Challenge: Dress

We all are looking for the perfect dress. For the upcoming wedding, for the graduation ball, for the birthday party, for the perfect date in Paris. No matter what is the reason we want to look fabulous. For me it is always a challenge to find the perfect one that I can afford. Of course, all the dresses from Dior Haute Couture runways are to die for, but you are really going to die after paying so much money on a dress and left with 0 dollars/euros/pounds/manat in your credit card. I was browsing lately for the new brands and here what I’ve got:
The making of Look 46 designed by Raf Simons for Dior

Galvan
Galvan is the London based label established in 2014. They have modern, clean, sophisticated style. “Less is more” works quite well in Galvan evening wear.
Sachin + Babi Noir
You are definitely not going to be lost in of these dresses. The way these fabrics, textures and embroidered details look are close to extraordinary haute couture dresses, while the prices are much more affordable. 
 
Self Portrait
New London contemporary label dares to be feminine and detailed. The label is founded by formerly creative director of relaxed luxe brand Three Floor – Han Chong. He said: “If they are too expensive it takes the fun out of it. I want to create clothes that make women feel special. They’ll appreciate the thought that has gone into each piece and feel like they have bought something unique without breaking their bank balance.”


Patricia Bonaldi
Brazilian designer’s evening dresses embody romanticism and references from powerful costumes of ballet. The brand is not quite affordable, but look to these unique designs made from noble fabrics full of grand details.


Erin Fetherston
American designer graduated from Parsons Paris. Erin Fetherston’s signature feminine and romantic sensibility was established back in 2005, when she debuted her first collection.

Challenge: Dress

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