Posts Tagged ‘dresses’

The Dress of My Dreams

September 10, 2014

Nothing makes me feel girly like a feminine dress. Not just any silhouette makes the cut. The dress I’m dreaming of has a wide sash that cinches the waist, a longer, fuller skirt that you can twirl in, and just a little touch of sexy at the top. Well if these early days of fashion week are any indication, this could be the season my dress dreams come true.

Lela Rose’s all white number has an off the shoulder sleeve and just a little peek-a-boo at the bodice for an element of surprise:e2a9add504bcfbcfd6572d71815ec12e

Tibi offers a one shoulder version in icy sea foam blue:



Tracy Reese’s jade green variation has a plunging neckline:



Newcomer Rosie Assoulin offers a longer silhouette in sunny yellow:



Mary Kate and Ashley Olson’s sporty interpretation for The Row is worn with a chic cross body bag:


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Cut It Out

October 23, 2012

A subtle peek skin, is often sexier than a more overt gesture. This season, designers opted for a new kind of peep show, with strategically placed cut outs enhancing sleek dresses.

Michael Kors long lean black column is cut to create a geometric effect.

Carven takes a simple red wool dress and makes it seductive, with cut out sides.

Cushnie Et Ochs shows some skin with sophisticated dresses in black or white.

Any way you cut it, these dresses are a modern and sexy must-have for spring.

Three’s a Crowd

March 3, 2011

Everyone seems to be an expert these days, and the fashion world seems rife with reality stars and actresses passing themselves off as designers.  It’s only natural that crowd sourcing would be the next step in the process.

Renowned designer Derek Lam, in collaboration with eBay has done just that. Lam recently showed his debut collection of lower priced dresses for Derek Lam + eBay, during New York Fashion week.  The 16 dresses were presented at Lincoln Center in a room with computers where the guests could vote on their favorite designs. The company’s website also offered the public a chance to weigh in.

The top 5 styles were selected to be produced and will be sold on eBay’s site starting May 10.

The dresses range from $175-$295 and range in sizes 0-16.

Check them out at Derek Lam + e Bay

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