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Sweet Sensation Holiday Collection

As you know I have been busy working on my holiday collection titled Sweet Sensation. The title basically sums up what the collection will be about. In other words there will be delicate items, but at the same time edgy items.


Here are some of the fabric swatches.

In this collection you will see different textures and fabrics, such as leather, chiffon, sequin. Not only that but for the first time you will see a range of variety, and by that I mean pants, blouses, jacket, ect. Lollipop Couture will raise the bar to give you the best and will not be mistaken for a one trick pony!

Here is the color pallet.
As the holiday’s approach women generally tend to want to sparkle more or want to wear a noticeable color. Therefore the color pallet will consist of black, chocolate brown, gold, and transition to hot pink. I think once you see the complete collection you will be able to notice the flow and see how they will all relate to one another.

I strongly believe in quality vs. quantity therefore the collection will be small. Each piece will be made to perfection, making it extra special to add to your current closet collection. Now I don’t want to give everything away, but here is a chic peek of the collection. Stay tune for the final product.

Here is a preview of our photo shoot debuting one of the garments from the Sweet Sensation!! Are you excited to see the final collection well hold on tight and please be patient.

 
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