It looks like we won't be seeing Kate Middleton's shoulders anytime soon–apparently, she really favors sleeves (or isn't allowed to wear sleeveless dresses, like Michelle Obama). Regardless, the dresses with sleeves thing is sure to catch on soon, so get yourself some similar dresses. These...

Then you gotta wear this amazing flock print dress from the brand because I guarantee that all eyes will not only be on you but you'll also be the topic of the evening. What makes this lacy dress so special is not only the bows and black tulle but also how it brings out your perfect...

Enter a room wearing a simple sheath dress - a striking shade of electric blue is certainly nice, but nothing that will necessarily make the crowd go, "whoa!" That is, until you leave (or saunter off to grab a drink), when you exit showing off a flirtatious backside. Haven't you heard back...

Adorned with playful embroidered flowers, this sheer and luxurious dress is made of polyester with alluring deep keyhole opening on the front and back side of the dress. Finish the look with pretty little shoes and flatter your figure right and fancy. US$438. Subscribe to my Free RSS Feed...

In comparison, Audrey Hepburn's Ascot dress from Breakfast at Tiffany only rose up to $923,187. Also – I always thought the dress was white or blue-ish only to discover to my greatest surprise that it was in fact ivory! (via 1, 2) If you like this post then please consider subscribing to...

By Claire Butler on January 11, 2012 So there's boho chic — a casual style tinged with peace-and-love aesthetics — and there's throwback Sixties dressing. L.A.'s GoldDust Dressesstraddles the line between the two...pretty precariously, in fact. But for whatever reason, its hippy-dippy vibe...

While I wouldn't describe myself as a girly-girl, I do tend to gravitate towards dresses...mostly because they are super easy to wear and require zero thought or preparation in the morning. I don't know about you, but I really don't have the capacity or desire to stand in front of my closet...

Any style savant knows that a cocktail dress should walk the line of femininity and grace paired with just enough edge to keep things swanky. Keep the colors regal, opting for emerald greens, deep plums, and dark blues (however, a Little Black Cocktail Dress is always a supremely chic...

Dressing 'too sexy' can make a woman seem less competent. So tuck that cleavage away ladies, you should be known for your mad skills instead of your killer curves. Know what I'm saying? The key is balance professionalism with feminist and general "attractiveness". Investing in some...

Too bad about the dress though. It looks frumpy and way too long. And if it was meant to drag, then it was a totally wrong choice of fabric, because taffeta just doesn't look good folded like this. The hairstyle is also all wrong for this dress, and...oh, I just hate it. There, I said...

 

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