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June 03, 2007



I was recently in Northern California over Christmas, and came upon an ADORABLE, WELL-MADE L'Aignon day dress that I had to have. It is made of a very fine light denim. It is fitted on top, with mandarin collar, 3/4 length sleeves, a peplum, and is belted. But the most disarming feature of the dress is the bottom half: The "skirt" is made of seven layered tiers of the denim, with a built-in petticoat edged in lace. It has a remarkably versatile look: It can either be dressed up with the perfect hat and gloves, or (because of the denim fabric), dressed down with the perfect scarf and ballet flats. What a find!

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What a nice collection of those L'Aignon Dress.but i wonder if this is suited to me. anyways. it have a cool style. hope to see more L'Aignon Dress. keep posting!


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Wow! I like the dress, I love the red stripe design of it.



Can you tell me what store you found this at? I live in St. Louis and I can't think of a place that fits the description. I'd love to check it out! Thanks!

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Wow !! What a nice collection of jewelry. I love the color of this dress and red strip on it giving it very good look. I would like to buy same dress for my younger sister.

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Does anyone know where I can find cute dresses online? not like long ones but more summery ones?
i tried kohls and delias already.
thanks for all your help! =)

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Ok...i live in santa rosa and i love the vintage style.
I want to get some vintage dresses (real or just look like) but i cant find a really good place to buy them...

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I like this color pink one really looking very n=much feminine color. would like to purchase this dress for my fiancee. keep posting such a nice dresses.


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