Lexington's Dress of the Week

"Classic with a Fun & Flirty Side"

My favorite for this week is Alfred Sung D465.  It's a new bridesmaid style for Fall 2010 and I'm absolutely in love with it!  The dress is perfect for just about everyone and your bridesmaids would most definitely wear it again.  It's structured with a band just above the natural waistline so it will create a lovely hourglass figure.  Plus there's a bow center-front on the waistband and a ruffle around the neckline so everyone can get in touch with their girly side while still being sophisticated.  

The bodice works for any bust size: There's plenty of dress there to hold in a larger cup size and the ruffles can be tacked to provide more coverage.  For women with a smaller chest (like me) the deep V and ruffles help to accentuate what they have.  Oh, and you can wear a regular bra instead of suffering through a strapless all day!  The skirt is what I like to call a modified pencil.  There's slight pleating in the middle where is connects to the waistband which will camouflage anything one might be unhappy about with their hips and tummy.  Also, there's a slit in the back of the skirt that will allow your girls to be able to walk and dance with ease :)

The dress comes in short or long, two fabrics: peau de soie or dupioni, and in many different colors so it will work for a wedding in any season.  It's also very affordable coming in under $200.  We've only had it in for two days and everyone that has seen it loves it!

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