Trashy Diva for Fall

This post was written by Lindy Shopper.

Jenny dress short sleeves

Trashy Diva goes back to basics for fall, with a collection of basic black dresses in a poly/rayon/spandex that has “the look of vintage wool jersey without the scratch.” With added spandex, these dresses should be extra danceable. My favorite is the Jenny dress, which comes in short sleeves and long sleeves, and has these amazing darts at the waist that look like they will give you a lovely hour-glass, wasp waisted shape.

Another recent collection features two fabrics dotted with the fleur-de-lis, a symbol of New Orleans, which is the home base of Trashy Diva. The more graphic of the two prints is featured on their 1950’s and 1960’s inspired dresses and the smaller print is on their classic 1940’s and 1930’s pattern dresses.

If you missed out on earlier Trashy Diva goodness, check out my last blog entry on this obsession-worthy clothing company.

1940's dress

Audrey dress

Jenny dress long sleeves

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One response to “Trashy Diva for Fall

  1. My swing dancing husband and I went to New Orleans for our honeymoon a few weeks ago and happened upon the store! We were walking around the French Quarter looking in shop windows and I saw their shoe store. “Those look like ReMix…” So we went in. They had a table of ReMix, a table of Aris Allens, and more fun stuff.
    After looking around in the shoe store, we walked two doors down to the dress store. I bought the Obi Dress in Green Mums. CAN’T WAIT to wear it! I wish I had more money so I could buy every dress in the store.
    The clothes are great, the stores are nice, and the sales girls are super-friendly (and know things about swing dancing!)

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