We're three episodes into the 3rd season of True Blood (HBO just gave the greenlight for season 4, FYI) and things are getting, getting, getting kind of hectic -- Fangbangers who caught the last 30 seconds of last Sunday's episode will catch my drift. Instead of being under the glamouring vampire spell of Bon Temps Louisiana's most eligible vampire bachelors, I'm under the spell of Sookie Stackhouse's sweet southern girl style.
Sookie, the down home waitress who can hear all of your deepest, darkest secrets has a true signature style, and when she isn't wearing denim short shorts, a Merlotte's tee, apron and kicks, Sookie can usually be found vamping it up in a wardrobe that has bite.
Sookie feels right at home in isn't she lovely sundresses with thick banded waists, halters and spaghetti strapped bodices with simple and clean silhouettes that hit the knee while complementing an ample bosom and tiny waist. When it comes to color, Sookie has a pretty standard rotation of virginal white, blood red, ice cream truck pastel shades and girlie flowery prints.
Modcloth has a series of spring and summery vintage style sundresses that would fit in just fine in Miss Stackhouse’s closet. This Going to San Francisco Dress for instance is fabulously feminine, southern inspired and would look killer with one of Sookie’s signature headbands. For a saucier do-bad-things look, this sweet cotton eyelet Frankly, I Don't Give a Dress is the perfect go-to frock for when Sookie's feeling sassy… lately whenever Sheriff Eric is around.