August 2, 2014

Dress Like a Royalty or Celebrity with Aviva Dress

Who says you can’t enjoy dressing up like a million bucks or a Hollywood star without paying huge amount of money? Spending less doesn’t mean you need to compromise the style and quality of your apparel especially if you’ll be wearing it to a special event like prom, formal banquets and weddings.

Eli Saab, Jenny Pakham and Zuhair Murad are the three current designers I totally adore because of their design aesthetics. That's one reason why I wanted my wedding dress be inspired by the designs of these  three. At my current financial status I am far from owning any dress from any of these three designers. But that doesn’t mean I can wear something that looks like it is taken directly out of their fashion show racks.

Eli Saab's Creations

Those of us who have meek earnings as of the moment must not fret because we have a lot of alternatives; we can either have it sewn by a couturier or buy it from a store. 

Jenny Pakham's Creations

If you still have the ample time to have it made from scratch and if you still  want to make revisions as you go along, hire a couturier for that, but you gotta have at least 6 months before the event you’re attending. But if you don’t have the luxury of time it’s better to search in stores or online.

Zuhair Murad's Creations

As you know, I love surfing the internet and I love online shopping and most often than not, because I would follow an ad that looks interesting, and then I’ll see another one and I’ll probably end up to a few more shopping sites. I’ve recently come across this website Aviva Dress.

This online shopping site made me stop and browse their products. Why? They have items that looks exactly like that from the racks of Eli Saab, Jenny Pakham and Zuhair Murad! I can't believe my eyes when I saw those evening dresses and formal dresses! But before I show them to you, let me first introduce Aviva Dress: is the world's leading online wedding apparel destination.  AvivaDress's goal is to provide complete one-stop shopping for all brides, bridesmaids and all special occasion events. Avivadress strives to provide you with the most current selection, the most complete size range (1-Petite to 54W, custom made ), the best prices and the largest variety of styles. has its own wedding apparel factory . It is also family owned and operated. Their factory have been specializing in producing wedding apparel and special occasion dress over 10 years, has more than 100 employees; among them are many professional designers & technicians. Their products are all made by the best material, such as the satin fabric, beads and sequins, Swarovski crystals, etc.'s goal is to make your wedding experience the best possible experience it can be. They strive to carry what manufacturers you want at the lowest prices you deserve.  Their goal is to provide you with an honest, ethical, and trusting relationship. They guarantee that they will make you satisfied with their products and services.

So, here you go, these are the dresses I've been telling you about:

What's also great about Aviva Dress is that they can customize the dresses according to your size, and the color that you want. They also don't offer just evening dresses but also wedding dresses, prom dresses, long prom dresses, short prom dresses, formal dresses, cocktail dresses, bridesmaid dresses etc. 

If you're attending an event soon and want to look like you're red carpet ready or looking for that dream wedding dress, you may want to head on to  to look for "that dress". Just always remember that looking like royalty doesn't always equate to paying for a hefty price tag.

Thanks for dropping by and until next time!

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  1. Great suggestions, dresses are beautiful

  2. Thank you dear! I find them pretty too!

  3. If I say Dress like traditional royal princes according to the elegant Indian traditional outfit with RANAS designer ghagras representing a fine work of hand craft with fine embroidery work.


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