Fall through winter, velvet makes us feel softer, more luxurious. Whether it’s polyester, rayon or ahhh silk, touch is fine and cozy.
Right: Wild Rose Dress by The Vampire’s Wife: plush velvet is printed with rosy florals and shaped to a figure-skimming bodice and skirt, with soft frills trimming the sleeves and the dropped hemline. $1145.00
Left: Amaris Velvet One Shoulder Gown by Maria Lucia Hohan: velvet dress features a one-shoulder neckline, single long bell sleeve, gathered waist, and a floor length skirt. 82% viscose, 18% silk. Sale $482.00
Center: Vorita Devoré-Velvet Maxi Dress: Saffron and anthracite devoré-velvet Slips on 82% viscose 18% silk $839.00
Cash Velvet Blouson Jumpsuit by Black Halo: Mock neck Short sleeves Lined 90% polyamide, 10% elastane $415.00
Left: Noon Velvet Midi Dress by Rotate Birger: Round neck opening. Gathered fabric at the neck. Voluminous short sleeves. Fitted waist. Sale $259.00
Center: Black Velvet Long Sleeve Sheath Midi Dress: Mid-calf. V neck. Polyester velvet with satin trim. $76.75
Right: Ashley Floral Devoré-Velvet Dress by Norma Kamali: 86% polyester, 12% nylon, 2% Spandex Lightweight semi-sheer floral devoré velvet Ruffled edges Ribbon waist sash $345.00
Opening: Jenny Yoo Ellis Velvet Dress: Flutter sleeves and a v-neckline top off this fitted, floor-skimming dress. Open back topped with a slender tie. Back zip Polyester, spandex; polyester lining 5 colors $295.00
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