If you came away energized from Marchesa’s Fall 2016 RTW collection, then get a taste of Marchesa Notte, the brand’s sister line, which presented sumptuous looks for the more cost-conscious fashionista.

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For all the glamour and sophistication of Marchesa, Marchesa Notte gives you all that and more at a economic price point. The dresses were far more understated in comparison to the main line, but had the right touches of elegance and individuality to stand out at an upcoming gala or cocktail party.

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Every look was more fantastic than the next! Florals led the direction of the gowns, in pink, lavender, and rouge – not in the three-dimensional florets that dominated the main Marchesa show, but in flowers closely integrated into the materials for a seamless finish. Hems played into the garden theme as well in lengthy tulle and draped petal skirts.

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Ornate gold detailing was hand-stitched from bodice to hem on one 3/4 sleeved dress. Another style had a thigh-high slit for extra sparkle. A favorite navy gown looked as though it had been lightly dusted with gold powder for a twilight effect. The footwear was consistent from the main show and represented clean lines in contrast to the ostentatious assortment. A wonderful selection indeed for one looking for more realistic clothes to the ball!

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What do you think of Marchesa Notte’s Fall 2016 RTW Collection?

Source: Vogue.com

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