne Boleyn Dress.

The dress is described as having a “fluted sheath silhouette and a plunging v-neckline.

It is made from 100% guipure lace

what we love

We love everything about the dress; but we’re especially in love with the puff sleeves and the ruffled hem. (Purchase here)


This gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana floral printed blouse

Dolce & Gabbana floral printed blouse

This blouse is made from 100% silk. We love the bright big pink/red flowers against the black silk. We’re not sure but we think those are tulips. Like the Johanna Ortiz dress this top is out of the price range that we can afford. It costs $1,175. (Purchase here)


Isabel Marant Red Anders Mini Asymmetric Wrap-over Skirt

Isabel Marant Red Anders Mini Asymmetric Wrap-over Skirt

Okay, so this skirt isn’t really leather. It’s vinyl. And since it’s not leather but vinyl, the $530 price tag seems a bit high. But if we had the money to afford it we’d still buy it. We like the wrap-over style and the sided-knot detail. Not to mention the hot red color. The patent shine might be a little tough to pull off if we were to be trying to fit this skirt into our current lifestyle. But if we were able to afford a $530 skirt we’d probably be living a different lifestyle and would be able to pull off this skirt more easily. (Purchase here)


Dolce & Gabbana Lace Pencil Skirt

Dolce & Gabbana lace pencil skirt

With a price tag of $3845 this Dolce & Gabbana lace skirt is another out of budget item that we wish we were wealthy enough to be able to afford. The skirt is said to be ‘crafted from delicate lace with a sewn-in floral design and scalloped hem‘. We’re in love with the floral design. And we love how the skirt is styled in this picture below with a Dolce & Gabbana sheer chiffon blouse that has a built-in lace-edged camisole underneath.  (Purchase here)



Johanna Ortiz M’O Exclusive Maxmiliana Shirt

Johanna Ortiz M'O Exclusive Maxmiliana Shirt

It might be a little bit ornate for every day wear, but we love this shirt from Johanna Ortiz. As with the Johanna Ortiz dress, we cannot afford this skirt, even though the price tag is under $1000. $695 is still out of budget for us. (Purchase here)

Go check out the Moda Edit to pick your own top 5

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