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Feb

13

Eloquii – $49 Dresses

Eloquii is doing a promo they’re calling 5 Days of Fabulousness. Every day for the next five days, they’re going to throw down something they consider to be great deals. Personally, I think their lack of ability to pick a non-ridiculous name means their taste should be immediately considered suspect. So, since they’re a member of a suspect class, I’m going to look over their suggested fabulousness and try to pull a few examples of things worth actually considering.

Today’s offering: $49 Dresses

Dress with navy stripes

If you have the ability to pull off a sheath dress, then this Printed Stripe Dress is a potentially awesome addition to your wardrobe. Navy and white is a great combo, and leaves you with lots of options for other colors to play with as accents–yellow, orange, pink, or green would all work well.

Black and yellow print dress

It’s not easy to see in the picture, but the combination of slight cowl neck and box pleats in this Two In One Belted Box Pleat Dress makes for interesting details in an otherwise pretty simple dress. This is an easy to wear shape for a variety of body types (please, please, please don’t pull that belt up so it rides under your boobs), and the happy yellow color in the skirt makes it suitable for a wide range of seasons.

Faux wrap dress in navy

I know it’s another navy dress, but this one is actually available in other colors as well — charcoal, black, a lighter/brighter blue, and green. This was just my favorite picture of the ones on the site. And besides, who can resist a wrap dress? OK, so technically Eloquii’s Signature 3/4 Sleeve Wrap Dress is a faux-wrap,  but it’s still pretty. And versatile. And for less than fifty bucks, a pretty decent buy.

There are other dresses on offer today for $49, but these were my favorites.

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Feb

01

Suit Up: Brady vs. Manning (the younger)

Esquire throws a bit of analysis at who is winning the style war…
http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fashion/eli-manning-tom-brady-style-020112

 

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