I've been meaning to get to the Herve Leger boutique for a while now. Things have been particularly hectic, but I did manage to stop at a local Nordstrom and try on a few Herve Leger dresses. In this review, I try on a number of really unique pieces that include separates, a flared skirt and a dress with elaborate patterns.
Loved this Herve Leger top called the Pamela, which I actually wore backwards! It has an amazing fit and is super versatile. This top would look fantastic with many non-Herve Leger skirts and jeans. The Sabine skirt was not as impressive. Given its high waistline, it would be challenging to pair with non-Herve Leger tops.
A picture of a model wearing the same top (but forwards) with the same skirt can be found here.
I've wanted to try out this dress for so long. The colors and design are so lovely! Unfortunately, they didn't have my size in the Linden dress and I had to size up 2 sizes! As a result, this dress was too long and did not fit properly. In spite of that, I think this dress would be very pretty if it were the correct size.
This Philipe jacket was a great fit, but not particularly memorable.
This final one was an unexpected favorite. The scoop neckline with short sleeves really balance out the mini length of the dress. While the pattern keeps the dress very chic and modern.
This dress called the Anja is also extremely versatile. I'm actually wearing shoes with a very low heel. This gorgeous little number can be dressed down with flats, or glammed up with heels. Either way, it looks completely perfect. This is one of those few Herve Leger dresses that can be worn for more casual events!
Hope you enjoyed seeing my latest Herve Leger shopping trip! The few items that I did get to try on have only made me want to get to the Herve Leger boutique that much more!
And, if you're shopping for a Herve Leger dress, be sure to check out the Herve Leger on sale here. The dress that you've been wishing for might be available at an insanely low price!