Enamored With Eliza J.

Eliza J Wisteria Skirt 



Cynthia:  I have been falling in love with a designer I know nothing about.

Marcy:  You’re so easy.

Cynthia:  Seriously, Marcy! Every time I see a cute dress or skirt lately, it just so happens to be designed by Eliza J. I bought that pretty pink skirt above from Anthropologie and when I looked at the label, guess what it said? Go on. Guess.

Marcy:  I couldn’t.

Cynthia:  C’mon. Guess.

Marcy:  No.

Cynthia:  Eliza J!

Marcy:  I would’ve never figured that out.

Cynthia:  Who is Eliza J? Why have I never heard of her before? Why can’t I seem to find any info about her on the Internet? This Eliza J… is … elusive.

Cynthia is dumbfounded.

Cynthia:  Her dresses are sweet and pretty but with just enough edge and sex appeal that they don’t feel like they belong exclusively at a southern bridal shower.

They just … make me smile!

Eliza J Polka Dot Skirt Dress


Eliza J Belted A-Line Dress


Cynthia:  Sigh … I’m smitten. And the thing is… I think she loves me too.

Marcy has been researching Eliza J on the computer while Cynthia moons about.

Marcy:  Found her. She’s the house brand for Nordstroms and other such retailers.

Her website is and her motto is “Live In The Sunshine” and her hashtag is #feelpretty.

Cynthia:  Awwww… see.. I knew she loved me too. She “gets” me.

Marcy:  You’re fired from the Marcy Very Much research team.


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*Check out more of our favorite Eliza J pieces below.

Eliza J Stripe Cotton Sateen Dress

Eliza J Stripe Knit Flared Dress

Eliza J Mixed Media Dress

Eliza J Mixed Media Popover Dress

Eliza J Graphic Print Shift Dress


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  • Reply Liana April 19, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    I love these dresses. They remind me of Anthro. And I love your assessment of them although I've never been to a southern bridal shower…

    I looked on the Nordstrom website and this dress
    reminded me a lot of the Lavendel dress.

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch April 19, 2015 at 4:58 pm

      Oh I know which one you are talking about! I wonder if they used the same pattern? Or bought the fabric from the same distributer or pattern designer? I find all that stuff so interesting.

      Women in the southern US wear a lot of bright colors and florals. While it can be so pretty and joyful, if your eye isn't used to it – it can feel like a bit much. It's so funny how your clothing choices are influenced by where you live. I had a difficult time getting used to the dark clothing Los Angelenos wear after having lived in Florida for most of my life.

  • Reply Anonymous April 19, 2015 at 7:07 pm

    Those are some really cute dresses ��

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch April 20, 2015 at 1:44 am

      Too cute. I want them all. Especially if they were all an inch or two longer. That is the only thing that is saving me from buying every single one.

  • Reply Anonymous April 19, 2015 at 11:48 pm

    The pink skirt is very pretty. My favorite dress is the white popover.
    Good job on the research, Marcy.

  • Reply Merrie K. April 20, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    LOL…I love looking at her dresses in Nordie's too!

  • Reply Whimsical Preppy April 23, 2015 at 12:51 am

    I love that skirt, the color, 50's style, everything. It looks like this designer made the polka dot dress that you liked as well.
    It's so fun finding a designer that you click with. My collecting gene kicks in and I end up wanting more. I have to be firm about using the clothes, not just hoarding.
    Thanks for introducing us to Eliza J.

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch April 23, 2015 at 7:37 pm

      It does look like the Lavendel dress. Same material I think.
      Now I just have to figure out more tops to wear with it and wear it all the time to justify the price.

  • Reply withwonderandwhimsy April 24, 2015 at 5:04 pm

    Awwww – She gets me too! I love her motto! And I'm only just learning about her now. I haven't tried on any of her pieces, but this is motivating me to get to my local Anthro. I can see myself wearing most of these pieces, especially the pink skirt you brought home. It's a beautiful fit on you, and it'll be so versatile. More than that, it's so bubbly and happy. As Anthro's stuff turns more and more billowing, boho, and sheer, I love seeing structured, ladylike pieces like this!

    <3 Liz

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch April 24, 2015 at 5:14 pm

      I'm not crazy about the boho and sheer stuff too. Do you have a Nordstroms near you? That is wherer most of the Eliza J stuff is sold. Anthro only has two of her skirts at the moment.
      You would look fabulous in all of these dresses!

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