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Special Occasion Dress Tips Continued

Special Occasion Dress NYCTwo previous Blake & Company wholesale special occasion dress blog entries several tips for the daring special occasion dress consumer.  Reminder: These fashion tips are geared toward special occasion dress wearers with lots of imagination.  These fashion tips are only to be tried by the bravest of special occasion dress consumers.  Only true special occasion dress fashionistas will have the ability to pull off these fabulous tips!

Tip #8:  Skip the mini dresses and mini-skirts.  Longer skirts are in.  The longer skirts not only provide fashion sense, but they are also more comfortable than mini-skirts that have to constantly be adjusted.

Tip #9: Looking for a sexy and sophisticated look at the same time?  Try incorporating lace, pearls and layers of veils.  This combination can give the special occasion dress client a sexy and classic look that is sure to turn heads.

Tip #10: We don’t want to anger the folks at PETA – besides – faux fur is in!  Faux fur is one of the hottest fabrics going right now and will continue on into 2011.  Faux fur can bring life to jackets, accessories and even skirts.

Tip #11: Accessorize your special occasion dress with a knitted hat, a vintage scarf, or even a brooch.  Some women choose to accent their outfits with not one – but two chunky necklaces.  Double your pleasure!

Tip #12: The perfect accessory to a beautiful special occasion dress is a handheld bag.  The bag should be elegent and adaptable to most outfits.  This is only for the mother of the bride or special occasion guest looking for a more polished look.

To be certain that your clients look their best at the special occasions of this season, be sure to see what our dress designers have to offer.  We invite you to visit our wholesale dress New York Showroom, located at 530 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10018 or give us a call at 212-869-5959.  Our wholesale dress sales representatives would love for you to come see the amazing lines of dresses that we have on display.