Big finally finished this week with 16 episodes. I’ll skip the spoilers to those who haven’t watched it yet, but suffice to say a lot of people wished it turned out…a lot different that it did. (Wow, that came out mildly considering the tables I flipped ha) The style in this Korean drama however, is rarely misses.
Lee Minjung / Da Ran wears this sparkling goldtone dress from the novel alliance of famed Vanessa Seward, former designer for Azzaro, and French brand A.P.C. The later brand’s clean-cut, minimalist clothes adds a bit of glamour to its understated aesthetic with jacquard lamé fabric and printed silk. This dress is part of the 16-piece line they launched just last month.
We’ve collected several dresses that channels the same French glamour and will be a great investment for summer’s soirées and engagements!
Editor’s Choice: Metallic Jacquard Dresses
Classic American design with touches of elegance and couture is quintessential Carmen Marc Valvo. Woven through with shimmering gold thread, this patterned piece is both playful and elegant – wear it from day to night with neutral sandals.
Effortless chic and timeless appeal come together in this Rachel Zoe shift dress, cut in a flattering silhouette and accented with a lamé pattern. The bodice comes together at the front in a pleated V neck, and fastens discreetly with a hidden zip. Box pleats structure the skirt at the front and back, and on-seam pockets open at the sides.
This dress oozes Hollywood glamour. Metallic and futuristic inspired finishes are of the moment, whilst the the wrap design is incredibly flattering, we are sure that this dress will earn you plenty of compliments!
Work a ’60s-inspired silhouette in this vintage shift dress. Shimmering brocade shapes the fit-and-flare silhouette of an ultrafeminine frock.
A bejeweled appliqué and charming floral design makes this striking number. Light up the look with a metallic pump or sandal.
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