|By PR Newswire||
|December 28, 2012 12:52 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It is not every day that a woman is afforded the luxury of simply feeling fabulous. With so many responsibilities on her agenda, most women must make a special point of having a "beauty day," which might consist of a manicure and pedicure, a trip to the hair salon, or even shopping for a new dress. These practices can be viewed as frivolous pass-times by those who do not participate, but the truth is that a busy mother or college student enjoys her femininity in these moments. In the same way, a woman feels quintessentially fabulous in a designer dress. Conveniently, the final weeks of December afford many opportunities for party-going females to clothe themselves in stunning gowns or fun cocktail dresses. While manicures and new haircuts give women a personal boost, Jovani dresses invest the fashion-conscious female with a beauty that is far from commonplace, allowing her to feel effortlessly fabulous.
This season, New York design house Jovani provides high-end attire that infuses ladies with a sense of the ultra-feminine. There are many couture creations in the current Jovani catalogue, from the cocktail dresses to wedding dresses, which combine classic features with an essential modern flair. Certain Jovani gowns pay homage to particular trends from various decades, such as the roaring 20s or 40s Hollywood glam; however, the vibrant energy reflected in the designs of the prom dresses and other designer pieces are completely new. What's more, the innovative Jovani designers have cast these current creations in the hottest hues of the season: deep reds, cobalt blue, vivid greens, metallic shades, and even pastels. With so many designs and colors to consider, each girl that has RSVP'd for a fanciful New Year's Eve event will find a special gown for celebrating the season and her femininity.
Most recently, Jovani presented its new series of short dresses on the official website. The customer will be perfectly outfitted for a December party in one of these gorgeously detailed designer pieces. The leading designers of Jovani offer several scarlet-colored short dresses to partygoers. While these specific dresses aren't detailed with shimmering stones or sequin, the customer will be a vision in rich, red lace while keeping in step with the holiday season. Other current striking color options are gold and silver. Jovani offers one-shoulder pieces and shoulder-less dresses in an array of colors. One of our current short dresses, already a favorite with fashionable socialites, features a bejeweled sweetheart neckline with three tiers of gold fringe upon the skirt. Similarly, the bejeweled silver dresses are also fashioned with sequin, gems, and fringe.
When attending an important event, the smartest trendsetters dress appropriate for the occasion, while standing out from the rest in the best possible way. The customer will embody holiday cheer when clad in a stunning designer gown or short dress from Jovani, admired by friends, acquaintances, and those she has yet to meet. Ring in the New Year with a new creation from Jovani, a consistent leader in the couture world.
To view the most recent gowns and party dresses from Jovani or to find a retailer near you, please visit jovani.com.
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