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Jasz Couture 4500
Tuesday November 29, 2011 No comments yet


Jasz Couture 4500!!

Va va voom!!! Drama abounds in this amazingly sultry gown by Jasz Couture 4500. An amazingly intricate corset frames the torso, that is is detailed with beads, rhinestones, and boning. The flowing skirt has a sexy thigh high slit and creates a beautiful flowing silhouette.  $498.00






 

Jasz Couture is a trend setter for prom 2012
Tuesday November 29, 2011 No comments yet



Jasz Couture, a leader in trend setting style for prom 2012!!

Jasz Couture dresses push the extreme when it comes to designer dresses! Their cutting color, fabrics, and styling are always at the cutting edge. The brand, who is best known for their dresses with midriff cutouts and low backs, has made massive strides in the last few years is and definitely becoming one of the leaders in trend setting style for prom 2012!




Check out Jasz Couture's full collection HERE !!



 

5 Clutch Must-Haves for the Holidays
Monday November 28, 2011 No comments yet


5 Clutch Must-Haves for the Holidays

A little bag is darling and sweet, but how about cramming that thing with everything you need? Yikes! Between a cell phone and a credit card there's sometimes little room for anything else, as you can see in our collage of clutches that have been spotted at events on celebrities. No matter what size your evening bag is for the holidays, you want to make sure you have these 5 must-haves that are essential to making your night easy and carefree.



P.S. We're omitting a cell, credit cards and cash because those are a given. Always keep at least a 20 dollar bill on you at all times. You never know when you might need it!

1. The lip color you're wearing and lip balm. Preferably lip balm in a tube and the same for your lip color. You don't want anything you have to stick your finger in, so pot versions are out. You can touch up your lip color, but if you're wearing bold lips and they just won't stay put, you can always put the balm to create a faux gloss. This gives the lips a sheen and moisturizes, but creates a softer look which fades well if you're air kissing and drinking.

2. Blot powder. In a pinch blot powder does the trick to reduce shine and work on touch-ups under the eyes. Choose a blot powder in your skin color. Going with one any lighter can result in looking too light once you're in front of a camera. Ditch the cotton pads that come with blot powder and opt for a sponge applicator which will create a more natural finish when the powder's applied to the skin. Do not pack the powder on during a touch-up! Blot only areas that need to diminish shine or coverage.

3. Tissues. Clean up drippy eye makeup, blot the lips and skin, and even stuff 'em in the bottom of your heels if your shoes start to hurt like mad. Tissues also come in handy for others, making you the belle of the ball for having "everything" in your clutch.

4. Mints. Not everyone chews gum, and you may not want to in front of people you just met, so stick with mints. A tin of mints takes up zero room in an evening bag and will be a hit when everyone is done with dinner or drinks.

5. A hair elastic and bobby pins. If you're out with close friends and dancing may be involved, consider taking a hair elastic and bobby pins. You want to use both an elastic and pins that match your hair color. When in doubt, simply pull hair back into a chignon for chic look that pulls you hair off your face and neck and lets you dance the night away.



 

Prom 2012 with Allure
Monday November 28, 2011 1 Comment



Make PROM 2012 a night to remember with Allure!

Allure is one of the go to designers for prom dresses every year. Check out the behind the scenes video for PROM 2012!





 

Best Dressed 2011
Tuesday November 22, 2011 No comments yet


Mr. Blasberg's 21 Best Dressed Ladies of 2011




 

Make it Gorgeous with Mori Lee
Tuesday November 22, 2011 No comments yet


Make it Gorgeous with Mori Lee


Mori Lee is a fabulous designer who keeps formalwear fresh and fashionable. With multiple collections, you'll never get bored and you'll always have options for the look you really want. Feeling flirty? Mori Lee has you covered. Maybe you need a mega gown for a Quinceanera (Mori Lee 87052 ) or Sweet Sixteen birthday party? Yep, Mori Lee has that too. There are so many styles to suit women and girls of all ages, making the label a modern go-to for homecoming, prom and bridal parties.



The younger set love cocktail dresses for formal occasions. A decade ago prom was all about full-length gowns, but today's teens love a short dress that's sassy and sweet. Mori Lee makes many strapless cocktail length dresses with fun embellishments that will make a teen feel like a party princess. Shimmer, rhinestones, ruffles and lace are just a sampling of the fantastic details you'll find. We're swooning over this magenta pink number Sticks and Stones 9104 for prom night.



This darling Mori Lee dress has an asymmetrical neckline with ruffles at one shoulder. With its sweetheart shape and ruffles through the skirt it reminds us of a dress you'd see on Selena Gomez when she's on the red carpet. Mori Lee cocktail dresses are bold and fashion-forward, but always age appropriate for teens—an added bonus for mom and dad.

Gone are the days of lame bridesmaids dresses that made the bridal party cringe. These days it's all about versatile dresses that can be worn post-wedding. No matter what season the bride is having for her wedding, many are allowing bridesmaids to choose their own silhouette and stick to one color (think Charlotte York's first wedding from Sex and the City). There's nothing stopping you from wearing a simple and sleek dress like this dark purple strapless dress Mori Lee 898 from Mori Lee again and again.




 

Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs Campaign
Friday November 18, 2011 No comments yet


Marc Dishes on Puppies & Vuitton's Fall Ad Campaign

We would have loved to be on set for this one! Check out this behind the scenes video of the Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 and Marc Jacobs ad campaign. Jacobs describes the story as a "classic scenario...[but with] a modern, sometimes a little bit naughty, spin...




 

Let’s Get Glitzy! Holiday Makeup Tips
Wednesday November 16, 2011 2 Comments


Let's Get Glitzy! Holiday Makeup Tips


The holidays means turning out the glamour for parties and get-togethers. There's nothing wrong with wearing basic makeup, but how about amping it up with shimmering highlighter or a bold lip? Adding an extra step or two to your makeup routine can help turn up the glamour without adding a ton of time to your beauty routine.

It's getting cold out there, so keep your skin hydrated. In the days leading up to a holiday party, exfoliate your skin to remove that layer of dead skin. Those with oily skin should use a lightweight moisturizer to keep skin balanced, while those with dry skin may need a heavier moisturizer with a cream consistency. Gently pat moisturizer on the skin about 10 minutes before applying your face makeup to create a canvas where makeup is absorbed.

How do you want to glam it up this holiday season? A dress with mega shine like the glittering gold number Carrie Underwood wore to the recent Country Music Awards steals the show, but that doesn't mean makeup has to take a backseat. Underwood strikes us as a less-is-more girl, so she chose to define her eyes in a subtle way. It isn't a major smoky eye, which could compete with the shining dress.



Get the look: Use a gel liner to line the top and bottom lash lines. The key is in the brush, so use one with a slight angle. Instead of dragging one line straight across the top or bottom lash line, work in short strokes and then connect those strokes with another layer of liner. Soft shimmering shadow is a gorgeous touch, and we love Underwood's choice of glowing pink cheeks and lips.

Joy Bryant wears a red lip with ease. Red lipstick doesn't have to be intimidating. Bryant goes easy elsewhere on the face and keeps the focus on the cheeks and lips.



Get the look: Do your makeup as usual. Use a highlighting powder or cream product and apply it to the highest plane of the cheeks. Blend well. You don't want a disco ball effect, but you do want the glow to be apparent. For the lips, choose a poppy color with a slight cream finish. Bryant's look isn't overdone.

For all-out glamour look to classic Hollywood revivalist Dita Von Teese. Von Teese works a red lip in a far more striking manner than Bryant. The results? A flawless face focused on a matte red lip accompanied by major makeup.



Get the look: Look for a satin finish foundation. A light brown shadow can be used to contour the eyes and false lashes are a must. Line the top lash line only with a gel or liquid liner. Contour the cheeks with a soft rose color. Apply a lip primer to the lips before applying a matte red lipstick. Matte formulas have a tendency to dry out lips and lipstick will get into the cracks. Avoid this by moisturizing lips well the night before and using a primer to add staying power to your red pout.



 

Glamorous Reds by Tony Bowls
Wednesday November 16, 2011 1 Comment

Glamorous Reds by Tony Bowls 


For some reason when we think glamour, we think red. Tony Bowls is a brand know for their over-the-top gowns and amazing cocktail dresses. And while there are many formal dresses to choose from in the Tony Bowls collection, we love the idea of a red gown for a big event. Whether it's prom, a formal wedding or a special holiday party, a red dress makes a style statement unlike any other.

It isn't about making a red dress like the little black dress. Most red dresses do enough on their own and don't need major accessories. Take a hint from Anne Hathaway, who was styled by Rachel Zoe for the Academy Awards this year.



Hathaway went easy on the accessories for the red Valentino dress she wore on the red carpet. The strapless gown had large textured flowers on the skirt. A simple diamond necklace and a loose bun finished the look in style. For Hathaway, less was so much more when styling her red gown.

Tony Bowls has many amazing gowns to choose from. This strapless red gown TBE21037 is simplicity at its most glamorous, much like Hathaway's Valentino gown. There are subtle details that add drama to the gown without taking away from the overall appeal.



With a simple red gown like this, you can opt for a loose bun like Hathaway or a sleek ponytail. Enhance the minimalist feel of this gown by going for refined accessories like a single tennis bracelet or cocktail ring. We're seeing more and more actresses stick with a bare neck on the red carpet, so don't be afraid to leave the statement necklace at home.

Now on the other side of the style spectrum, this Tony Bowls red is all about dramatic effects. This gown boasts an asymmetrical neckline, sprinkle of a rhinestones at the bust, and beaded detail at the empire waist. In other words, major-major glamour.



We love the model's chandelier earrings, and pulling the hair back with an asymmetrical neckline always looks chic. It's a simple DIY option that you can put together in minutes. Smooth hair into a low tight bun or a ponytail at the round of the head. You want to show off the neckline and any show-stopping earrings you might be rocking.

If there was any other time of the year ready made for red, we're coming up on it right now. So don't be afraid to embrace your romantic, passionate side a go all out in scarlet, crimson, garnet, or cherry. Here's what wearing red says about you! RED!



 

Prom Ready in Riva Designs
Wednesday November 16, 2011 No comments yet


Prom Ready in Riva Designs


Riva Designs are a favorite for prom because they offer girls a chance to show off their glamorous sides in a very modern way. These dresses are ideal for special, unforgettable occasions because the styles are expressive, colorful, and on-trend. The label has everything from cute-as-a-cupcake minis to classy-sexy evening gowns, which means you can find just the right dress to reflect your personal style. Riva Designs dresses are all about having fun, and hands down, it's one of the most playful designers in the NewYorkDress.com collection.

For those girls who want to celebrate prom in an amazing cocktail dress, this rich purple number Riva R420 just might be your dream dress.



This Riva Designs cocktail dress has an asymmetrical neckline with ruffles at the single strap. Small crystals and beadwork shine across the top of the bust and through the ruched bodice. This dress has a mini hemline that's sure to get you noticed in a crowd. With a show-stopping dress like this, go for more-is-more when accessorizing. Silver platforms or strappy high heels will look great along with a beaded or crystal-embellished clutch. Top off your look with playful hair and try loose curls with a middle part or side-swept waves. Or make it more refined with a side-part chignon.

Craving something more classic? This dark magenta Riva R437 gown boasts lovely beaded detail at the straps.



This gown has a deep V-neck and ruching through the bust. A wrap detail accents the empire waist and the skirt has an A-line shape. The sheer overlay adds yet another gorgeous dimension. This is an amazing gown for those who want a traditional look with understated glamour for prom night. Go all out for romance by wearing your hair in loose curls gathered at the nape of the neck to show off the gorgeous peek-a-boo back.

These are just a few of our favorites for this year's big event. Be sure to check out the entire Riva Designs and tell us what you're wearing.


 

Nika Facebook Contest
Wednesday November 16, 2011 No comments yet
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One of NewYorkDress.com's stylists, Jonah, has been sketching up a storm and we've decided to turn it into a challenge!  Sketch one of Nika's designs and post it on our facebook wall.   The winner will win a free dress, of their choosing, from Nika (up to $300)!!!!!

The contests starts November 16th and ends after the first 50 submissions!

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Behind the Scenes with Terani Couture
Tuesday November 15, 2011 No comments yet


Terani Couture Evening Collection

Check out this beautiful behind the scenes video of Terani's Evening collection photoshoot. Ternai is always so classy!




 

Q&A with Niki Kapoor of Nika Formals
Monday November 14, 2011 1 Comment


Q&A with Niki Kapoor of Nika Formals 



Nika Formals is a relatively new addition to the NewYorkDress.com collection. Known for unique patterns, hand-crafted beadwork and high-quality fabrics, this design house has become a new favorite of celebrities, stealing the scene on red carpets all over the world. Lead designer and founder, Niki Kapoor, took time to chat with us last week about her inspirations, a new focus on versatility, and the social causes behind the brand.



NYD: Tell us a little about Nika Formals.

NK: Nika Formals is based on the idea of being different, a little off the books. Quality is very important to us, and it's really a 'better-wear' type of brand. But ultimately, it's the effort we put into being truly different that defines our designs.

Recently, we've found a special niche in contemporary bridal. We're creating a different type of dress for the brides out there that just won't wear your traditional gowns. It's a little less formal and more reflective of the bride's individual style.



NYD: What inspires your designs?

NK: Well, as I said before. I have a huge itch to be different. I don't pay attention to what everyone else is doing. Usually, I have a specific look in mind and go with that. It has a lot to do with the cuts and patterns I use, and I love combining vintage and modern.

Color is a big thing for me. I love the colors in the sky, particularly at sunrise and sunset. That's where I'll find inspiration for new colors, and sometimes, I'll base an entire collection on one color.



NYD: Who is the Nika woman?

NK: She's contemporary, confident, and self-assured. She's very fashionable but uses fashion as an accessory, a means to express herself, not to define who she is. She loves style, has the strength to be different, and the desire to make her own way in the world.

Sometimes in fashion, women are so overshadowed by what others say they should be, but the Nika woman is happy to be her natural, beautiful self.



NYD: What do you like about this season's collection?

NK: I've been told that this year's collection is so different that we have no competition. That's a great compliment. We did a lot of short dresses, and I wanted to create pieces that were more versatile than usual, which really pushed me out of my normal range. I'm curious to see what our customers will think of the versatility. The goal was to keep the functionality working for them. And as usual, color was important, but this time the colors are softer and the collection is a little more vintage. That's just where I was this year. There's more dresses in this collection that I love than ever.

NYD: Can you give us a sneak-peak of next season?

NK: Soon I'll be working on a fall collection. And right now, I'm feeling soft, flowing fabrics. I want to make dresses that are functional and beautiful for my customer. That means designs with a little bit of embellishment but more focused on cuts and patterns. I'll keep it light, clean and soft with lots of chiffon and silks. That's my goal right now anyway; we'll see where I end up.

NYD: What's the best fashion advice you've received?

NK: Hmmm, professionally, I'd have to say the best advice I've received is to follow my instinct and not worry about what everyone else is doing. That and to design what I love because that's what is going to work out to be beautiful.

NYD: What's the one indispensable item in your wardrobe?

NK: My boots. I have a pretty big collection of them. I love tall boots and have been wearing them since before they we're popular. Right now, I'm living in my riding boots. I'm also really into jackets because they are so versatile. You can pair them with practically everything for a unique look. I have a collection of those too.

NYD: Holiday party season is coming up, and what what will you be wearing?

NK: I'm going to be wearing a lot of my own designs. So you'll see me in contemporary short dresses with unique textures. I'm not into bright colors for the holidays. Instead, I like nudes, beiges, whites and off-whites.



NYD: Tell us about the social agenda behind Nika.

NK: Nika is a philanthropic brand whose goal is to use its success and influence to pay it forward and do good things. Our main rule is 'design to empower'. We want women and girls to be very confident about their beauty and promote a positive image of themselves.



Our project S.E.E.D. is up and running now. We are developing our first orphanage in India where we will take in homeless children living in harsh environments—homeless, forced labor, prostitution, etc.—and support them with food, shelter, education and kindness. We want to give them the opportunities they deserve. We'll start in India and grow around the world.

Projects like S.E.E.D. and others are the real mission behind Nika. We want all of our customers to know that we give back. A Nika dress is a purchase you can feel good about, and our customers' support really matters.


 

Sofia Vergara
Monday November 14, 2011 No comments yet


GET THAT LOOK! 

Check out Sofia Vergara, wearing a Reem Acra dress, at The Latin grammys 2011  Of course, she was voted best dressed! (below) 


The sultry star wore a beautiful silver embroidered strapless gown, that showcased her figure in a very tasteful way. 

Here's our NewYorkDress.com answer to this look, starting with Tony Bowls 110C10

Get ready to sparkle in high-style in this strapless evening gown. The strapless corset torso molds a shapely chest curve and shapes a slender waist curve. Delicate vertical lines of gold beading trail down the fitted bodice and into the fishtail skirt & train causing a radiant bust to hem golden shimmer. 




Accessorize with these twisted hoop earring by Sophie 22148. (below)



Add some extra sparkle with this Jason R300 multi line rhinestone cocktail ring and this Sonny B1374 Plaited Bracelet. (below)



Lastly, the clutch bag: This Nine Silver Crystal Line Handbag by Felicity FJ03C shimmers and shines from front to back. Small silver beads glisten on the surface of the handbag, while bigger crystals sit in a beautiful nine line formation for an overall glamorous look. (below)




 

Make everyone Green with envy!
Friday November 11, 2011 No comments yet


'Tis the Season for GREEN!

Make everyone Green with envy when you walk into the room wearing this fabulous holiday trend!  





You will bask in the sensational glow of this unforgettable Alyce 6675 gown! (below) 



This strapless gown by Jovani is the perfect holiday dress, with slanted folds of fabric across the bust line and a wrap of contrasting slanted folds of fabric around the waistline. Jovani 159353 (below) 



A rich shade of green for the holiday season, this emerald satin dress by Jovani B7783 is sure to be a favorite for celebrations this year! (below) 



Edgy and sleek, this shimmery soft a-line dress by  Tony Bowls TBE21034 keeps you in high-style grace all evening long. (below)



Youll never be without a dance partner when you are wearing this sumptuous Alyce 6674 Its radiant, satiny style looks absolutely incredible beneath the lights. (below) 





 

Facebook Contest Winner 11.9.11
Wednesday November 09, 2011 No comments yet



 

Fabulous in Faviana
Wednesday November 09, 2011 No comments yet


Fabulous in Faviana


What do we love most about Faviana? The endless options! Faviana is an amazing brand to explore when looking for the perfect special occasion dress because the label offers so much versatility. No matter how fierce and fabulous or sleek and modern your personal style is, you can find it in a Faviana dress.

Faviana has a wide array of evening gowns. For those who want something a bit more upscale and sophisticated, they've got you covered. There are strapless gowns with minimal detail in the bodice and fantastic sweeping skirts that are sure to be a hit at any formal event. Bombshell looks like this red evening gown Faviana 6732



are why Faviana is a favorite of girls and women who love a little drama in their formalwear. This ultra chic gown will definitely help you make a statement, and as you can see, it's keeping up with the runways, too.





Red is a strong color for fall and winter 2011 and will carry over into spring. For fashion house, Valentino, red has always been a staple color and shown in everything from flowing floor length dresses to tiered cocktail numbers. For the younger set, red is a color that's often left behind in favor of pink, black or metallic shades. Don't be afraid of red. It suits most skin tones remarkably well and always looks great in photographs.

Maybe you're the fashion lover that wants something more trendy. Check out this bandage-style dress Faviana 6829



from Faviana. Strapless, this dress has a sweetheart neckline and faux bandage detail through the skirt. The back reveals a contrasting shade, so you're getting the color-blocking trend and the body con silhouette in one high impact little cocktail dress. It is a great pick for those who want a high fashion look. Bandage detail is a signature of recently revived brand Herve Leger and as a huge hit among supermodels in the '90s like Cindy Crawford. Bring back that excess glamour by pairing your bandage style dress with slightly teased hair and winged liner.





 

The Slit is on the Rise
Wednesday November 09, 2011 No comments yet


The slit is on the rise.

Be the epitome of sexy with this hot off the runway trend.



Runway trends (top)

Kim Kardashian in a Kaufman Franco (bottom-left). Jovani 9613 (bottom-middle), Tony Bowls 112C27 (bottom-right)





 

Congrats to our 'Dress and Tell' Winner for October!
Tuesday November 08, 2011 No comments yet


Congrats to our 'Dress and Tell' winner for the month of October! Beautiful dress! La Femme 16611LF





 

Prints are back!
Friday November 04, 2011 No comments yet


Take a cue off the hottest runways, Prints are back!!!!!!
From bold flowers in Dolce and Gabbana, to broken glass in Stella McCartney, this season is all about PRINTS!!




Miley Cyrus (top left) in a print dress by Sommer. Jovani 17257 (top right) printed minidress $400

Dolce & Gabbana Flower print dress (bottom left). Mon Cheri 211916 (bottom right) sizzling printed gown $498





 

Let’s Talk Terani
Wednesday November 02, 2011 No comments yet


Let's Talk Terani!

Terani is one of those brands that just knows what women want when it comes to formalwear. Fit is key, and Terani has that down pat. You'll notice that many of Terani designs suit many different figures. Another reason to love Terani? High octane glamour. We've all see the long gowns and fabulous cocktail dresses, but what about those same silhouettes done in rich fabrics with intense detailing that mimics those seen on the runways of Paris? That's Terani, and they're known for taking a dress from great to amazing.

In the mood for something short and sassy? We suggest kicking it up a notch with a high glamour mini from Terani. Many brands do cocktail dresses with a party dress spin—lots of bright colors, rhinestones and volume through the skirt. That's a great look too, but sometimes you crave something a bit more refined.



This amazing number has an asymmetrical neckline, and a mix of ruffles, shimmering stones and ruching create texture throughout the dress. While it may seem like a lot's going on, the ultra sleek fit of this dress makes it a perfect look for the most upscale special occasion.

Terani knows how to do texture for the after 5 lifestyle. This strapless dress



has an ornate flower detail at the bust, while the feathers through the skirt work that trend with ease. This dress is bold, and contrary to our usual advice, we suggest keeping up the more is more theme. Opt for sparkling chandelier earrings and/or some major bling in a cocktail ring.

Love the luxe look in a gown? Then you're in luck with Terani. This strapless dress



has a sweetheart neckline and amazing ruffled detail through the floor-length skirt. You'll be sweeping, sultry, and ready to dance the night away. If you want to add sparkle to ruffles, choose a Terani dress



with sparkling stones wrapping the bust or waist for added glamour. A long gown calls for a low tight bun or sleek ponytail. Add chandelier earrings and a sparkling bracelet for a fabulous finish. While a simple evening bag works with Terani dresses, don't be afraid to reach for a clutch



that's embellished with stones or sequins. Terani dresses can stand up to a little healthy competition.



 

Be a Trendsetter in Tadashi
Tuesday November 01, 2011 No comments yet


Be a Trendsetter in Tadashi!

Tadashi is a sophisticated designer that's a favorite of stars like Zooey Deschanel, Olivia Palermo and Laila Ali. Stars turn to Tadashi when they want a fantastic dress that looks polished and put-together. So it's no wonder these dresses are a favorite of so many women on and off the red carpet. Tadashi is the on-trend formal brand that's the go-to for women in their 20s and older, and we have a huge selection for you to choose from.

TABASHI HOTLIST
Luxe
Elegant
Trendy
Sophisticated


Maybe you want to look extra amazing for a cocktail party or to celebrate a milestone birthday? This sizzling dress



hits just the right notes for the woman who wants to keep it modest while adding a little sensuality. This quarter-sleeve dress is covered with shimmering graphic cutouts, and graphic prints were all over the runway for spring 2012. So this dress does double duty no matter the season.

Style Tips for Tadashi 8A901310M: If you're wearing it during cooler weather, add sheer black pantyhose or opaque black tights. Black pumps work well or add ankle boots for an edgy look. [image attached (Credit Image: © Federico Gambarini/DPA/ZUMAPRESS.com)] When it comes to hair, waves with a center part add to the modern feel of this dress.



While Tadashi does plenty of cute trendy frocks, they really excel at fabulous gowns that are modern and refined. This lace sheath gown



is an amazing pick for a high-end social event. You will look and feel like a princess in this Tadashi gown. It falls just off the shoulders with a lace overlay throughout the entire dress. The nipped waist is highlighted with contrasting ribbon, and the skirt has a slight flare.

Style Tips for Tadashi 8H438L: This dress will be magnificent with a chignon or low tight ponytail. A matte red lip [image attached (Credit Image: © Cultura/ZUMAPRESS.com)] look will finish this look off with a classic edge.





 
 
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