Posted: 21st February 2017
There’s no greater pick-me-up than a cheery floral print. They blossom on the runways during every spring-summer showing. They somehow manage to continue to evolve and grow.
This season saw a myriad of takes on the trend, all of them wonderfully feminine and romantic. This included everything from soft and delicate appliques, to the bold Pop-Art prints. Each varietal made you stop and take a moment to appreciate its unique beauty. Isn’t that exactly what flowers were intended to do?
Have your own track-stopping moment in these five bloom-bedecked gowns:
Blooming gorgeous! Vibrant aqua and coral hues practically scream island party. Any outdoor event would be all the brighter for their presence.
The close-fitting silhouette extends into an ultra-feminine mermaid skirt. Its shape echoed by the cape-like overlay extending from the strapless neckline. It’s modern design at its best.
Words cannot describe the sheer joy that comes from gliding around a room, with that overlay cascading dramatically around your figure. Let the dress do all the talking (because let’s be honest, it’s going to anyway) and opt for minimal jewelry......
Posted: 16th February 2017
They may normally be reserved for child pageant stars and princess parties. However, girlish details like ruffles and flounce have gotten a high-fashion makeover. They’re appearing over and again on runways in all four fashion capitals.
Framing the neckline, adorning the hips, or set in tiers around the skirt, they make for an enchanting evening look. Here we’ve gathered together some of our favorite examples of the trend. Frill-seekers will appreciate the in your face femininity of these adorned silhouettes.
Warning: They’ve been known to ruffle a few feathers, sartorially speaking.
Consider this an introductory course in frilly spring fashion. The wide ruffle layer around the off-the-shoulder crop top is more boho-chic than babydoll. Regardless, we are still head over stilettos in love.
Crafted from beautiful lace, the high-waisted skirt is fitted through mid-thigh before flaring out in an easily draping skirt. Ballroom, backyard, or beach, this navy blue two-piece dress cuts a stunning figure. Elevate the look with jewel-toned accessories and a sizeable stiletto.
This satin stunner hits two key trends at once......
Posted: 14th February 2017
The holidays are history. January is over. Even the Groundhog has had his day.
That means only one thing: Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and love is in the air. This special day requires a slightly different dress code. You may feel like opting for an outfit in a red color.
The perfect Valentine dress may depend on what you have planned.These sweet red dresses will make any Valentine’s Day feel extra special. That means you can enjoy the season of love and celebrate this romantic special occasion!What to Wear for Valentine’s Day?
Do you know what you’re wearing? You may be planning to go out for lobster, heading to a hot nightclub or doing it up at a Valentine’s Day formal. You’re going to need a look-at-me dress that says “I’m not afraid of attention.”
Nothing sends that message faster than a bold red that turns heads. It inspires dress envy and gets you whatever your heart desires. The official color of love, romance and passion, red brings out the irresistible vixen in all of us.
Blondes, brunettes and yes, even you redheads can wear the fiery hue and feel confident......
Posted: 13th February 2017
The jumpsuit is a mainstay of Seventies-era fashion. It’s been seen on almost every iconic figure you can conjure in your mind. Incredibly chic and impressively versatile, it’s also one of the more effortless routes you can take to sartorial heights.
The one-piece silhouette knows how to make a singular statement. These twelve we’ve rounded up are no exception. Each a unique jumpsuit design with its own agenda, you’re guaranteed to find the one you didn’t even know you were looking for.
Nothing says Saturday Night Fever like a sequined sexy catsuit. The body hugging design dips low on the sides. Sheer panels keep the suggestive look from becoming too revealing.
Not to be outdone, the open back hits a provocative point all the way down at the small of the back. A high boat neckline and slim tapered leg serve as a sophisticated counterpoint to the sultry details. This glittering piece is covered in intricate navy sequins.
Go straight from brunch to the bars in this adaptable take on the jumpsuit trend......
Posted: 11th February 2017
Few things in life are more romantic than that of a winter wedding held outside of the usual wedding season. Crisp air, warm fires, rich colors, and maybe a soft blanket of snow. A beautifully pristine background for a beautifully pristine love.
The mere thought of such an event makes the heart go pitter-patter. The cool temps can bring their style-related challenges for everyone from the bride (she’ll need a winter appropriate wedding dress!) to that second cousin’s plus-one. They also bring opportunity to find a unique perfect dress as you witness someone’s big day.
They allow for a bevy of new materials, sleeve lengths, and silhouettes that would be out of place at a spring or summer scenario. This gives you the chance to wear a different type of formal dress. Pastels are sweet, but deep scarlet – now that’s a shade that will get the blood pumping.
Cotton is comfortable, but hardly packs the same fashion punch as a heavy velvet. In today’s post, we highlight five of our most coveted styles to wear as a winter wedding guest. Write in the name of your plus-one and mark your meal choice on the RSVP card......