#Top5 Tuesday – Marco de Vincenzo dresses


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We’ve just discovered Marco de Vincenzo dresses and we’re totally in love.

By discovered we don’t mean we’ve actually gotten up close and personal enough to touch any Marco de Vincenzo dresses. We’ve only had the pleasure of browsing through some pictures on the Moda Operandi website. But it’s possible to fall in love with something based on a picture.

It isn’t just the dresses that we’re loving. We’re loving pretty much everything from the now expired Moda Operandi Marco de Vincenzo Resort 2016 trunk show.

But for this post we’re featuring our top 5 picks of Marco de Vincenzo dresses.

So here there are in no particular order:

Our #Top5 Marco de Vincenzo dresses…

Marco de Vincenzo short ruffled hem Tulle Polka Dot Dress
Image via ModaOperandi.com

Marco de Vincenzo short ruffled hem Tulle Polka Dot Dress

A multicolor polka dots silk dress. Features a tulle layer, sheer yoke with bell sleeves, self-tie at the neck, camisole style straps with a fitted bodice, and a mini length skirt with a ruffled hem.

This dress comes with a $2,790 price tag. Parts of it are made of 100% silk. Other parts are 50% nylon, 40% viscose, and 10% polyester. The color is described as “tabacco multicolor”. Dress is self lined and features a single button keyhole with hidden zip closure at back.

Marco de Vincenzo Fringe Circle Midi Dress

Marco De Vincenzo Fringe Circle Midi Dress

This is a sleeveless Marco de Vincenzo dress that features a sheath silhouette. We’re loving the oversized polka dot fringe embellishments. Dress color is black, purple and red. Material: 84% viscose, 16% silk.

This dress comes with a $1,955 price tag.

Marco de Vincezo silk multicolor polka dots fringe self-tie bow dress

Marco De Vincezo silk multicolor polka dots fringe self-tie bow dress

Gorgeous fitted elastic waist silk dress with multicolor polka dots. Features a racer front and back design with a self-tie bow at the neck. Dress is a midi length. Skirt part of dress is embellished with fringe dots.

Dress comes with a $2,475 price tag. Material 1: 90% silk, 10% polyester; Material 2: 94% viscose, 6% silk.

Marco de Vincenzo Tulle Polka Dot maxi dress

Marco de Vincenzo Tulle Polka Dot maxi dress
Image via ModaOperandi.com

How gorgeous is this dress? It looks so silky and soft. We love the flowy maxi length. No surprise, this dress comes with a $5,230 price tag. It’s made in part of 100% silk and 50% nylon, 40% viscose, 10% polyester. Design is a multicolor dress with polka dots and a sheer tulle layer. Features a scoop neckline, a ruffled tier around the yoke, sheer long sleeves with ruffled cuffs, and a fluid floor length skirt.

Marco de Vincenzo multicolor print dress metallic dots overlay

Marco de Vincenzo multicolor print dress metallic dots overlay

This is a multicolor print dress with a metallic dots overlay. Dress features a v-neck with a fitted bodice, mid length sleeves with flared cuffs, and a mini length skirt with tiered ruffle layers. Materials: 100% polyester; 60% viscose, 30% nylon, 10% polyester. Comes with a $2,650 price tag.

These are our #Top5 picks of Marco de Vincenzo dresses

What do you think of our picks?

For those of you ladies with the wallet to afford it, click the button below to head over to Moda Operandi to shop these dresses. Can’t afford these dresses? Still check out the Moda Operandi colleciton of Marco de Vincenzo dresses and other items from the Marco de Vincezo label.

Shop Marco de Vincenzo at Moda Operandi

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