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Archive: December 2011


Shine this Prom 2012 in Johnathan Kayne
Monday December 26, 2011 No comments yet


Jonathan Kayne. Light up Prom night… literally! 

Check out our new dress by Jonathan Kayne, style 268JK


 

Sherri Hill Sparkles
Thursday December 22, 2011 No comments yet


Sherry Hill certainly knows how to design a party dress, but which of these styles would you rather sparkle in, this New Years Eve?

1) Sherri Hill 2781

2) Sherri Hill 2226 

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Who did it better, Terani or Bowls?
Monday December 19, 2011 2 Comments

Terani Vs Tony Bowls

We've recently talked about these two styles, which have a very similar style. Now we want to hear from you. Who does it better: Terani #1 ( style: P677) or Tony Bowls #2 ( style: TS11256 )?



 

Kendall Jenner wearing Terani on Teen Prom
Saturday December 17, 2011 No comments yet

Check out Kendall Jenner 

on the cover of Teen Prom, in one of our Terani P677 !! $318 

Kendall and Terani






 

Novembers Dress and Tell Winner
Saturday December 17, 2011 No comments yet


Congratulations to our Dress and Tell contest winner! 

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We are a bit late announcing last months Dress and Tell winner, however we announce it now with some GREAT NEWSI We've increased the prize! Congratulations to Ioana who has just won $500 in NewYorkDress.com dollars!!!!!! Surprise!

There are just two weeks left until we pick our next winner so be sure to enter soon!!



 

Jovani 7757 Who Wore it Better
Wednesday December 14, 2011 No comments yet


Match Maker: who wore it better? 

1) Teairra Mari 

2) Evelyn Lozada 

3) Susan Peters 

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Jovani 7757 : Look like you are wearing nothing but glistening jewels when you slip into this dazzling sheer dress. This thigh-high cocktail dress features a boat neckline and long sleeves. Sparkling jewels are scattered over the translucent fabric creating a truly lavish and sensual look.


 

Exclusive Q&A with Faviana
Wednesday December 14, 2011 No comments yet


Exclusive Q&A with Faviana



NYD:
Can you tell me a little bit about Faviana and the new Glamour collection?

Faviana: Faviana is one of the leading designers and producers of stylish, sophisticated evening wear in the world. Owned by the Moradi family for more than 20 years, Faviana is renowned for its innovative style, quality workmanship and exceptional fit, as well as its meticulous attention to detail, including beading, sequins and embroidery.

Branching out from our usual style, the Faviana Glamour collection is for the confident woman eager to wear sexy occasion pieces. With a bold and beautiful customer in mind, this new collection is comprised of cutting-edge special occasion dresses. The Glamour collection attracts the sophisticated and self-assured woman with a fearless fashion sense. It’s our go-to collection for chic special occasion dresses.  

NYD: What are some of the in-house favorites at Faviana?

Faviana: Some of our favorites include printed ball gowns and a-line ball gowns.  We also love simple, classy styles such as 6428 and some of our hottest new slims. 


NYD: What do you think women look for in an evening dress?

Faviana: Hmmm, most women look for something that flatters their figure. And they also want perceived value.

NYD: What trends are you embracing this season?

Faviana: We’re embracing beaded illusion and illusion with chiffon bottoms. We also have modified one-shoulder looks and have taken our own spin on the sequins. 

NYD: So Kate vs. Pippa, which Middleton sister is making the biggest fashion waves?

Faviana: We’re partial to Pippa. Her shape and style are better for our designs, and she just looks gorgeous everywhere she goes. 

NYD: We know Faviana's a master of celebrity gowns. What dress do you suggest for an unforgettable red carpet look?

Faviana: Simple, understated class. Our favorite stars to watch on the red carpet are Angelina Jolie, Carrie Underwood and Eva Longoria.    

NYD: Prom's just around the corner, do you have any fashion advice for this year?

Faviana: Go for something different, and wear a hi-low dress or try a slit. Pair your hi-low or slit dress with some amazing shoes for a knockout prom look. 

NYD: Can you give us the insider's dish about any up-and-coming collections? (Silhouettes, embellishments, fabrics, colors, etc.) 

Faviana: We went after stretch mesh this year more than ever, and we used stretch taffeta and stretch satins as well. We’re is known for our unique prints, and we also tried ombre sequin dresses this season—these are sure to be a hit at all events this year!


 

Nika Fashion Illustration
Tuesday December 13, 2011 No comments yet

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The winner of our Nika Fashion Illustration Contest is Antonina Saiko! She wins the free dress from Nika Formals! Congratulations Antonina! This is a beautiful illustration of Nika’s style 4080


 

Blush Prom Dresses 2012
Tuesday December 13, 2011 No comments yet


Blush Prom Dresses 2012 
This is a great behind the scenes video of Blush's 2012 prom dress photo shoot! They've captured the stunning detail of prom dresses for this year!



 

Seventeen and Teen prom magazines!
Tuesday December 13, 2011 No comments yet


Check us out in Seventeen and Teem Prom magazines!! 

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Also, be sure to register your prom dress and check out what other girls are wearing to your prom, on our registry! The more you spread the word, the less likely you'll have a style twin at your prom! Best of all it's free and you can register any dress, even if you didn't buy it from us!


 

Mac Duggal Sexy Spring 2012 Showcase
Sunday December 11, 2011 No comments yet


Mac Duggal unveils their sexy Spring 2012 collection 

at the Atlanta Apparel event. 



 

Jasz Couture Prom Collection 2012
Saturday December 10, 2011 No comments yet


Jasz Couture Prom Collection 2012. 



 

Match Maker, Melanie Fionas
Wednesday December 07, 2011 No comments yet



Match Maker

Style Inspiration: R&B chick Melanie Fionas in the current YRB Magazine! This singer has been stepping up her style and look...and these new pics are her best yet!

NewYorkDress.com Match: Mac Duggal’s 1135D. lustrous plunging V-neck gown. If you’d like to make a lasting impression, you should look no further than this! $1,198.00


 

Match Maker, Leona Lewis and Sherry Hill
Wednesday December 07, 2011 1 Comment



Match Maker

Style Inspiration: British singer Leona Lewis at Emeralds & Ivy Ball. Like her lyrics, this dress with a sweetheart neckline and billowing skirt, is romantic and dramatic.

NewYorkDress.com Match: Sherri Hill 1434S gown. It’s all about glamour in this strapless gown with a dip at the center of the bust and a skirt that is full with layers of fabric and a sheer overlay. $650.00


 

Prom Hairstyles 2012
Tuesday December 06, 2011 No comments yet
Match Maker for your style needs

What hair style will best match your prom 2012 dress? 

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Tony Bowls Spring 2012 Collection Showcase
Tuesday December 06, 2011 No comments yet
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Tony Bowls Spring 2012 Collection Showcase 

Tony Bowls' signature prom dresses are crafted from luxurious fabrics and decorated with intricate details. It will be certainly be a night to remember when you wear one of these dresses. 





 

STYLE THIS Terani 11028H
Tuesday December 06, 2011 No comments yet
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STYLE THIS Terani 11028H 

Terani 11028H. Here are two looks that work. Which do you prefer, option 1 or option 2?   Feel free to suggest more!  
accessories for Terani 11028H

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LOOK 1:
Earrings: Yochi EH689
LOOK 2:
Earrings:  Yochi EH621
Evening bag: Boutique 92478
Ring:  Jason R301


HAIR: the half up option is a great one. It accentuates the beauty of a woman's neckline and stands out since most girls tend to do complete updo's for formals.  Also, the princess sweetheart neckline is beautiful and you don't want to cover it with too much hair.

ACCESSORIES: with a strapless dress long, dangling earrings are great. Since the exaggerated fabric rose and leopard print of this dress are complex, a more simple bracelet, shoes, and clutch bag will work best. A cocktail ring would also be fantastic.

UNDERGARMENTS: There are may different kinds of strapless bras on the market, but make sure to look for a simple one with smooth cups. Lace and other embellishments often leave a crumpled look under a strapless dress.  Push up bras are also great with strapless bras, even if you don't think you need one. They give the most support and have the most weight to help hold your dress up.

Body shapers are also great to wear with fitted dresses. They also tend to remind us to stand up straight.  Posture is very important in every dress, so keep those shoulders back and your head up! =)



 

Jasz Couture Prom 2012
Monday December 05, 2011 No comments yet
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Jasz Couture Prom 2012

Here are some sultry Jasz Couture dresses for Prom 2012. Which wis your favorite?




 

Get Real With Sydney's Closet
Friday December 02, 2011 No comments yet


Get Real with Sydney's Closet! 

We just had a great lunch with the owners of Sydney's Closet, where we talked about the way society refers to larger models as "plus size" and tiny, size zero models, as "normal". We all agreed… it's time for us all to rethink what it is to be a "normal" size.


The dress above is a Dazzling single strap dress by Sydneys Closet 7057 gown.
 


 

Milla Jovovich and the Campari 2012 Campaign
Friday December 02, 2011 No comments yet


Milla Jovovich and the Campari 2012 Campaign


The idea behind this campaign is so sexy and original (Milla Jovovich obviously helps too). Go Campari!

"What attracted me to the Campari calendar was number one, the history of Campari," said Milla Jovivich. "I think it's so incredible to be a part of 150th anniversary of an aperitif."

Watch Milla in a challenging number of poses across precisely crafted sets. Whether in a long drapey dress or a tighter ensemble, Milla always has the classic glass of Campari in hand.



 

3 Easy Work-to-Fabulous Holiday Hairstyles
Thursday December 01, 2011 No comments yet


3 Easy Work-to-Fabulous Holiday Hairstyles

Going from work to a party can be hectic, but you don't want to skimp on style just because you're short on time! Check out these 3 super simple hairstyles for the holidays, all courtesy of Lauren Conrad. Whether you're a fan of the ex-reality star or not, you have to admit the gal has simple hairstyles down to a science and always looks pulled together and chic.

1. The top knot. This is the hairstyle you either love or hate. Conrad loves it and so do we. It's simple and looks great with a fabulous party dress that sparkles or boasts serious lace detail. It's a chic hairstyle that gets your hair out of the way. Plus, if you're the girl that always wears her hair down, pulling it back will make you look different and special for the occasion. Start with dirty hair (yay!), and bring hair to the round of the head, smoothing out any bumps with a brush. If your hair has flyaways or frizzies, you can apply a smoothing cream before bringing the hair up into a ponytail. Brush through the ponytail and split into two sections. Wind one section around the ponytail elastic and pin with tonal (those that match your own hair color) bobby pins. Do the same with the remaining piece of hair. Use a fine tooth comb and hair spray to get those stubborn flyaways after the bun is in place. We love this hairstyle with winged cat liner.



2. The headband. A sparkly headband looks grownup and fabulous when it's delicate and has subtle shine. You don't want anything with a big bow or mega prints. Stick to a princess-like headband. Conrad chose a gold headband for a book signing, and the look is super simple to pull off and looks fantastic on gals with curly or wavy hair. Enhance your curls or waves with a glossing cream to give them bounce and shine. If your hair is straight, you can set your hair in large rollers or go through it with a curling iron. We're bonkers for this hairstyle because it can be a bit messy and undone and still look great. Part hair where you're comfortable; a deep side part is sassy, while Conrad's middle part is more refined. After parting hair, gather hair loosely at the nape of the neck, roll it, and pin into sections, about 3-4 inches of hair at a time. If it's a bit messy, there's no need to worry. This is a more bohemian look. Add the headband and spray with a soft hold hair spray to avoid the curls from looking too "done." A fun hairstyle like this needs a bright pink lip!



3. The chic ponytail. A ponytail may sound bland, but check out Conrad's take on this basic hairstyle. If your hair is curly or wavy, you can still wear this hairstyle. No need to bust out the flat iron or blow dryer to attempt to make your hair straight. Work a shine serum through hair because whatever the texture is, shiny hair always wins! Create a deep side part with a fine tooth comb. Bring hair over to the opposite side of the part and gather at the nape of the neck. Secure hair with an elastic. Take a piece of hair from the underside of the ponytail and wind it around the elastic and pin with a bobby pin underneath the ponytail. If the hair isn't smooth and doesn't want to wind easily, curl that piece of hair. The spring effect of the curl will let it wrap the elastic in no time. Finish with hair spray to lock the look in. We love this hairstyle with a strapless dress because it adds a little something extra to bare skin at the top of the dress.


 

Walk Like A Runway Model
Thursday December 01, 2011 No comments yet


Walk Like A Runway Model

Fashion models make it look so effortless, but strutting in 4-inch heels is no easy task. Check out this video for some tip on how to making walking in heels less of a feat.




 
 
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