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Oh what a little ribbon can do. A classic red dress can easily shift from bright and colorful at the garden party, to sleek and sophisticated for a night at the ballet. Cotton shell with a little stretch and matching nylon lining. Flattering neckline, true cap sleeves, fitted bodice and a skirt to flatter your curves. Red red red.  We'll surprise you with two ribbon belts--two dresses for the price of one, really. What a deal. Finally a legitimate excuse to spend a whole day scouring the town for the perfect piece of ribbon.

Special thanks to Brianna Ayres and Wallflowers Salon for styling Annie for the photo shoot.

 
 
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Hark! Could it be? It is! The first dress of spring! Turquoise cotton textured with streaks of silver and Swiss dots. Slightly fitted at the waist and chest, zips in the back. V-neck can be as deep (or not) as you like. Would look great with a colorful slip, too. 

 
 
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A peacock-inspired print (charmeuse) paired with sleek navy blue (refined wool). Lots of color with swirling purples, greens and blues to lure in springtime. Ties are attached and add just the right accent. Zips up the back. Could this be one of those "transition" office-to-evening outfits that magazines promise will simplify your life? We don't know about that. We just promise you'll look fantastic. And know it.