Fenn Wright Manson dresses for the style savvy woman

Fenn Wright Manson dress Fenn Wright Manson is a leading occasion wear brand for women that offers a range of stylish and exceptionally chic clothing. Their collections are influenced by popular European fashion and offer elegant, feminine designs that are modern, classy and smart. My favourite items are the Fenn Wright Manson dresses, designed for the sophisticated style savvy woman.  Made for work, play and everything in between these dresses offer true cosmopolitan flair in distinctive styles that are one of a kind. Three of my favourite dresses this season are the Clarice, Camelia, and Rena. Fenn Wright Manson dresses

The Clarice is a beautiful sleeveless silk chiffon dress in a fun python print. The round neck, flowing fit and belted waist give this dress a feminine yet elegance vibe that can be worn for anytime use. Dress it up for the office with a blazer and pumps or wear it casually with a light, three-fourths sleeve cardigan and a pair of wedges. Fenn Wright Manson dresses

The Camelia dress is another gorgeous print design in a chic, flattering fit. This v-neck mid length dress is designed in a wrap style which is ideal for achieving an hourglass silhouette and accentuating your best assets! Soft and short sleeve this dress is comfortable, tasteful and innovative. Its versatility makes it a perfect addition to any wardrobe. Pair it with pumps for the office or tights and boots for a cute winter look.

Lastly, the Rena dress is among my favourites for sexy formal wear. Made of a stretchy fabric this dress is made to be form-fitting, flattering and glamorous. The pencil shape combined with the long sleeves make it sleek, modern and oh so sexy! The fun ruching and gathering at the waist add a hint of edgy flair while the basic black works to provide a smart, chic look. Dress it up with dazzling jewellery for a glamorous vibe and get ready to turn heads.

 

 

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Posted by Michelle White   @   19 November 2012
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