Monique Lhuillier always delivers those “belle of the ball” dresses — so to no surprise this season she continued to offer her red-carpet worthy frocks, but with a few alternatives for a more dressed-down customer. Amidst the vibrant blue-and-white, digitally painted floral princess gowns, embroidered illusion column dresses, and voluminous sleeved evening blouses and jackets, she managed to incorporate more streamlined, linear shapes into the lineup, such as a beautiful floral strapless peplum corset paired with narrow black pants and a black-and-white, below the knee dress with volume sleeves.

Lhuillier also introduced knitwear to the collection — which she had dabbled with in the past. Here, she delicately embroidered with flowers a crewneck short-sleeve version that looked great with a simple black pencil skirt.

“This season I wanted to give my customer more options to add versatility to her wardrobe and push her style evolution forward so I’m offering a lot of statement separates and introducing more novelty knits,” Lhuillier said.

See more from the 2018 Resort Collections:

Carolina Herrera Resort 2018:  For resort, Carolina Herrera explored the language of flowers, both literally and otherwise.

Victoria Beckham Resort 2018: Victoria Beckham’s resort 2018 lineup was a true trans-seasonal collection of refined clothes for everyday.

Mugler Resort 2018: David Koma imagined clothes for a modern, sexy superhero for Mugler’s 2018 resort collection.

Lilly Pulitzer Resort 2018: Lilly Pulitzer is known for having resortwear 365 days a year, so for resort 2018, the collection was based around living in that Palm Beach paradise.

Prabal Gurung Resort 2018: The works of London-based Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj informed Prabal Gurung’s resort collection.