Yesterday, ScorpionDisco and I were lucky enough to visit Bow & Drape’s South End studio to play a little bit of dress up. What with my Disney complex, I was immediately drawn to the Grace Teacup dress ($198). I’m a sucker for a good sweetheart neckline! Of course, I’d have to change the color of the bodice, which I can do, thanks to Bow & Drape’s unique services, because my skin is the same shade of white as the fabric… 

Bow & Drape is the brainchild of local Aubrie Pagano who wanted women to feel a real connection to their clothing. Choose from one of their basic silhouettes (with recommendations for what suits your shape) then personalize it by choosing your own colors and embellishments. Each and every piece is made-to-order in New York and will be on your doorstep within 14 days.

How amazing is that?
Summer Party Dress from Bow and Drape
If there were any doubts in my mind they were erased when I discovered deep pockets. It might just be my perfect dress. 
Plus, with prices ranging from $32 for the perfect tee to $358 for the Diane Maxi evening gown, it’s probably the most affordable custom dress option out there. My head is swimming with all of the endless possibilities! 

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5 Comments

  1. Swoon! I was literally about to say that you look like something out of a fairytale in that dress when you mentioned Disney. Such a stunning piece – it looks gorgeous with your complexion! 🙂

  2. you look so pretty in that dress! i've heard a lot of great stuff about bow and drape so i need to check them out soon. where is that telephone booth?
    xoamy

  3. That dress is gorgeous and it's refreshing to see someone who embraces their natural skin color. It's beautiful (as are you!)

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