Hollywould Realizes It's Too Expensive

If you have a party and nothing to wear, will you spend much more on the shoes than you will on the dress? Hoping people will notice your feet and n
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If you have a party and nothing to wear, will you spend much more on the shoes than you will on the dress? Hoping people will notice your feet and n
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If you have a party and nothing to wear, will you spend much more on the shoes than you will on the dress? Hoping people will notice your feet and not your torso is a pretty common feeling: Hollywould recently found that their customers were willing to spend $700 for a pair of their shoes-- but not nearly the same for their dresses. Because of this, designer Holly Dunlap will abandon her expensive ready-to-wear clothing - think $900 for a spangled sundress - and venture into more contemporary priced clothing. Come spring, WWD says her dresses, tops, and pants will be priced from $125 to $395. Yet Holly’s embellished sandals and metallic wedges won’t be any cheaper, which means you could walk out of the store with a $200 printed dress, and a pair of $600 wedges. Maybe that's because Holly's beachy style is fine for accessories, but not every girl (and certainly not every woman) can pull off her blazing patterns and slouchy fits. But would you justify spending three times as much on shoes as you did on a dress? --NATALIE MATTHEWS