Last Friday, I psyched you guys up for spring with the prospect of owning this fun, flirty, and floral dress from French Connection. I asked you to share your spring style resolutions — the 10 best answers would win this happy little frock. You made it really, really hard to choose. I wish I had a cloning machine so I could give each of you one, but, alas, I sucked at science in school. After the jump, the 10 winners and their awesome answers. And thank you all for sharing! Keep reading »
Just look at this French Connection dress. With its floral pattern and bright color, it’s literally giving the middle finger to dreary, overcast cold temperatures. And a few lucky readers will be able to join the frock in its defiance of winter and anticipation of warmer weather because we’re giving away 10!
WIN THIS! Tell us in the comments what your spring style resolution is — the 10 most creative and thought-provoking answers will walk away with French Connection’s Lilly Lace Dress. Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, 2011. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Friday, March 11. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules here.) Good luck!
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Looks like “officewear” is becoming a thing. (Guess the fashion industry always needs new marketing tactics, right?) Not too long ago, Alexander Wang came out with an officewear line, which would have been an awesome substitute for the slightly blah wares from the Ann Taylors of the world were it not for the super high price points. (However, that’s Wang for ya. It’s to be expected.) Keep reading »
As Leo pointed out, the new French Connection ad campaign is really something, by which we mean “makes no logical sense.” Well, surprise, surprise. The commercials are equally incomprehensible. Meet “The Man.” He is confused by elevators, refuses to shave, and goes nowhere in life without the accompaniment of a French voice-over. NB: He wears not slogans or sequins! Eff, en fakt, zis iz zee mahn, ah zink zee mahn neez tew brusha heez hairz. [ANIMAL] Keep reading »
Here are some new ads for the French Connection. Uhh … translation, please? We’re not quite getting it. [Grazia] Keep reading »
Dressing for the Fourth of July doesn’t necessarily have to mean going all out with stars and stripes. Take this French Connection top, for example. There’s pink (which is in the same family as red), white, and blue on it, plus the neckline has navy blue sequins, which will shine beautifully in your sparkler picture. [$63.90, French Connection at Nordstrom.com] Keep reading »