Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Bubble dresses are undeniably cute, but they’re also undeniably a challenge to wear. The very thin may be overwhelmed, the hippy are further accented by the very bubble itself. There is also a trendiness factor. Still, the bubble’s been around (in this incarnation) for at least a couple of years, so there could be more life for it. And besides, we at BeansTalk are all about wearing whatever you want, so long as it makes you feel good. And if a bubble tunic or dress makes you bubbly, you have our support.
Aase Bubble Tunic
Short length bubble hem tunic with ruching along the neckline
- 30'' approx length from shoulder to hem
- 100% rayon, hand wash cold, line dry
- USA $17.80
Rag & Bone Bubble Dress
• Pleated detail.
• Bubble skirt.
• 100% silk.
• Dry clean.
• Made in USA of imported materials.
• Modern Size Guide
Evoking the image of a turn-of-the-century peddler, Rag & Bone was founded in 2001 with a focus on fundamentals in design and fabrication. Their denim-centric collection abounds with utilitarian-yet-elegant silhouettes in neutral shades that echo those in classic work wear. A deep commitment to history and the skills of generations of artisans has kept their operation entirely based in the US, ensuring their vision of the American marketplace. $515
Posted by News 24/5 at 6:18 AM