Dress of the Week: Ramona Keveza RK273

Good morning brides-to-be and fashion lovers! What better way to end the week than with a new Bridal Dress of the Week! Today, we are so excited to present a Ramona Keveza gown made of silk taffeta and silk crepe. The draped one-shoulder neckline gives the gown a unique look, while the fluted-shape skirt flatters the feminine body beautifully.

ciao y besos,
gaby celi

And now we present: RK273

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Vendor Spotlight: Windsor Custom at The Ainsworth

The CUE girls have found a hidden gem underneath The Ainsworth, a wonderful restaurant here in New York City. Down a set of narrow stairs lies Windsor Custom, a custom menswear ‘living room’. This is more than just a shopping experience as you are provided with a full bar, pool table, tasting menu, full privacy, and concierge-like professional service. The clothing style caters to all different types of men, from the finance guy to the artist, from the athlete to the realtor, from the DJ to the lawyer. They have knowledge of all the latest trends and styles and help guide each gentleman into a comfort zone that fits them. This is the perfect place for a groom and his groomsmen to get their wedding attire while also having a great time! Windsor Custom is more hands on than the average custom company and prides its self on being 100% made in the USA.

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Photos courtesy of Windsor Custom

Windsor Custom is by appointment only, to reserve call 212-741-0628 and be sure to check them out at http://windsorcustomnyc.com

Xoxo,

Sheri

Dress of the Week: Acacia by Anne Barge

This week we bring you a dress from Anne Barge’s 2014 Spring collection. This season Anne was inspired by the romance of the past. The soft pastels and sense of lightness as evoked by the Impressionist painter, Claude Monet was Anne’s muse. She was particularly inspired by Monet’s vision and breath-taking interpretations of his opulent gardens at Giverny, France. Thus, the gown Acacia was designed! This strapless corset is made with beaded Chantilly lace and silk organza. The mermaid skirt is accented with gorgeous cascading ruffles.

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Photos courtesy of Anne Barge
Let us know what you think!
Xoxo,
Sheri