Vintage Charms in Lace & Sheer !
Today’s look is something you don’t often see me in – the look has such a http://wc8voa.org/download.php?op=getit beautiful vintage charm to it. This source link pastel grey lace midi dress from Purchase Tastylia Online No Prescription VERO MODA Marquee is so perfectly feminine and dressy with an old world charm. I love the sheer lace panels and cut-work on the neck and sleeves, that add a sensual touch to the dress.
It makes me feel so elegant, lady-like and yet flirtatious. It’s a classic addition to your wardrobe for a special night out, a perfect alternative to an LBD.
The lace dress I’m wearing is from the newly added ‘Hide and Seek‘ range from VERO MODA Marquee, that mixes soft pastels with now-you-see-now-you-don’t patchwork.The ‘Hide & Seek’ collection encapsulates vintage cuts depicted in a new avtaar. The play of sheer and opaque matched with lace creates a flirtatious collection, that reveals, yet does not, paying homage to the demure feminine form. It talks of suggestive tease that is perfect for a woman that is confident, yet cautious. With solid colors this collection plays with different tones that lend a sensual frivolity to your attire. Flawless tailoring of georgettes and embroidery patches coupled with the treatment of solid matte panels over sheer fabrics are what set this risque collection a part from the mundane. Lace, satin, chiffon and cut-work give the perfectly feminine, dressy looks a vintage charm.
To add to the vintage charm of the dress, I carefully chose my accessories – a Pearl scalloped necklace, a pearl bow bracelet, pearl rings and white & gold filigree cut-work earrings. I carried this beautiful crystal studded box clutch and wore my silver pointed toe pumps. Grey smokey eyes, bold red lips and side-swept hair completed my look.
Photo Credits: Aditya Chattopadhay
Looking for a fabulous alternative to your LBDs or want to add a touch of vintage mixed with sensuality to your wardrobe this party season, then head over to the VERO MODA stores and shop from Marquee by Karan Johar. You can also view the entire collection here.