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Wednesday, December 5, 2018


If you have not experienced the Carmelita Dress from the UV and Micheline Pitt collaboration then have your really lived? This stunning piece has graced my wardrobe twice now and I can't get over how stunningly designed Carmelita is. 

While I loved the first release of this dress, I did not get the wear out of it so when the hunter green shade was previewed I knew this needed to be mine. This amazingly flattering and light summer style is layers of teal perfection.

I'm wearing my standard 2XL in both UV and Micheline Pitt's ranges and the fit on this dress is perfect. The side shirring really molds to your curves and the sleeves can be worn up or down depending on what look you are going for. The fit of this style is actually rather roomy, and I can easily go down to an XL if I needed to.

What I love most about this dress has to be the soft black velvet trimmings and bow. It really makes the sweetheart neckline pop. I opted for my own belt but I've found that the one supplied did not set 100% perfectly. Luckily I have a Vixen black velvet belt that will work with this as well.

Now lets talk about those sleeves and the forever flowing skirt of Camelita! I dislike my arms most days but with stunning layered sleeves I have absolutely no fear. The flowing style is a major feature of the soft swing skirt as it slips over your hips and creates a very vintage pinup silhouette.

The fabric of this style is what really makes you fall head over heels as it's so lightweight and perfect for the super warm months ahead. Plus those layers are perfect for twirling and as you can see I had way too much fun making this dress fly! I can't wait to style this with all of my summer accessories and wear it out on the town all summer long.

I thank the heavens each and every day for Natasha Marie Clothing  as I get my favourite Micheline Pitt designed items from an awesome Australian stockiest. You can pop over to the webstore and pick up any of the new items or sign up for preorders and make sure you never miss out on your favourite piece.

Thank you to the wonderful Liz for working with me on these images even though I flashed my knickers way too much while twirling!

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