There’s no denying that Diane von Furstenberg is one of my favourite designers. I have blogged about her and her dresses since the inception of this blog.
I like that many of her dresses work for women of different shapes and sizes. The wrap dresses are simple and classic in terms of design, but work well for both slim and curvy girls. In fact, I am still wearing my first DVF dress bought some 6 or 7 years ago and I do receive compliments from time to time.
I was invited to the Autumn/Winter 2013 showcase at their Ion Orchard store and I am immensely glad that several pieces in the collection continue to have those classy and wearable elements.
Make a guess – whose Spring Summer collection is this? A hint – it’s British.
Oscar de la Renta x TheOutnet.com. One glance of the pairing and the imagery of this capsule collection is clear. Dresses, dresses, dresses.
This 24-piece special collection features some of Oscar de la Renta’s celebrated styles in irresistible prices – imagine elegant full skirts, floral dresses, high waisted trousers and bouclé pieces. Prices range from £245 to £995 (that’s reportedly the price of a floor-length silk gown).
Olivia Palermo is the face of their collection look book! (Note: Floral printed elbow dress above will be priced at £775)
If you have been a fan of Kate Spade’s cheery and quirky line, I am sure you will love the concept of a sister brand that is equally chirpy and feminine but priced at a lower range.
That’s the positioning of new brand “Saturday” – playful, fun and affordable.
Saturday is the #thebestdayever.
I have never paid much attention to K-Fashion but new label Headline Seoul made me change my mind.
Its cheerful and quirky collection is designed to bring out the vibrant lifestyle of a young lady.
I am pretty much the online shopper. I think more than half of my wardrobe was acquired via online purchases. My list of online stores is long and burgeoning – I have shopped a lot on eBay, or on US-based invite-only groups such as ideeli and Gilt. All my shoes are purchased from US or UK stores online – check out my recent discovery Kurt Geiger. While I have tried my hand on grabbing fashion collaborations from Target or Macy’s sites, the commonplace web stores such as The Outnet, My Wardrobe, ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Shopbop etc are also featured prominently in my bookmarks (as well as on this blog).
When PayPal suggested to sponsor shopping credits to explain the ease of shopping with them, I took the opportunity to explore another online store which I have heard so much about, but never made any purchase there.
Yes, I’m referring to ModCloth!
Tagged as: Dresses, Kate Middleton, Singapore trip
Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Fashion
Admit it! You have been checking out what Duchess of Cambridge wore when she was in Singapore for the Asia tour. Here’s a recap for those who regard her as a style inpiration. Me included.
Day 1 at Botanic Gardens: Jenny Packham kimono style dress with orchid prints, L.K. Bennett Sledge Shoes in White