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I’ve been wearing them for years, and there’s just nothing to compare to a Karina dress: for ease of wear, flattery, effortless care, pack-ability and just plain feminine beauty. I love everything about this company, from their designs to their founder’s wonder-dog, Bodhi. Karina dresses are made in the USA, with love. They flatter all our different body shapes and sizes, and are supremely adaptable to our personalities.
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This is the Margaret Dress, my new favorite Karina dress (every time I try one it becomes my new favorite). This one made my husband’s eyes pop – he doesn’t always notice what I wear – and I got a “Wow!” The Margaret has a modest crossover neck that flatters and allows for a cool necklace (mine was thrifted). The Margaret is slightly longer hem than many Karinas, and I love that – so graceful with the swirly cut of the skirt. Love this new green and blue print too; it reminds me of some deco designs.
You can win a Karina Dress of your choice by entering the simple giveaway here:
Now, let’s see what’s in your closet, Visible Women.
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