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Summer Dressing by Annabel Tollman

Summer Dressing:


Hi I’m Annabel Tollman, I’m a celebrity stylist and I’m here to share with you some style tips and fashion finds straight from the pages of eBay Fashion. I’ll show you how to throw together the perfect outfit for any event, whether it be something outdoors like a fancy barbeque, something a bit more formal like a summer wedding, or something causal like a lunch party.


Ok so here we have our first look. Diane is wearing this beautiful Thea Porter laced dress from the 70’s. The lace, I think, takes it into the realm of being eveningy. If you’re going to a daytime barbeque maybe go with a floral frock or something in a bright shade and we’ve put it with these really lovely flat Manolo Blahnik sandals that just sort of work with the dress beautifully and you are always going to feel comfortable and elegant.


So here we have Brandie, who is going to a wedding this afternoon and she’s wearing this beautiful 1950’s frock that just feels so carefree and light and elegant and pretty, but yet it’s still appropriate and it’s not going to outshine the bride or make you feel uncomfortable in any way.
Brandi is wearing this pastel Nina Ricci dress from the 60’s, it’s this amazing color, mint green and it’s strapless so if you’re going somewhere and it’s a little more formal then maybe pop a little jacket over the top. We’ve put it with a nice pair of nude colored shoes – now nude color shoes, big fan of those, always elongates the leg.

For more information go to fashion.ebay.com, until next time, happy shopping!

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