"This colllection of vintage bridesmaid dresses is sure to please," says Shabby Apple owner Athelia LeSueur, "and brides can add a touch of class to their bridal gowns with an elegant taffeta sash set off with a tasteful silver and jeweled brooch."
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
From the classic sheath to full skirts from the 50s originally inspired by Dior’s new look, the line includes vintage dresses in a variety of designs and fabrics to flatter bridesmaids of all kinds. Stretch matte satin dresses in colors ranging from rich jewel tones to pale pastels are all made to fit the occasion. Two wrap dresses, including one in an intriguing satin jersey maxi dress, offer a rare combination of both class and comfort for bridesmaids celebrating the all-day affair. Shabby Apple plays up the trends with a flirty eyelash lace while also offering a more traditional approach using an embroidered crochet lace dress that pops with bright liners.
All the bridesmaid dresses can be enhanced with add-on accessories. Two different style sashes in luxurious cream taffeta can be punctuated with a choice of nine silver and jeweled brooches.
The “Something Old, Something New” line launches on April 23, 2013.
Shabby Apple also sells dresses for newborns, children, preteens and women of all sizes. The brand features classic, vintage style affordable dresses, while staying loyal to their belief that a dress should be a one-piece outfit, no need to add anything - no tank tops, cardigans, or slips necessary.
Shabby Apple LLC is an American online dress boutique. Shabby Apple simplifies the dressing process for women. The company’s “Fit-to-Flatter” approach focuses on helping women dress for their body shape by providing detailed information on the styles, cuts, and fabrics that flatter various body types. Shabby Apple also suggests different accessories for a single dress to create looks appropriate for various occasions. Indie-prep professionals and hipster moms inspire the dress designs.
The company designs women’s dresses, feminine fitness wear, a maternity line, a Shabby Baby line of dresses for girls up to eight-years old, and a preteen line for girls eight to twelve.
Shabby Apple was founded in 2006. The company launches six lines of dresses and one swimsuit line each year and is a women-owned and operated, socially responsible company. It has partnered with Accion, a non-profit organization in the micro finance industry, to help alleviate global poverty for millions of women and their families.