We’re pleased to present to you part ii of the series “What She Wants”, a collection full of pretty dresses in various sizes and cuttings. We hope you love it as much as we do! =D
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Vaicher Drape Dress
One of the dresses that we brought in that is slightly oversized for our model, this dress features an elasticised back for a good fitting, layers and layers of fabric and wonderful drapes and a plunging neckline. Pick magenta for a colour blast, or black for more professional impact, accessorise with pearls for a sophisticated touch of Audrey Hepburn or pair with an inner tube for more cover up!
Of Leopard Prints…
In the style of Kate Moss
Liana Blazer w/ Leopard Lining
This blazer that reminds us of the trademark sharp blazers donned by Victoria Beckham is an absolute must-have for blazer enthusiasts whose nightmare is falling into a crowd of other fellow blazer enthusiats while looking the same as everyone else. With the exceptional cut and tailoring of this piece and the luxe satin leopard printed lining, this is the way to wear animal prints in the tropics, where the weather is totally unsympathetic about your need to wear a leopard printed jacket once in a while. Fold the cuffs up to reveal the animal instinct that’s definitely not over the top, or wear it with the cuffs unfolded (and the leopard prints hidden) on days when you feel more subdued. The gold plated embossed button is another beautiful detail we’re stoked with.
Amabel Work Dress
I don’t know about you but I do have a thing for nude-coloured work dresses especially those that come with diagonal seams, pleated details beautifully folded and tucked at the waist and darts at the back for a figure accentuating effect.
Inez Drape Dress
Another slightly oversized dress for our model, this dress brings us back to Korean drama fever with features of beautiful korean stars in wonderful up-to-date fashion that consist of dresses with feminine drapes (note that cowl neck and side drapes). If you’re looking for a dress that helps you exude an aura of feminity topped off with lots of style, this is it. (Ps: It’s not ideal to wear this as a top due to the abundance of fabric at the bottom, unless you’re willing to cut off the bottom and hem it up.)
Of Trench Coats…
Inglese Trench Coat
We didn’t want to name our latest collections Fall/Winter because Loef’s offerings are primarily for our local customers and it feels ridiculous to name the collections as Fall or worse Winter when the closest thing Singapore gets to Fall/Winter is a thunderstorm that lasts for 60 mins. Fur coats and other gorgeous winter wear were also out of the question unless you were planning on traveling to a country that is experiencing winter. I, for one have always wanted to wear a trenchcoat when it looks so effortlessly stylish and chic. Imagine my delight when Loef found a trench coat that is totally relevant for our weather. Something not too long, not too thick and not too heavy. Made of smooth cotton/poylester mix, the fabric and style is perfect for our weather. Instead of getting ludicrous stares, you’ll be getting stares of envy and the look that says “Where did you get that jacket?”
Pleated Frill Top
This is the sleeveless version of the chiffon pleated top we launched a few weeks back here. We love the beautiful frills that skims alongside the beautiful pleats. Ps: It takes a lot of time and effort to put together pleats with such intricacy. Notice how the spaces between the pleats are uniformly made.
Kimono Block Dress
This dress looks quite fitted on our model only because of the life-saving attached sash. It’s actually very oversized for our model if look clearly at the back view. The evergreen fail-proof palette of white versus black is broken down by a dynamic jewel tone of ruby red at the underbust and the result is a dynamic colour combi that is both stunning but minimalist at the same time. Comes lightly pleated at the neckline for just the right amount of detail to complement the clean lines of this dress and a pair of nifty pockets to hold your little knick knacks!
Fitted to accentuate the figure, drop-dead gorgeous scallop details on the pockets, a simple but flattering neckline. What more can we say?
Ribbon Skater Dress
Cute, flirty and pretty with an amazing layered skirting. We like!
Chiffon Cocktail Dress
We love the ruched details at the bust that gives a luxe feeling. Spot the 3 different ways of playing with the sash for different effects and looks!
Chiffon Draped Tunic
A cascade of soft flowy drapes skim the sides of the body while the mandarin collar adds a touch of chic and sharp appeal to the ensemble. Something different with buckets of style factor. We love!
Crotchet Back Dress
We know, it’s difficult to say no to stunning crotchet details right?
Here’s ending off with some of our favourite shots!