Trendy clothes from Rebecca Taylor, Lilly Pulitzer & more drape curves in cuts of silk & cashmere & prints to pair with elegant accessories
About This Deal
It's important to dress for the job you want, which is why most supermodels begin their careers as mannequins. Get clothed for success with today's Groupon: for $49, you get $125 worth of designer women's clothes and accessories at Luxe Contemporary Apparel.
Luxe Contemporary Apparel's designer threads drape curves in trendy cuts of silk, lace, and cashmere as well as prints to pair with dazzling accessories. From hangers on carved wood shelves, brands such as Lilly Pulitzer and Rebecca Taylor showcase ruffles and bright colors, and patterned peacock feathers, leopard spots, and snakeskin ripple across Show Me Your Mumu's slinky collection of urban camouflage. Hourglass Lilly's tank tops ($18) swaddle torsos in an ultrasoft knit shell and simple design that highlights contours and complements silver and gold medallions from local designer Sonya Renee ($149). Shopping chaperones collapse onto the boutique's velvet couches as friends slide into William Rast low-rise skinny jeans ($158) or search for repressed spirit animals while staring at hypnotic feathers and turquoise dangling from earrings ($30 average).
About Luxe Contemporary Apparel
A tie-dyed maxi dress billows to the ankles. A sheer white camisole bunches at the back, framing shoulder blades in a bright red “x.” Luxe Contemporary Apparel’s collection of women’s fashions combines vibrant colors and eye-catching silhouettes for a striking effect that's both elegant and flirtatious, like Versailles' annual single's mixer. The boutique's fashionistas recruit pieces by designers such as Lilly Pulitzer and Show Me Your Mumu, which boast floral patterns and embroidered flourishes. They also enhance ensembles with delicate teardrop pendants and glistening chandelier earrings.
The shop itself strives to match the delicate charm of its wares: dresses hang from carved wooden wardrobes, and dressing rooms ensconce customers amid heavy white curtains, gilded mirrors, and crystal chandeliers.