Camille Charriere On Making Clothes Work For You, Fluffy Fashion And Cycling Shorts
We speak to French fashion blogger Camille about her interpretation of the new season’s trends.
There’s like strings of fabric being broken off of it. But also, it’s a $15 dress, I can’t complain that much. It’s a different color and definitely a different flower pattern, All in all, doesn’t look that different. But let’s try it on. Oh. I think the main thing about these sketchy websites selling the same dress for cheaper is that they just fit completely differently and the materials are completely different. That is the most obvious statement I’ve ever said. Let’s move onto the next dress. This one is the $1,000 dress, which is ridiculously expensive for a prom dress, or a dress in general.
Feels really soft. For $1,335, this dress better turn sugar into cotton candy, let’s be real. It’s a nice dress. I think it’s probably expensive for the material it is. It feels really soft.
So let’s see the dress that uses the same picture but is $10. OK. Definitely a different material. Let’s try it on. OK. This dress is nice and it fits pretty well. So I don’t see any issues about it, besides the fact that it’s nothing like that picture. This is literally the picture that they uses on their website to sell this dress. Next dress. This dress is like a princess-looking dress. This one was $795. It fits nicely. I’m going to keep the tags on though, because I’m going to return it. It has like this fabric that you can see through, so it has that nice flow.
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This one is the cheaper version of it. This was $10.00 but they used the same picture as this one to advertise this one. Now clear difference is that they are different colors. But let’s try it on and see like, clear difference. I had to put this bandanna thing over here because if I didn’t put it here, this shirt is cut so far apart that this post would be on restricted. It also has the flowy thing and it’s like see-through and pretty. But another issue is I had to put this slip over it because this is where their slip ends. I definitely would not want to b showing my tushy to everyone at prom, but if you want to, girl, you do you, you’re good. It;s fine. And then I have one more dress to show you guys. OK. This one’s $221. Let’s put it on. It’s very pretty, it has a nice back. I like it.
So that’s that dress. And now let’s try on this dress/ this one was $10, but of course advertises the same picture on the website. Here’s the dress. I could tell the difference in material. It kind of feels like you know no-show underwear? It feels like no-show underwear. It fits OK. The first thing I noticed was that it’s like ripping already, and I literally just took it out of the package. This one is like a hard fabric that wouldn’t stretch if I tried. And this one I think what I’ve come to learn from this whole experience is that prom dresses stink. I’m happy prom’s over. OK, so that’s all the prom dresses. Yay! So request any posts that you want to see in the future down below, and I’ll see you in my next post. So, I hope you guys enjoyed this post. If you didn’t see my previous two posts, click those down below and comment right over there if you’re not commented already. All right, I love you guys so much. Bye.