I love high-end items. I also love a good deal. When those two loves converge, style miracles happen. I walked into Gordmans recently and found a huge stash of Halston Heritage gowns. These dresses were marked down from over $400 to under $10! $10 for a glamorous gown? Yass!
I don’t know how Gordmans merchandisers do it, but they negotiate their buys at such low prices. Gordmans is a regular Economy of Style sponsor (see some of my favorite collabs with them here, here, and here), and I shop there all the time because of amazing finds like the dress I’m sharing today.
What I’m wearing:
I chose this Halston Heritage printed one-shoulder gown. It’s such a glamorous gown! It was marked down from $425 to $9.98 in Gordmans. I was convinced that the decimal point got transposed. When I checked out, though, the dress rang up even lower at only $7.99.
This dress caught my attention because of its asymmetric flounce drape, above-leg split, and the tie at the shoulder. The style gave me Grecian goddess vibes. This photo shows the dress worn as is.
I hoped my Gucci belt with its signature green and red stripe would add a nice touch to this dress. It did.
I experimented with some new beauty products when preparing for this shoot. My foundation is the newly-released Pat McGrath Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation. I’m wearing Medium Deep 26, which is a perfect match. At $68, this foundation is a tad pricey. I love the finish of the product. I also love that I don’t feel like I’m wearing anything on my face.
Location: Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, St. Louis