Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Dream Weaver

Cassandra Rull launches limited-edition Dream Beach dresses

Dream Beach by Cassandra Rull

You don't know how it happened, but here you are. Floating from cloud to cloud. Mmm, they taste like cotton candy.

Oh, look. There's Leonardo DiCaprio.

You've got to be dreaming. Especially since you're now gazing upon the most gorgeous dresses ever. Floaty, whisper-weight rayons in stunning tribal, paisley, and ocean prints that flutter oh-so-perfectly in the summer breeze.

Deep down, you know that these elusive Dream Beach dresses and maxis are by local designer Cassandra Rull. You can sense her leap from playful basics to sophisticated resort wear. And, you get the feeling that she moved her manufacturing to Bali to concentrate more on creative design.

Unique details start drifting into focus. A scoop neckline elongates and flatters the neck. Triple shoulder straps anchor an open back. Side slits and cowl armholes add movement and romance.

These beauties are so close, you can almost touch them. But in order to do so, you've got to jump online and snag one off Rull's Etsy shop, quick. She only made two of each style and print, so once they're gone, they're gone forever.

Ooh. Talk about a reality check.

$119 dresses, $159 maxis, one size fits all. Limited quantities available in Cassandra Rull's Etsy shop. Photos courtesy: Cassandra Rull.

Dream Beach by Cassandra Rull

Posted on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 in Permalink

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