Thursday, March 14, 2013

in my dreams

I love the look of vintage dresses, but don't have the time to scout out vintage shops or the patience for thrift shops. The quality of vintage means that these prized possession are a showcase piece in many women's wardrobes. They exude timeless design & classic beauty. ... my style aesthetic dream!

Part of the reason that vintage dresses are so popular is quite simply because they fit in a way that contemporary dresses don't. A vintage dress accentuates a curve that you didn't know was sexy. When a woman wears wears a vintage dress, she walks with a new found confidence, heads turning as she passes. Vintage dresses scream elegance & I have found the website that will enable you to turn your wardrobe into a vintage paradise.

Fever Design is a modern fashion company that offers new dresses but with vintage designs that are produced with the craftsmanship ethic of the 40's & 50's. Clothes should be made to last & to fit well & that is what Fever Design provides.

How about a dress for a casual night out on the town after a hard week at work?
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These beautiful dresses can double as casual evening wear or office wear. (How gorgeous is that LBD? Laced square neckline, quintessential 50's design, beauty & glamour without being too overstated.)

Not only does Fever Design offer a range of casual wear, but also formal event wear.
A range of their event dresses and accessories can be found here.
They range from dresses for proms & cocktail parties to dresses for weddings & bridesmaids (come on, I can't be the only one with another 7 weddings this summer!)
All with a vintage feel.

All these dresses are available at an affordable price, so why not treat yourself?
What is your favorite time period for vintage clothes?
1920's beaded gowns?
1950's Betty Draper dresses?
1970's flare leg jeans?

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  1. I've never had the luck of finding a vintage dress that actually looks good on me–it's so hard!

  2. The thing I love about vintage dresses? They're long enough for my butt to not feel like it's gonna be on display any second.


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