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Introducing Cynthia Rowley Bridesmaid Dresses

June 16, 2010

At the Chicago launch of Cynthia Rowley’s new line of bridesmaid dresses last night, we couldn’t help but admire the versatility and elegant designs of this fabulous new line of dresses.  Chicago Social Brides and Bella Bridesmaid helped organize the event at Cynthia Rowley’s Lincoln Park store on Armitage, and we had so much fun chatting with friends and sipping champagne while enjoying the fashion!

Rowley recently teamed up with the Dessy Group to create this stylish new collection, which includes 20 different styles.  The dresses come in an array of colors and lengths, and can be customized based on the color palette and feel of your wedding.  We loved these classy, modern and fun dresses that could be easily worn again at a cocktail party (the Salvation Army won’t be getting these left-overs!)  Here are some of our faves:

We love the ribbon detailing on the top left dress, and the color of both the ribbon and the dress can be changed to suit your taste.  The ruching below the bust of the top right dress is universally flattering, and we loved this shade of fuchsia!  The ribbon accent on the skirt of the bottom left dress is a great example of tone-on-tone detail that gives this dress a feeling of texture and sophistication.  And as you might have discovered in our recent post One Shoulder At A Time, we are loving the one-shoulder look right now!  The eggplant color of the bottom right dress is stunning, and we love how this design, like many others, is available in both long and short lengths.

Whether you are a bride-to-be, bridesmaid, or simply enjoy fashion, we definitely recommend you check out this fun new collection, which is available online through the Dessy Group – visit their website for further details.

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