Sunday, July 11, 2010

Shabby Apple Review: A Chic Online Boutique for Women

Have I mentioned recently how much I love clothes?  I always like finding new stores to shop.

Shabby Apple is an online boutique for women.  Their vintage inspired clothing is hip yet still chic.  I love the idea behind their clothing lines.  They believe that women should be able to dress comfortably and fashionably in one piece outfits without the need for tanks or sweaters to cover up to much exposed skin.  Their dresses have been featured in Woman's World, Baby Talk, Marie Claire, Glamour, Lucky Magazine, Redbook, Teen Vogue, and Self.

Here are some of my favorite dresses from their various collections:


They didn't forget about our little girls either!

I reviewed the Atlantic Fog dress.  I fell in love with it as soon as I tried it on.  It was simple yet feminine. The soft gray color was lovely and the fitted empire waist was flattering.  The fabric was so soft and I was comfortable all day in it even in the hot summer sun.  Best of all, the dress was well made.  The stitching and the fabric itself were of high quality. I felt that the dresses on the site were reasonably priced for the most part, especially if you dress professionally for the office or have a special occasion to wear a dress.

According to their blog, they are getting in new 1950s style aprons arriving this week which I can't wait to check out.  They also have fitness separates, maternity, accessories, dresses for preteens, and swimwear available on their website.

Right now if you enter SUMMER20 at checkout you can recieve 20% off of most items. See their site more details.  If you sign up for their mailing list to get coupons and special offers, you can receive 10% off of your next purchase. 

*Shabby Apple also partners with Unitus and donates 5% of its net dress sales to aid those living in poverty in India where some of their dresses are manufactured.  

* I was sent the Atlantic Fog dress by Shabby Apple in order to facilitate this review.  I also did sign up to be a part of their affiliate program.  All opinions are my own.


Lourie said...

I am going to check out their site now. It is always so hard to find modest clothes. Especially for our younger people. Why is that?

parentingadabsurdum said...

Oh yay - I love these! And I love the idea that you don't have to fiddle with tanks, etc. so that everything is appropriately covered :).

The Practical Mom Guide said...

I hear you Lourie! I have a friend whose elementary age daughter was getting picked on because she wasn't wearing the little "teenybopper" outfits as my friend called them.

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