It’s summer, aka the season of bachelorette parties, rehearsal dinners and weddings galore. Amidst ringing bells, floral processionals, champagne toasts to questionable best-man speeches, and all night dance parties to classics like “Baby Got Back”… I’ve found myself in non-stop need of cute (or sexy, sassy, and sweet) party attire. And though it’s hard to find well-fitting, trendy dresses that keep the crowds cooing for more, Chi-town just happens to host my favorite wedding wardrobe solution.
Enter Le Dress, a trendy and thoughtfully organized (think day casual to evening elegant) dress haven. Amongst funky chandeliers and hot pink wallpaper are racks of designer duds waiting with breath bated to be taken home by moi. I have to say I have fallen madly for the sweet, floral patterns by Trina Turke, the sexy strapless dresses by Shoshanna, and even the casual sundresses by Hills star LC. And I’ll admit, on more than one occasion I have also shamelessly coveted the ever-so-saucy belted cocktail dresses by A.B.S. (perfect for both bachelorette parties and rehearsal dinners). With versatility in mind, if a formal affair is on the books, Le Dress also offers a substantial collection of sophisticated, floor length satin gowns by Issue.
One of the true perks of shopping Le dress is that you don’t have to have a celebrity size bank account to be able to purchase the goods you want. Most lines are reasonable (ranging from $100 - $400) and when you are looking for an item that really won’t break the bank, Le Dress offers its own label line (both classy and well made), making affordability a non-issue.
And of course, when shopping for multiple events, convenience is everything! So when I go to Le Dress I not only find plenty of hot-to-trot dress options, but all of the ensemble essentials as well! Be sure to explore their selection of wraps, clutches, jewelry and even Hollywood Tape (to keep everything in place!).
There is no question that when it comes to weddings, Le Dress is my true paramour!
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