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Welcome Libelula to Girl Meets Dress!

 

JUST LAUNCHED ON GIRL MEETS DRESS, WE ARE THRILLED TO WELCOME UK LABEL LIBELULA!

Inspired by vintage shapes, LIBELULA‘s head designer Sophie Cranston creates beautiful colours, feminine and delicious dresses, from long evening gowns to mid length dresses.  Libelula is fast becoming the label to watch. This brand is known for its in-house designed, vibrant prints and use of luxurious fabrics. Remember when the magazines went crazy and Cranston was the fashion name on everyone’s lips thanks to rumours that she was going to be designing The Duchess of Cambridge wedding dress.

The Duchess of Cambridge has worn Libelula on more than one occasion, most memorably when she chose a black velvet Dulwich coat with diamante clasp for the wedding of Harry Aubrey-Fletcher and Louise Stourton. Then more recently, to Coworth Park, near Ascot, to watch hubby Prince William and Prince Harry play polo. For this day out she choose the silk Rebecca dress from Libélula’s Autumn Winter 2011 collection – and it is still selling today! The printed knee-length frock in a summery sea-green hue with ladylike buttons leading from the belted waist up to the high stand collar – is the perfect style for a day event with wedges, or an evening occasion with high heels.

 

Rent Libelula at Girl Meets Dress

Rent Libelula at Girl Meets Dress

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Cranston studied fashion design and honed her skills in the backrooms in Saville Row and Bellville Sassoon. She then won the prestigious Designer of the Year Award at Graduate Fashion Week in 1999, an accolade shared with such luminaries as John Galliano, Christopher Bailey and Alexander McQueen. She then went on to work for McQueen himself, and next set up Temperley in 2000 with Alice Temperley. After 2 years she decided to follow her dreams and went to the South of Spain to learn Flamenco and Spanish and it was here in a small white washed village in Andalucia that Libelula (Dragonfly in Spanish) was born.

As the label grew it made more sense to move the headquarters to the UK and it can now be found in many of the leading boutiques around the country, and also internationally. Cranston’s  studio is based in Hampshire and she now juggles dresses with motherhood and family life.

Libelula now also offers wedding dresses and bridesmaids dresses in their signature shapes and fabrics.

 

 


Kate Middleton In Libelula’s Rebecca Shirt Dress. Hire Her Style Now!

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Libelula’s designer Sophie Cranston studied fashion and has worked with everyone from Alexander McQueen, to setting up the brand Temperley with Alice Temperley in 2000. She is internationally recognised for her fun, yet sophisticated dresses.

The designer caught the eye of Kate Middleton and she was spotted in one of her Libelula dresses. Libelula was one of the original designers rumoured to be in the running for the royal wedding dress.

At GMD, we love the flattering cut of the dresses, and the versatility of them. They can be dressed up with heels, or like Kate, for a chicer day look, pair with comfy wedges. We’re sure that the Rebecca Shirt Dress by Libelula will remain a designer classic for a very long time. Hire Libelula now.

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Advent Calendar Day 9 – 15% Off ALL Dresses!

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GMD has extended the incredible discount bonanza and for 24 hours only, there’s 15% off ALL DRESSES! Just simply choose your dream designer dress from over 4,000 styles and enter the code 15ADVENT2013 at the checkout.

Hurry as the code ends tonight at midnight!

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Advent Day 8 – Blogger Laura Pearson-Smith Shows Us How To Be Unique On New Year’s Eve

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Sunday 8th December

It’s one of the biggest and busiest party nights of the year, so it’s important to make a statement in a unique dress that will stand out from the crowd. On occasions like this, the high street just doesn’t cut it; which is why I love the party dresses for hire from Girl Meets Dress. There are some amazing designers and quirky patterns- meaning nobody will turn up in the same outfit as you.

The Gold Sequin Prom Dress from Opulence England (£49 Hire) is the ultimate sparkly puffball dress. You’ll be like a beacon on the dance floor.

I also love the iconic Herve Leger Two Tone Bandage Dress (£139 Hire), as it’s best to start the New Year as you mean to go on- sexy and confident.

The bright and glitzy 70s-style Marc Jacobs Rainbow Paillette Dress (£49 Hire) is a disco showstopper, and with a £900 retail price tag, is one you probably wouldn’t get the chance to wear normally.

If the ’20s are more your thing, I adore the Great Gatsby-esque Versace Jeans Jenna Dress (£79 Hire) with its Art Deco-inspired print. It’s the epitome of elegance.

If you are going to a black-tie occasion to see out the end of 2013, and need a long dress, you won’t find better than the Holly Maxi Dress from Erdem. Its colourful galactic print is perfect for a night like this.

The idea of hiring designer dresses for special occasions is a great one. Once I’ve been photographed in a dress, I never want to wear it again; so this is the perfect solution. It’s much cheaper, and gives you so many more opportunities to wear stunning designs. It’s especially important during the festive season where parties running into the double figures are commonplace!

Laura Pearson-Smith is a blogger at A Life With Frills [http://www.alifewithfrills.co.uk], and a fashion journalist.

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Don’t forget that the 30% off our special Advent Collection ends at midnight tonight! Use the code ADVENT30 at the checkout.

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