(PRWEB) September 10, 2011
MyReviewsNow is excited to announce its affiliation with the Marissa Collection, a lovely women's fashion and clothes boutique.
Some women dream of places like this, an elegant online clothes boutique bursting with jewelry, handbags, dresses, shoes and accessories, all by top designers like Oscar de La Renta, Malene Birger, Lanvin, Brunello Cucinelli, Michael Kors, Chloe, Donna Karen, Alexander Wang and Alexander McQueen.
Customer savor the Marissa Collections with a voluptuous slowness, imagining what this or that fashion item would look, or feel, like if it was theirs. Yes, some of the women's apparel in the Marissa Collections clothes boutique is eye-poppingly expensive, but relative bargains can be found.
The shoes sold at the clothes boutique are amazing in their beauty, even to a woman who does not fancy high heels. From Lanvin, there is a raw silk pump with a bow at the toe and a four-inch heel, and a metallic ballet flat with a great floppy bow at the toe. Other remarkable Lanvin shoes are a high-heeled satin pump with a ribbon at the back, another metallic pump with a chunky heel and a suede ballet flat with the toe decorated in jewels.
Oscar de la Renta is represented with a very high-heeled pump of embroidered satin with a decoration of ribbons and crystals at the toe, as well as a fun bootie decorated with marabou feathers and embroidery and another low-heeled pump in orange suede, with colored beads and bugles at the toe. Mystique offers quite delicious looking simple thong sandals, one with knotted straps picked out in crystal, others with straps decorated with turquoise beads or beige jewels.
If the customer is in the mood for Manolo Blahnik shoes, Marissa has them as well, including a high-heeled, open-toed sandal decorated with a jeweled buckle and another pointed-toed slingback.
Dresses and Tops
More items of women’s apparel include dresses, also by high-end designers. The oatmeal colored Oscar de la Renta Cashgora Crop Jacket, beautifully sculptured in a way that recalls Chanel, has square shoulders, a Peter Pan collar edged with discreet ruffles, ruffles down the closing and three large, colored buttons. This masterpiece is made in Italy and is 45 percent orylag, 45 percent wool and 10 percent cashmere. A draped, classical, one-shouldered Michael Kors gown harkens back to the simple, but stunning, gowns worn by Jackie Kennedy in the White House.
After being dazzled with this quality of women's apparel just at he clothes boutique, the customer may be almost afraid to look at the jewelry. It is best to begin with the bangles and bracelets by designers like Alexis Bittar, Asha and Bounkit. Many of them are competitively priced. One rather reasonable bracelet is a hinged cuff, studded with gold bits, by Alexis Bittar. Another hinged bracelet looks like it has the paws of some wild cat, studded in jewels, while another one of this designer’s hinged bracelets has two jeweled snakeheads at the ends. An Arunashi cuff is simplicity itself, as it is a simple item of real, brushed gold. Oscar de la Renta appears with a quirky, pretty charm bracelet.
Before the customer reluctantly leaves the women's apparel offered at Marissa’s Collections clothes boutique, they must have a peek at the handbags, especially the evening bags. There are clutch bags by Asha made of python and crocodile, and a couple of must-have minaudieres from Marchesa, one with an organza rose in its center and another embroidered with glittering crystal. Another one of Marchesa's handbags is in the shape of a black fan made out of satin, with what looks like a jeweled clasp.
Now, the customer can at last relax, take a deep breath after all this, and choose which item of astounding women's apparel they will purchase! Marissa's Collections is the one online clothes clothes boutique that no woman should pass up. The clothes, jewels and accessories it sells gives a whole new meaning to the word "irresistible!"
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