Red-y For Anything Dress at ModCloth

This post was written by Lindy Shopper.

One of my shopping challenges this year was issued by NashPhilly dancer/instructor/DJ/blogger, Breanna Perry, to find her a vintage red dress with a peplum. This is a fairly tall order, given that most of the vintage dresses I come across with a peplum are black, not a color. I found one older dress (was it ’80′s does ’40′s?) dress that fit the bill on eBay, but the auction was lost in the end.

There have been a few modern dresses with peplums popping up on ModCloth, but today’s dress really fits the bill. The Red-y For Anything Dress looks like a fabulous contender, with a lovely rounded neckline, nipped waistband, cheerful peplum, and a clean-lined pencil skirt. This dress is super hot! My only complaint is that, in the item description, ModCloth refers to the peplum as a “dainty ruffle” – in my opinion, there’s nothing dainty about something that changes the entire silhouette of the dress; let’s call it what it is.

Breanna, do we have a winner?

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3 responses to “Red-y For Anything Dress at ModCloth

  1. Absolutely, of course! I’m hoping my wallet allows for purchase before too long :)

  2. Dear Lindyshopper,
    Thanks for your thoughts, I realistically like the dresses from Modcloth.com, but I in reality require a thing greater formal. I’d want a extended duration gown. I like lace. Preferable shades would be rose-ish or cream, but anything at all goes. Thank you :)

    On a thoroughly totally different matter, if you know the place to choose a wonderful red blazer web based, please share!
    Great Job!

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