Uptown elegance meet downtown chic in Thread Social's fun and flirty dresses and separates. The brainchild of fashion design veterans Beth Blake and Melissa Akey, Thread Social is the younger sister of Thread, a line of stylish bridesmaid dresses. Whether your clothing style is one-shoulder or strapless, bow-accented jersey top and jeans or flowing maxi dress, printed silk or striped seersucker, you’ll find it in Thread Social’s collection of sleek frocks geared for the on-the-go woman about town. Beloved for its flattering silhouettes, Thread Social has appeared in <i>Vogue</i>, <i>Elle</i>, <i>InStyle</i>, and <i>Glamour</i>.
Girls who just wanna have fun will be hard-pressed to have a bad time wearing these colorful silk frocks from Thread Social. A ruffle-front halter dress, a low-back sheath that Audrey Hepburn would die for and a two-tone strapless stand out among these party-perfect looks.
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