Welcome to Visible Monday #51! If you want to participate, it’s so
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I’ve been a huge fan of Karina dresses for a long time, and when I saw the new version of the “Audrey” dress, I was beyond delighted. This creation by Karina features one the most beloved style icons of the 20th century, in her classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s pose.
While in New York City, I had the privilege of meeting up with Karina and her partner at a cool Japanese restaurant, and the designer herself was wearing . . . Audrey! And looking fabulous. I was wearing a Karina Megan and feeling pretty sassy as well.
A few important tidbits about Karina designs:
- The dresses are made from imported microfiber blend fabric with four-way stretch. They’re machine and sink-washable and perfect for travel, as I can happily testify.
- Every dress is made in a limited edition print, produced in their Brooklyn facility.
- “Made in the USA” means sparing the environment the gas, oil and diesel that is burned to transport most of our clothes.
- Some of their styles fit up to a traditional size 20, and are designed for all figure types and all ages (yippee!). Karina and I shocked my husband when we told him we could swap dresses right there and still look perfect. (Her designs are amazing this way: Karina and I don’t usually wear the same size dress.)
|Looks like I enjoyed my cocktails a bit too much . . .
Karina is so lovely inside and out.
|I love this dress. I added a scarf-as-belt that picks up all the colors.
This is a great weekend/date/lunch look.
|Oh yes, Audrey from the back view too.|
|And perfect for work (casual office) with a black tee and skinny belt.|
You can use your discount code online at:
This discount is a terrific way to experience a Karina dress that’s likely to become one of your best wardrobe friends.
Now, let’s see what you’re wearing, Visible Women!!
The guidelines to participate in the Visible Monday Link-Up are so simple!
- Include a link to Not Dead Yet Style somewhere in your post.
In the “Next Step”, you crop the pic (easy tool) you want to display, and you’re done!