Fashions Fade, Style Is Eternal

A Style Oasis From Standing Armed

In Uncategorized on January 16, 2013 at 5:25 am

Windswept and heat soaked, the standing armed woman is quenching her desire for far off places this Spring 2013.  A desert oasis resort, both magical and practical, gives her the strength she needs to return to the hustle of the city.  It’s there that you see her walking through a crowd seemingly unbothered by the weight of the summertime air.  Instead an unknowing seductiveness develops as a drip of sweat slowly rolls down her chest and behind the collar of her pale pink brocade dress.

Day and night she is clothed in understated luxury that for spring is defined as silk and cotton tanks, dresses, skirts, tops, jackets and pants.  The day time story is white, ivory and pale pink.  The evening story is deep wine with black. Her confidence brings beauty to all she wears, whether a sleeveless blouse and silk crepe shorts, flowing open back maxi dress, or a raw silk pencil skirt with a collarless blazer.

“The standing armed spring collection is designed to be the ultimate wardrobe for a trip to a desert oasis resort,” says designer Lindsay Walsh.  “It’s utility and opulence combined.”

Offering a refuge from the complications of everyday dressing, standing armed has created a spring collection that is like a glass of cool, clear water in the middle of a heat wave. It will quench your need for natural style.

Standing armed ranges in prices from $140-$695 and is available at Simons in Edmonton, Coal Miner’s Daugther in Toronto, and by appointment at the Vancouver studio.

For more information please visit www.standingarmed.com.

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