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Beach tunics video on youtube

Here’s a promotional video by kaftansale.com with the title:

Beach tunics – Kaftansale

Oh by the way the beach tunics are available on kaftansale.com, free shipping worldwide.




I know it’s summer in the Southern Hemisphere (Australia and New Zealand and South Africa) and it’s winter in Europe and Northern Americas, but what the heck!

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Available in all sizes. Visit kaftans tops and dress. Sweet getback stare.



All these beautiful, funky looking, mouth watering kaftans are available at a deal price with free shipping.

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300+ New additions of these beauties for Spring and Summer season. Yes, these marvelous tops are for sale at the best price and free shipping WORLDWIDE!

I’m happy to say that the variation of these caftan tops are astounding and there is something for everybody, even the most seasoned fashionista.

Better be quick before it’s all gone! Don’t forget to look into other collections of Fancy kaftan dresses, Bali wedding gowns, carefree beach tops and silk kaftans.



THE latest slick TV ad from Marks & Spencer, with Twiggy and Dannii Minogue unveiling the store’s seventies-style kaftans, has sent sales soaring at cheaper rival chain Sainsbury’s.

Demand for colourful summer prints starting from £10 at the supermarket increased by 24% year-on-year after thrifty women saw similar tops in the M&S commerical.

Per Una kaftans from M&S cost £32 and Sainsbury’s managing director of non-food Luke Jensen said: “We are offering M&S quality at supermarket prices.”

– I don’t have the clip but I guess ’twas gooood…

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Yesterday, as news of McQueen’s suicide at the age of 40 spread, it was those theatrical shows most vividly recalled.

”No one who went to an Alexander McQueen catwalk show could ever again have believed that fashion is merely superficial,” wrote The Guardian’s Jess Cartner-Morley. She wrote of a complex artist uncomfortable in fashion’s glitzy veneer, who adored his mother, Joyce, and who could be seen as either shy or rude depending whether you stood inside or outside his ”tight, protective” group of friends.

As his body was lifted into an ambulance outside his London home yesterday, and a distraught man who identified himself simply as ”the boyfriend” wept in front of cameras, McQueen’s troubles were laid bare.

Blogs and editorials pointed to his despair since his mother’s death barely a week ago, and the suicide two years ago of fashion stylist and editor Isabella Blow – McQueen’s friend and muse.

Blow had become a fashion legend by buying McQueen’s entire graduation collection from London’s Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (also the alma mater of John Galliano, Hussein Chalayan, Stella McCartney and many other British fashion luminaries).

In an industry rightly criticised recently for regurgitating historic trends rather than creating new ones, McQueen’s role of iconoclast was widely acclaimed.

He won four British designer of the year awards and in 2003 was appointed a CBE by the Queen. His ideas and aesthetic changed from season to season but it was probably his curve-kinking corsetry and complex tailoring that will be recalled.



Yes the kaftans are here again…..

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At one point the words ‘Tie-Dye’ filled us with horrible thoughts of 90s style baggy T-shirts with patterns reminiscent of fluorescent vomit but we’re about to do a complete U-turn as tie-dye is set to be the ‘It’ print of the season.

We know it sounds scary and you probably don’t want to jump on this trend but forget neon pink and yellow swirls and think ocean blues in the marble effect. You don’t have to go all hippy to try tie-dye as any colour works.

This season the trend is to wear pieces where the colours blend into each other naturally rather than the retro splashy style and trust us it’s a lot classier.

Designers including Tracey Reese and Josh Goot used the technique in their Spring/ Summer 09 shows proving this look is going to be big this season. And Angelina Jolie got on-board a whole year early choosing a brown tie-dye dress to hide her pregnancy bump.

If all-over tie-dye is a bit too much for you try a skirt in the pattern against a plain white or black vest top for a great look which works day or night just switch between gladiator sandals and heels.



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