I'm well acquainted with designer Nanette Lepore because I've lusted after many of her gorgeous dresses while browsing the racks at my favorite department stores. But before I read the amazing book Overdressed, I didn't know that Lepore was one of the few designers who still produces the majority of her clothing in the USA -- to be exact, 80% of her line is made in New York City. This decision comes at a price: most of her pieces retail for between $250 and $400, but you're paying for good craftsmanship, better fabric quality, and the assurance that the people who make your clothes are being compensated fairly. If you've been saving up for a really special dress, I would suggest taking a gander at Nanette Lepore's offerings. Click through to check out some of my favorites!
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