Derived from those sun-soaked Lemonade Stand Days designers and owners, Gillian Mahin and Laura Hall are the masterminds behind the line For Love & Lemons. Born in Wyoming, finding their style niche in Australia and now based in Los Angeles, the collection is anything but conventional-rebelling against the standards of modern society. The line taunts with intrigue as a clash of colors and patterns are evoked by chic separates and devious dresses. Where the modern gypsy is punk, For Love & Lemons is a brand to relate to, for that girl that doesn't follow trends, she makes them.
Very pretty and sexy dress. I have a tiny waist but a big butt and it is incredibly flattering without looking slutty. It is very see-thru (the slip and the dress both), so you absolutely must wear a nude or white g-string. No other colors will work. Also, I think by the accessorizes you use and the shoes you wear, you can wear it to the office or to a casual lunch, by wearing some flats or shorter wedges and some cute turquoise and purple jewelry to add "cuteness" to the outfit. I love this as a new LWD by itself, but it will definitely get you noticed with red pumps and not even a lot of jewelry. I'm 5'5, 105 pounds, a B cup, and it fits perfectly. My only complaint is that the material (much like a lot of For Love & Lemons clothing though) is a bit flimsy, like a nightie. I know they like to model a lot of their clothing after lingerie, but I think $180 is a bit pricey for fabric that is so flimsy.?
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