“My Dress!”

“What shall I wear to the party?” “What shall I pack for vacation?” “How can I be ready in 30 seconds?” Jane’s Vanity has the answer. Make way for holiday magic in the form of “Your Dress!!”

Perhaps you haven’t worn a dress for a bit. Imagine some scenarios:

Framed in White: Coco Chanel loved aphorisms: “Dress women in white…they are the only ones you see.” Picture yourself at the end of a long journey, refreshed, ready for the evening, and coolly unforgettable in Christine Vancouver’s Meghan Luxe White Silk Crepe Gown. Plunging v-neck, spaghetti straps, gently pleated cups, fabulous midi length. 

Bouffant Burgundy: In Vannina Vespirini’s designs, one always feels transported to the streets of Paris. There to speak a body language of seduction and nonchalance. Vespirini’s Burgundy Schiap Silk Dress would swing you along those streets in caressing vintage-inspiration, complete with hip flounces and removable shoulder pads. Its dark red stretch silk and delightful shirred waist will suggest, ever so sweetly, a rendezvous with a glass of vin rouge.

Party of Two: There are two kinds of dress. The one you need, hope for, and search to find. The other that just finds you. Voila. Then you must create an excuse to wear it! New Year’s Eve will do. Picture yourself in Gilda & Pearl’s Seraphina Dress, a short sheath in pale pink sequined fabric embellished at cuffs and hem with pale pink marabou. No big event required for this dress. It makes its own. So, gather round the chips and dip (and try to share the remote control).

Dark Night of the Soul: Everyone needs a slinky seductress. Dark, long, velvety. Ready for–whatever. Christine Vancouver composes the Moonlight Velvet Gown in Dutch Master floral print that adds slit-leg interest and cowl back. Wear alone or with a matching coverup: the silk-lined Velvet Jacket, silk-lined Velvet Robe, or the ethereal Chiffon.

Save a space in your closet, and a pretty puffy hanger, for “My Dress!” from Jane’s Vanity. 

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