Archive for the ‘tunics’ tag
Kirsten wrote us, “Here is a picture of me in my jersey tunic in Times Square on a girls trip to NYC last May”.
Kirsten has won a £100 shopping voucher for use on www.annascholz.com!
Customers: we invite you to submit your photos now for the September photo contest. Send us snaps of you in your favourite Anna Scholz looks for publication on our blog, and you’ll be entered to win a £100 online shopping voucher. Whether you’re just hanging out or out on the town, we’d love to see how you lend your personal flavour to Anna’s clothes.
Just e-mail your photo to email@example.com
“This is me with Zandra Rhodes,” wrote Lisa. “I was very proud to be wearing my favourite designer (Anna’s fire flower print dress) when I met this lady, who also knows a good print and a great design when she sees one!”
Lisa has won a £100 shopping voucher for use on www.annascholz.com!
Customers: we invite you to submit your photos now for the August photo contest. Send us snaps of you in your favourite Anna Scholz looks for publication on our blog, and you’ll be entered to win a £100 online shopping voucher. Whether you’re just hanging out or out on the town, we’d love to see how you lend your personal flavour to Anna’s clothes.
Just e-mail your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
On her fab fashion blog, Oh, the Places You’ll Go, our friend Emma is having an Anna Scholz week. Each day she is reviewing a different piece from Anna’s Spring-Summer 2011 collection.
We love Emma’s style and her personal take on fashion. It’s always fun to read her blog, and to see how she styles garments.
“This tunic completely surprised me,” Emma writes. “I have said before that I LOVE a structured dress so I was unsure about this, BUT, this garment finds its line perfectly from the exquisite cut and elasticated empire line which nips the garment in before it falls in a flattering A-line. I seriously think this is an EVERYONE dress – in that every single person – of every single shape – would look GORGEOUS in it.
“This is SO light. I wore this with leggings, but would also EASILY wear it with my bare legs on warmer days. This fabric feels floaty and almost weightless. You can also see my shape. Look at the elasticated neck line, it matches the waist very well – and both have a light pleating running from under them… this pleating is an excellent way to flatter curves and it offers a loose, floaty fit that still shows off the feminine curve of your body.
“I think that curves and patterns work and this dress is such an excellent illustration of that fact. When I popped this on, I went with minimal make-up, but reckon, it would look phenomenal with a beautiful bit of eyeliner.”
Check out Emma’s blog all this week for more Anna Scholz reviews and generally great fashion info!
Our friend Alice Dogruyol, who writes for the Plus Size Tall blog, is planning an autumn trip to NYC for a long weekend of “fashion, food and flirting” and to fulfill her Sex and the City fantasies.
We were very pleased to learn that she includes a number of Anna’s pieces among her suitcase essentials. Anna’s “super stylish sexy Autumn-Winter 2010 collection is full of jaw droppingly stunning NYC worthy pieces,” Alice says.
Alice plans to see the sights wearing Anna’s cotton cashmere colourblock wrap dress which she praises for giving you “a subtle cleavage, nipped in waist and just about enough length to cover knee squidge. The three-quarter length sleeves are the perfect length and the blocks of colour in the fabric create a sort of optical slimming illusion. The moment I put it on, I fell in love. I’m hoping it will have the same effect on all the Aidens, Joeys and Mr. Bigs that I am determined to meet whilst sipping a Cosmo in The King Cole Bar.”
She’ll also cut a stylish picture on the streets of Manhattan in Anna’s cotton cashmere bow tunic with its “flattering shape and pretty detailing,” and the crepe jersey sequin sleeve tunic as “an elegant and sleek party piece.”
If things get chilly, Alice plans to slip into Anna’s wool military coat. “It is the first military style coat that I have found that isn’t double breasted but gives the illusion it is,” she describes. “The last thing big boobs need is extra fabric flapping around the chest area if you don’t want to do your coat up.”
Alice has been a fan of Anna’s for a while now and we always appreciate her kind words. “I discovered Anna Scholz when a stylist at Good Housekeeping forced me into one of her wrap dresses for a photo shoot,” writes Alice. “I was adamant it wasn’t going to suit me, I hadn’t worn a dress since I was 14 but much to my surprise it felt and looked great and in that moment I became a proud dress wearer again.”
Well, you always wear it well, Alice. Say hello to Mr. Big for us!
To read more about what Alice is packing for her NYC trip, read the full article at Plus Size Tall.