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Special Occasion Dresses That Break the Boundaries of Ordinary

To cut it short, fashion is other than being chic, and special occasion dresses need to be accented with femininity rather than the latest trend.


PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 2, 2013 - Who said that a special occasion dress needs to make you look like you’ve jumped right out of a 1980s Vogue issue?  Does the phrase conjure up images of frumpy meringue horror?  Think again.  Every girl deserves at least one trustworthy special occasion dress needing the addition only of a lick of makeup and a splash of tan to make you feel like a million dollars time and again.

We love chiffon for its elegance; we love satin and lace for adding a sexy and a super feminine quality to any outfit.

If you are looking for a cocktail dress, a bridesmaid’s gown or any other social dress bear one thing in mind: don’t overdo it and don’t force ‘fashion trends’ on your body.  Let your body type pick the right style and elements of current fashion that flatter YOU.  In a nutshell, fashion is more than being chic.  Special occasion dresses need to be accented with femininity rather than the latest trend.  Classics like chiffon and lace are timeless; one can say that they get better over time. Thanks to creative designers you can find a special occasion dress that makes you feel like a million dollars.

Now, if you want some free lessons to look your best, here they come…!

Lesson #1: Your silhouette will define the type of dress and material that best suits you; and your personality will light up the entire outfit!

Lesson #2: If you want to show off your cleavage without losing anything from your chicness, perhaps go for a strapless chiffon with sweetheart neckline. If you have a few unwanted pounds around your waist an asymmetrical draped bodice is ideal.

Lesson #3: no matter how charming a sleeveless dress might look on Carrie Bradshaw, how many of us have her fabulously toned arms!  If your shoulders and arms are your least favourite body part, divert attention with a glaring V-back bodice or a plunging neckline over a sweetheart bodice. It will do wonders!

Lesson #4: It doesn’t have to be a dress. Yes, special occasion dresses are gorgeous, but the same goes for separates: imagine a pencil slim skirt with center back slit matched with a strapless satin bodice top… accessorised with a dazzling brooch on your hip!

Lesson #5: Lace was, is, and will always be in fashion.  Colours ranging from sexy black or romantic rose to classic ivory or contemporary silver; lace works for the most-dressy of dresses … bridesmaid, LBD, wedding, prom or debs dresses… but it works equally well for casual, smart casual, a night out, a night in…. on skirts dresses tops jackets  ….. you name it, Lace commands attention and envious looks!

Lesson #6: Chiffon or tulle, silky taffeta or linen sheath A-line special occasion dresses are a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe. They make you look taller, slimmer and gently embrace your curves giving prominence and grace to your figure to enhance your overall style.

But remember, it is You that makes fashion work for you; not the other way around. Wear something that you feel comfortable in and whatever makes you feel like the woman you are…both inside and out!

Go to http://www.Littlethings.ie and shop for designer occasion dresses at the prices you can afford.

Roman Sadowski


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Last Updated:Dec 02, 2013
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