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I saw a few dresses that I utterly liked on this site called Atterley Road, and I thought I’d share them with you. It leaves me having a good feeling featuring a more “indie” brand versus featuring the fashion brand monopolizers. The name Atterley Road kind of made me think of The Beatles’ album Abbey Road, so I chose a selection of black and white dresses to feature (the early Beatles uniformed look, of course).
NW3 Chiara Dress – I will always be a fan of the mod look.
Second Female Guess Dress- Tribal / ghost apparition (?) prints have been my favorite pattern this year.
Hobbs London Victoria Dress – 50s/60s cut bodycon dresses are elegant and very feminine.
Which of these styles best suit you?
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Shabby Apple is a nice place to get vintage-style, elegant, modest cut dresses that fit and flatter any body type. Although the clothes are mostly colorful and sweet, they can be worn by any age group. One classy woman will receive a $50 gift card from them as a result of landing on this page (and entering, of course)!
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L-R: – Daisy Ribbon Dress – Jessica Work Dress – Angela Mesh Dress – Victoria Colorblock Dress - Chelsea Crochet Top – Elise Babydoll Dress
Not too long ago I reviewed a “wholesale” handbag site. Today, I’m introducing you to an online clothing store called Merzost, my newest sponsor, that has wholesale prices (you can buy items individually) on cute Korean-type clothes and shoes. They have dresses as cute as ModCloth’s but with prices mostly under $30. Beat that. I think you can agree that everyone’s on a budget (especially this Christmas!).
Though some of these dresses may be a tad too short for some of the taller gals, you can always use these dresses like a tunic. I like to wear mine with leggings and just go nuts with the layering for winter styling.