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Personal Stylist Purchase – Pleated Halston Dress


Designer fashion does not sway me. The price tag and eccentricities or pretension of the designer add nothing to the appeal of an garment. Rareity and quality is all I need. Not everyone feels this way. Recently I worked with a difficult client. She wasn't liking much of what I brought her. A bit of the devil crawled into me – I had to test my theory. I held up one of the most boresome and ill fitting Prada tops I could find. I made sure to say Prada. Then I held up a stunning well made Ann Taylor top. She actually considered the Prada top. She had to fight her own inner demons to end up choosing the Ann Taylor top.

Now that I have tooted my own horn, I will admit there is one designer that I have to have. There is one name that moves me and makes a garment extra special. A name that gives more value to a dress that it does not necessarily deserve… Halston Heritage. I must have Halston. 

One of my most recent purchases is a frock from the bridal collection of Halston Heritage, but don't expect any wedding invitations. I am just wearing it to brunch and apparently nightclubs. In the picture I have paired it with KORS suede wedges and an Ann Taylor necklace. 

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