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Fashionista NOW: 3 Party Dress Styles To Nail Feminine Allure With An Edge

3 Party Dress Styles To Nail Feminine Allure With An Edge

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For tailored dress styles that are expressive of your feminine energy with a special edgy twist, this post will reveal them all.

Sometimes a simple dress design with a little twist can be all you need to wear to a party. This holiday season, if you’re so inclined, why not make minimalistic yet expressive dresses with an edge your go-to? The ones by Fasada captivated me at first sight and here I am sharing three of their beautifully handcrafted dresses in their collection with you.

For clothing with an edge, the independent label creates one of a kind pieces from fine fabrics handpicked from local stores in Croatia. The result is a signature style that has a pervading mood of its own. Black ribbons, asymmetric cuts, draped silhouettes and bold frills make their dresses radiate a sense of mystery and magnetism about the wearer.

If you’re into this distinct kind of mood for your festive look, then have a visual feast of the dresses down below and enjoy.


Black 3D Floral A-Line Dress


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High Neck Polka Dot Circle Dress


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Gold Sequin Ribbon Strap Midi Dress


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Which dress would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.

For more edgy feminine dresses with a nonchalant vibe, don’t forget to give FasadaClothing a peek and a follow!

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