Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Caprice Couture Review and Giveaway




Caprice Couture was created in 2010 with the goal of allowing women to be on the cutting edge of sexy no matter where they go. Based in Hollywood, California their designs can be seen all over Los Angeles.
I chose this review for my daughter she is not a big girl wearing size medium in the real world. Being a newly wed I knew she wants so show off her sexy. But this companies large is a size 8 to 10. What happened to normal sized women? I chose this dress  From Caprice Coutures Fall 2011 collection. When the dress arrived it came with a tiny pair of sexy thongs which to me amount to elastic with a triangle. The dress itself was very pretty and just as described on the web site. Although to me the opening on the back seems off center but that may be the way they want it? My daughters reaction to the review when I showed it to her was, your kidding right? You want me to fit into that? Because she is a tall girl and her torso is bigger then the tiny models used in these pictures. The dress itself was 22 inches long and the sleeve is 18 inches long. These dresses are made for teeny tiny girls. I coaxed my daughter into putting on the dress but no way would she put on the floss like panties. Her reaction was that she liked the dress as a shirt and would not consider wearing it as a dress. It makes a wonderful top as well. I do recommend this company and their clothing if you are a very small person, average sized people should not consider these dresses as they are very small, but yes they are also very sexy even as a very cool top.
         
Caprice Couture wants to give one of my readers one of their dresses out of the Fall 2011 collection. To enter all you have to do is do the easy entry the rest are optional do one or do them all that is up to you!


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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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