I may have developed a very tiny Ganni problem. I bought a dress from the go-to brand for Scandi cool girls when I was pregnant, and I was impressed by the quality and comfort level. Since then I’ve been stalking the #gannigirls on Instagram and obsessing over all the new arrivals on the brand’s website. The clothes have a similar quality to The Reformation in that they are beautifully tailored to fit and flatter a feminine body. They also have the advantage of being (mostly) machine washable. I should add that I’m not being sponsored by Ganni, I’m just a fan. I’d been lusting after this red wrap-dress for a while, and I finally got it the other day. It’s a fairly straight forward in its design, but the generous ruffles at the hem give it more interest that your run-of-the-mill wrap-dress. I love the ditsy floral print, but it’s the tomato red shade that makes me feel cheerful. Ganni clothes are not cheap, but the quality of the fabric and tailoring makes them a solid investment. This is a classic style that won’t date, at least that’s my justification and I’m sticking with it. I’ve paired the dress with my Castañer espadrilles, another great brand well worth the money. I bought this black pair last summer, wore them to death and they are still going strong.