Get sassy in this mini cheongsam dress style.
I was alerted by my dearest mom one day about an online boutique she spotted and proceeded to search for it and that’s why I’m sharing it with you. Sometimes, you stumble upon gems that are from your own backyard like this. Ample Couture, once known as Fancy Fashion has a physical store located at Mid Valley.
If you’re into dresses, I find that it is a galore of affordable and quality trendy dresses. From the shortest mini to the floor-grazing majestic maxi, you could be looking at them all day and get all hot and bothered because you now face the issue of having too many attractive choices.
With that said, I’m here to reduce your time scrambling for the perfect party dress as I’ve found it all embodied in this modern cheongsam dress style from Ample Couture. The feature that gets me excited is the distinct cheongsam asymmetrical neckline. Instead of the usual embroidery you’d typically see, the neckline side slit is held together with a modern metal adornments. This unique addition makes this mini cheongsam dress quite sassy and perfect for expressing your edgy feminine allure during the party season.
The body-accentuating cheongsam dress is made of stretchable fabric. Rendered in three color options of purple, black and red, the dress has a back zipper and is short-sleeved.
The high neckline is gorgeously minimalist with an embroidered knot to keep it together. Price tagged at RM 94 only, this dress can be yours and don’t forget your girlfriends!
Eyeball the dresses and tell me if you’re swayed.
Purple Mini Cheongsam Dress
Red Mini Cheongsam Dress
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