Let’s Go Party! Sequined Dresses by Elie Tahari

Even though winter is the coldest season among all, at least in America, it also the most dazzling one since this is the season of winter holidays. Any party is a nice chance to show off but winter one is normally associated with bright sparkles, strass and shimmer-glimmer — the things I do love! So this made me to look for a sequin dress in Elie Tahari rich arsenal of cocktail dresses.

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I spy with my little eye Amelie Leopard Sequin dress by Elie Tahari. It features all over sequin embellishment with slight leopard accents. As soft as silk it is and no wonder why it’s been sold out at polyvore.com. Would I wear it on party? Absolutely! With a black clutch and a black thin belt to make it fit a night party. The price is more or less appropriate – $350.

If the price ain’t a problem at all, you can opt for Elie Tahari Keaton dress which apart of being pretty also cost a pretty sum of money – $598. This is a one shoulder dress, so if you’ve got lovely shoulders it will turn everybody’s attention at least to a left one. It’s less sparkling than Amelie dress so if you don’t like to be too shimmering and golden is more preferable then this is a nice option. This is it:

Black is a noble color for a cocktail dress, what do you think? Cover it with shimmering sequin and you are a star. In other words you should wear Black Lolly Lace & Sequin Sheath Dress to get the same success. Love its soft lines, short sleeves, up-to-knee length and simple design. Nothing extraordinary but there is hardly anyone to steal the scene but for its wearer. When on sale it cost only $175 bringing a high effect.

Want to shine glam and gold? There is nothing better than Elie Tahari Isla Sequined Sheath dress. It’s a flirty dress of a slinky silhouette for just $225 when on sale. Retail price is quite impressive – twice as much.

 

A Present Party by Elie Tahari

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The word ‘present’ is so sticky so when it comes of the event you have to drive an hour or two to get there, it turns not so hard when you know there is a present awaiting for you. I guess all the ladies that came to visit the 10th annual Catwalk for a Cure at Hotel ZaZa felt the same. But they could hardly guess the price of each present would be as high as $500!

The name of Elie Tahari, an American-Israeli designer, is literally associated with a generous philanthropist. And he is truly the one. The thing is the world-known fashion designer is not only celebrating his huge success in fashion but his long-term cooperation with the Amschwand Sarcoma Cancer Foundation. According to Tahari it looks like “working with the Amschwand Sarcoma Cancer Foundation truly stands out over my 40 years in the industry”. So this was the evening to thanks all those people who help the foundation and to encourage those who are struggling with this terrible disease. One of the ways to do that was to present the gathering ladies with the above-mentioned presents – Elie Tahari’s dreamy clutches valued at around $500 each.

In his fashion show sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Elie Tahari added some outfits from his capsule collection “Edition 1974”.