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I’ve got my red dress on tonight…

I’m so excited to meet Taryn Watt and her blog Watt to Wear!

Watt To Wear - Sydney Fashion, Lifestyle & Beauty

Just as a picture can say a thousand words, so too can a little red dress. Red, the colour of passion, fire and love – a dress in this sensual hue can be a powerful weapon in your wardrobe. Have fun, get sexy and wear with caution. 😉
1375712_10151758306564682_995066060_nphoto (10)ASOS excels at stunning little red dresses at ridiculously low prices. The majority of the dresses come in midi length which, while is the trend of the minute, doesn’t suit everyone. So if this is you (like me) or you simply just want it shorter to make it a little more fun, take it to the amazing ladies at PQ Fashions and have them shorten it to the ideal length for you, just like I did.

Above: ASOS Midi Dress With Latitice Straps @ Byblos Restaurant and Bar

Below: ASOS Sexy Pencil Dress With Textured Cold Shoulder @ Stockholm Syndrome


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Ema Savahl Couture

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Fusion Corset Dress

Hand painted dress with corset laced open back.

Ema Savahl Couture comes to the world of high fashion as the love child of creator – designer and owner Ema Koja. By marrying her limitless imagination with her exquisite taste, Ema brings in collection after collection of wearable pieces of art. Her strong talent in pattern making and mixing, her fine eye for color combination and detail oriented approach, have made the brand Ema Savahl recognizable and a fan favorite amidst celebrities and fashionistas worldwide. Once you see an Ema Savahl design, you fall in love with it, and unlike any love, you remember its uniqueness and you recognize it always!

Update to Recent Clothing Releases Page

I’m still using the same ideas as in the previous 2 designs, but I have totally pimped this dress out with a strapless neckline, added colour, a flexi-skirt and matching stockings from my SBP range. I’ve also completely redesigned the packaging with new product shots.

This time I uploaded to Marketplace using the “direct” upload method, which is brilliant. You simply copy your clothing items into a “Merchant Inbox” and they appear on the website. It went so much quicker than usual, I even managed to replace one of the items which had not been properly finished when I tested the delivery.

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