We’ve been a bit quiet on the blogging front, but that is only because we have been to great places and we have seen firsthand fantastic fashion that truly cares nothing about size, just style! We’ve always said that size is just a number and that it is the style, shape and color of the garment that makes it a true wearable confection for all women. We are here not to just tell you about these delectable pieces of dress, but we are here to also show you! For more pictures and details on this item, go here!
Yes, that’s right – we have brought back these exquisite threads with us! We grabbed a medley of dresses in a variety of lengths and a multitude of shapes such as proper pencil, lace overlay minis, length convertibles and much more!
2026 Takata dress
Don’t forget about the luscious leggings and tantalizing tunics
Double Jeu Squaw Tunic
as well as prodigious pantaloons
ME Sarouel pants
Yes they are all up for grabs (2026 items are coming up in a few days)!
2026 Zizette Dress
Oh and did we mention the best and even better part: all of these garments are made in France and they all come in sizes 0-24 – check our size guides and you will see it for yourself!
Angels Never Flower Ruched Dress
Remember, that all designers’ sizes are measured differently, so be sure to check each size guide separately! We are adding many new fashioners to our style menu: Double Jeu, ME, Alain Murati, WeLove Collection, 2026, Alembika, Dolcezza and Pourquoi Pas Nous Paris! Keep checking our store daily for new arrivals for the Spring/Summer Season – it’s so exciting, but breathe and browse!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on March 2, 2013
Skirt or “jupe” in French is what we gals love to flirt our sexy stuff in! Do you agree with me? If yes, then you must also agree that we love to parade around in beautiful summer stylish shades such as: hot pink, bold orange, ocean blue, rose red, wild white, and of course our forever favorite: …
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on July 10, 2012
While playing dress up with couturier ME, it occurred to me that we never peeked at the back of the dress adorned in corset- like laces or even glanced closely at the designs of this fashioners summer tunic dress.
It is the shape, zipper, lines, laces and colors of the dress that make it oh so dashing! Why do you ask? I will tell you why: it is the lines and zipper that elongate the torso and beautify the bosom.
While the colors dazzle and deliver an illusion of a smooth contour to the figure within the dress in order to seduce the curves in the most flattering of ways outside of the dress!
If you haven’t already, do not forget to click here, to see part one of ‘Dress ME In French”!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on June 18, 2012
Are you looking for designer fashion made just for you? Do you want to delve into designer couture that understands your curves and loves them? Do you crave the made in Paris label, but thirst even more for it to actually be sewn with threading produced in France in the tradition that made Paris the world capital of fashion? I know you do and that is why I am revealing couturier ME to you. Glance at the uniquely designed summer tunic dress – it is oh so trendy and chic! Surely you already know why I just had to have it in my wardrobe!
ROCK IT! Totally rocks both day and night looks. Wear it to work with a cute summer blazer or a jeans jack. Grab your stilettos, throw off the cover up and hit the happy hour floor – all in one tunic dress!
SHAPE IT! The shapeliness of this dress is very alluring. It turns a sexy spotlight on 3 areas: bust, waist, and our juicy curves – smoothing out any imperfections and forming an illusion of a perfect hourglass figure!
COLOR IT! Color scheme – black and white, in all the right places with a touch of cafe on the side. By the way this same dress also comes in sky and sea blue with a touch of white.
DESIGN IT! Uniquely beautified with a zipper running from the chest down to the thighs, ruffles of various lengths pinned on parts of the skirt, and the back is tied up in corset-like laces.
ME, a flawlessly named label with creative collections designed solely for the fashionably focused female! Sexy calibers ranging from XS-XXL. For more similarly sexy french designers, go here!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on June 12, 2012
A multi-party dress (by ME). If your appetite calls for one dress for many occasions, then this is the one! All black with a red thread contour pieced with two layers of material, fitted sleeves and waist with a flared skirt. The underlying material is a New York City scene in black and white. Match it with a stiletto plat boot (Jessica Simpson) and your curves are ready for all sorts of excitement!
Dolcezza ensemble. If you want a “Sex in the City” look this outfit is for you! Uniquely designed form fitting top that pronounces the provocative points is paired with a flyaway zippered down skirt with orange stripes in the center. Match with Jessica Simpson belted brown boot for an ultimate flirtatious trio!
A quartet of designers that can only be worn as a trio at a time. If you are lusting for clubbing attire, then you have found it! All black top with see-through sleeves and leather-like cuffs, elongates the waist and outlines the breasts is designed by ME. Hot colored top with a similar style, but longer length is designed by Planet Interdite. Stretchy, uniquely decorated pants outlining the waist and hips but a straight fit through the thigh by Lauren Vidal. The hot-colored stiletto plat (Jessica Simpson) concludes the quartet!
Black, purple, and pink patched dress (by ME). If you want to show off your bust, but masquerade all that falls below it, then this piece is for you! Couple it with a hot pink platform sandal (Jessica Simpson) and you have yourself a date!
Dolcezza black and white dress. If you are longing for a traditional elegant style without the ball gown length, then this dress is for you! Featuring sweetheart neckline, framed waistline and flaring side skirt at knee length, this dress dazzles the curves and serves up a delicious duo with a sandal platform by Report!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on May 11, 2012
Have you ever felt left out? Well this is the way I feel as a consumer of clothing in this country. The designers that we are subjected to in the land of the “red, white, and blue” seem to think that their sole priority is to cater to straight sizes and when it comes to …
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 10, 2012