CERTIFIED TOPSHELF: NYE CURATED DRESS COLLECTIONS
Hey Sis, yes you! I think by now after 5 years we’ve established that relationship. Well I’m here to get all in your business and find out what your New Years Eve plans are and what you’ll be wearing. More so what you’ll be wearing! Even if you don’t have plans don’t you hate when you’re coasting thru December focusing on ending out the year right, making sure you hit all your goals for the year or decade then boom…somebody hits you with some New Years Eve plans 2 days before. By this time you have nothing to wear, it’s too late to order anything online, and you have the slightest clue of what to even look for. Well how about we plan for the non-existent New Years Eve shindig that very well be the move to bring in 2020!
I have pre-selected all types of dresses in all different styles and categories from tuxedo style blazers and bodycon magic, to different textures such as velvet, satin, sequin, metallic, and even lace. You know that exaggerated shoulder trend, yea I got some go those too! Here’s the gag though, I’m releasing each curated collection of pieces right here on the blog every Thursday and Monday! That means twice a week this post will be updated with a new curated selection of dresses up until the week before Christmas. This will alloy you enough time to get your last minute purchases in with enough time for adequate delivery.
Without further delay here is the first Certified Topshelf NYE Dress Curated Collection in Lace! When I think of lace two words come to mind and that’s delicate and feminine. In the seventeenth and eighteenth century lace was an highly and expensive sought after fabric in Europe to then become just another fashion fabric produced in the nineteenth century in the likes of wedding gowns, bridal wear, lingerie, and evening wear. These dresses are for my women with who want to acquire a romantic yet seductive appeal. Enjoy!
Sequins + Metallics
It’s a new week and a new collection of curated NYE dresses! I hope you enjoyed the lace looks but today we’re moving over to sequins and metallics. Sequins have been around from King Tut to the King of Pop and every royal in between from women at court and nobles (look at me flexing my GOT’s lingo) to you’re favorite celebs today! Back in the 17th & 18th century sequins were made of tiny bits of reflective metal sewn into garments. Can you imagine how heave those garments could have been. I would assume it’s similiar to hand crafted beaded gowns. Fast forward to the 19th and 20th century sequins can be found everywhere from dresses, t-shirts, bags, headbands etc. That’s largely because the process of making sequins were made with a lightweight material thus making it more accessible. Metallic looks give off the same vibe as a sequins dress that’s why I paired them together. If you know anything about fabrics lamé was largely used to create metallic pieces and were usually found in either gold or silver. But now you can basically have it any color hue. What’s a NYE dress without a little sparkle and shimmer for an all -eyes-on-you moment? Take a look below for my Certified Topshelf NYE Curated Dress Collection options in Sequins and Metallic. I also expanded the price range from as low as $29 to to as prices as $600 for those who choose to blow a few bags on themselves. Which one would you be stepping out in?
If you see something you like grab it up, if you theres a specific color you want to see added let me know in the comments, and if you did snatch something up from the collection tag me your NYE posts on Instagram with the hashtag #certifiedtopshelfNYE so I can see how you pushed through to 2020! Until Monday with our next curated collection…Happy Shopping!