Dress of the Day: Marchesa layered ruffle dress

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Want to see out 2008 with a bang? The Fashion Police present red-carpet favourites Marchesa, and their £2,600 layered ruffle dress. Sure, you’ll be eating ramen noodles from now until Spring, and some people may look at you a bit funny, but you will be the talk of the New Year’s party, we promise.

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10 Comments

  • December 30, 2008

    The Style PA

    One word… WOW!

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  • December 30, 2008

    Hannah

    One word… UGLY!

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  • December 30, 2008

    JC

    If you want your dress to shoot ink out of its fuschia sucker pads this New Year this is the dress for you!

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  • December 30, 2008

    Anna

    Um… am I missing something? Are octopus-skin dresses the new latest thing?

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  • December 31, 2008

    Telcontar Rulz

    It might look good on a supermodel.

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  • December 31, 2008

    Mona

    Jellyfish 🙂 Kind of like it….

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  • December 31, 2008

    Steph

    Heh, nice one JC, I was just about to say how much it reminds me of some kind of deep sea fish. I don’t like it in the least…

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  • January 3, 2009

    jess

    this is the most disgusting dress iv ever seen in my life, im a model and i wouldnt be seen dead in that no matter what the label was, its bland, boring, shapeless and a vile material, normally you guys do good, but this, this is a crime the fashion police missed!

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  • January 3, 2009

    lorrwill

    Other than that the wearer will look like she is being swallowed by some strange alien amoeba/ squid monster, it is a nice color.

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  • January 9, 2009

    ch1ncandan

    I love the colour and the concept but seriously doubt that anyone, even models, look good in that pleated fabric. It would also be interesting to see this dress on a person to see what effect that would have on the ruffles–would they appear floaty or just make you look like a giant Christmas ornament?

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