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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

"After The Final Rose" Bachelorette Fashion With Des Hartstock And Lindsay Yenter

Last night's After The Final Rose segment on ABC's, The Bachelorette, was a shocking finale.  We couldn't be happier that Des Hartstock selected Chris and found her happy ever after!  Des looked so beautiful and happy.  Plus, who could forget that gorgeous studded, cream dress she wore? Lucky for you, I found out just what she was wearing and where you can find it!  I also found the super cute dress that Bachelor Alum, Lindsay Yenter was wearing in the audience.

Desiree Hartstock, on ABC's The Bachelorette,
After The Final Rose Episode
Des's dress was a Rebecca Taylor couture dress.  It is the 'Nailhead' Studded Knit Sheath Dress, and is super hard to find.  Retailing for $395, this dress is sold out at most retailers including Nordstrom and Piperlime are sold out of the garmet.  It's no wonder this dress is mostly sold out with it's masterfully placed studs that create an eye-catching graphic pattern on this classically-cut stretch sheath dress.  The garmet features a v-neck, cap sleeves, studded pattern, pullover style and is about 23" from natural waist.  Dress is made from rayon/cotton and is dry clean only.  If you want this dress, a few are left and available at Saks Fifth Avenue.  On sale for$276.50.

Rebecca Taylor "Nailhead" Dress
Available at Saks Fifth Avenue

One of Desiree's friends, and The Bachelor alum, Lindsay Yenter was there to support her friend in the studio.  I just loved her super cute little babydoll dress, with its sheer fabric and fun daisy flower print on it.

Lindsay Yenter in For Love or Lemon

The dress Lindsay chose was a Summer Pre Fall 2013 dress, from 
For Love and Lemons.  The "Lover Boy" garmet was given to her by Fine N Funky boutique located in Lake Tahoe, Utah.  Fine N Funky's foundation began in the late 70's, inspired by the essence of fine style, and funky fashion the culture grew on the shore of Lake Tahoe's snow clad alpine peaks, white sandy beaches, and enchanting blue water.  They dress some pretty awesome celebrity clientel who frequent the retail establishment,  which has established them as a trendsetting, innovative and iconic retail establishment.

The dress is not currently available through Fine N Funky but we found it available online through Urban Outfitters online for $99.   The garmet features 100% luxe silk on the outside of the babydoll dress with an allover floral pattern. Breezy, tiered construction with a knit slip lining. Pullover construction.
For Love And Lemond "Lover Boy" Dress
For Love and Lemon is a super cute brand that derived their style from those sun-soaked "Lemonade Stand Days".  The designers, owners, and BFF's of the brand, Gillian Mahin and Laura Hall, are the masterminds behind this line. Born in Wyoming, and now based in Los Angeles, the collection is anything but conventional – rebelling against the standards of modern society.  The line taunts with intrigue as a clash of colors and patterns are evoked by chic separates and devious dresses. Where the modern gypsy is punk, For Love & Lemons is a brand to relate to, for that girl that doesn't follow trends, she makes them.

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