Today website OpenSky has announced a holiday dress collection designed by maternity designer Liz Lange and graphic designer Jane Wagman for sale on OpenSky.com. The sisters, and design duo, are offering a collection of five holiday dresses for under $100.00 US. Sounds like OpenSky has their own holiday collective, like another website I know.:) One thing I know about this, a collection by Liz Lange that is not a maternity collection (her mainstay and hallmark at Target stores) will appeal to many women. The quality and fit of Liz Lange designs has always been quite good. The collection runs in Women’s dress sizes, up to size 14.
“Every woman needs chic affordable dresses in her wardrobe arsenal for holiday or any day. Don’t get caught with nothing to wear,” said Liz Lange. “We worked hard to ensure that there were styles that worked for every body type. Our dresses are flattering and comfy,” said Jane Wagman.
The Liz + Jane collection offers five different dress styles. Each style is named for a fashion icon: Marilyn – a sequined cap sleeve party dress with built in bra in gunmetal gray ($99) (pictured above), Diana – a black lace one-shoulder, knee-length dress with cream underlay ($89) (pictured below), Michelle – a magenta shift dress with embellished beaded collar ($69), Georgina – a black cocktail dress with beaded accents on the cuff and hemline ($59) and Audrey – a black dress with lace insets and a bow detail at the waist ($89). But OpenSky says there’s more to come. Additional styles will roll out beginning in Spring 2013.
If you haven’t heard of OpenSky.com, it is a members only social shopping website that is curated by celebrity experts. You must join the site to shop. The site allows members to create their own shopping circle (via Facebook and OpenSky likes) to share deals with friends Like Gilt Groupe, Ideeli and others, if you join OpenSky and invite your friends to shop, you get a $10.00 shopping credit when you buy. If you join OpenSky right now, they you get a $20.00 shopping credit, which significantly reduces the price of a Liz & Jane Holiday dress. What do you think readers? Will you be checking this one out?