dressingpaula at Mid Valley Megamall

Thursday, July 30, 2015


Was supposingly up on blog months ago but I found there’s glitches which makes this post remains hidden. So I’m republishing it. So sorry for the late blast. I believe many of you have heard dressingpaula as they’re now available at 1st Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, covers a total surface area of approximately 1,100 square ft. on a single level and is dedicated to women’s ready-to-wear collection and accessories.


The launch also features the new Spring/ Summer 2015 collection, which features classic pieces with a modern twist, is centred on dressingpaula’s vision of ‘Women before Clothes’. Combining staple wardrobe pieces with minimalistic designs and colours, the collection sees the inclusion of materials such as jacquard, brocade, neoprene, chiffon, netting, tweed and satin elements with basic wardrobe shades of pastel, nude, grey, white and navy.


Themed around springtime, dressingpaula’s latest collection features embossed florals, paisley and abstract brush strokes. For that edgy look, the collection also incorporates geometric checks and typography metallic prints. The key items from the collection include classic and floral pieces that can be put together for a business look or a springtime casual look. They include A-line dresses and skirts in both floral and fierce prints - a feminine cut perfect for every body shape. The collection also includes box cut jackets and tops – that works well over A-line skirts or pants; chiffon collared blouses – a must-have for the fashion-conscious woman; asymmetrical dresses – a welcome change to show off great legs; embossed floral A-line pleated skirts, pleated maxi dresses and lastly, jacquard shorts – ideal for casual daytime outing.

Once again, congratulations for the opening and girls! Don’t forget to get your personalized dressingpaula’s member card and shop for savings!

By the way, here’s what I’ve got during the launch and I wore it on my friend’s wedding. #OOTD

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