Textural Details

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Received another A-M-A-Z-I-N-G delivery from Cynthia Vincent.  Talk about special pieces; these are show-stoppers and again, it’s all in the details.  First, pictured above, is this stunning dress.  Unassuming from the front, this stretch rayon number is clean and simple, but with an incredible back.   This drapes at just the right places, hitting at the small of your back.  Plus, with an ingenious swath of almost tribal metal beads across the back, you can actually wear a bra with this one- making it fabulous and functional.   Another detail-rich piece from Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent are these silk charmeuse camisoles in black and ivory.  They feature light, delicate ruffles at the scoop of the neck, perfect for peaking out of a deep v-neck sweater or cardigan but substantial enough to wear on their own.  A nice lady-like detail on a basic staple of every woman’s closet.fall 002

Details don’t end with your clothes, for Cynthia Vincent they also extend to your shoes and purses.  I’ve written of the great texture in Cynthia’s shoe/handbag collection before but I need to reiterate: it’s all pretty fly.  For instance, take this dark purple cross-body messenger bag in croc-stamped leather.  The luster of the leather is undeniable and the stamped pattern is at once subtle and luxurious.  An everyday piece of luxury? Yes, please.

  1. fall 003 We have some super snake skin boots, by Cynthia Vincent,  in the shop now that have the two-for of being a knee-high boot when fully extended and a mid-calf boot when folded over.  And yes, the interior of the boot is lined in snake skin so when folded over you still have that amazing texture for all to enjoy.

Veridis is expecting another shoe-tie delivery from this fantastic line this fall.  Expect a grey leather peep-toe shoe/bootie hybrid (ie shoetie) with more of those fantabulous details that enrich all our lives… and wardrobes.


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