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Sass and Bide Women's Dresses

Sass and Bide started out only in 1999 when two best friends with no fashion background decided to found the company in Sydney. The strong and free-spirited designs are not for everyone's taste, but wearing a dress by Sass and Bide does make a statement. The company dedicates its collections to women of ageless spirit and thus every lady who is daring enough can wear one of their original designs.

Sass and Bide Style Basics

The style of Sass and Bide is so outstanding and unique that it deserves some highlighting. In the designs of Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton, glamour meets streetwear, and often you can see layered skirts over corsets, beads with T-shirts, and tribal motifs with ruffles. Their style is all about contradiction, a playful take on fashion. They combine bohemian, natural, urban, street-slick, and feminine style, and this perfectly demonstrates what it feels like to be a woman in this modern era.

Dress Lengths

As a versatile brand, Sass and Bide provides dresses in all popular lengths. You can find fun sequin mini dresses or short kimono wraps as well as full-length maxi dresses that are often asymmetric for a unique look. Of course, the range also features some midi and tea-length dresses that cover about half of the ankle or reach just above the knee.

Dress Materials

Sass and Bide plays with many different materials. Exclusive shiny sequin dresses from polyester or Sass and Bide 100 percent silk dresses embellish your nights out, while natural cotton or breathable Sass and Bide linen dresses are best for everyday wear. Whatever the fabric, the dress designs are unique and definite head turners.

Dress Styles

Sass and Bide offers some of the most popular styles, but their inventory includes a number of designs of their own imagination. You can find strapless necklines, bodycons, flowing silk dresses, lace dresses, and flattering wraps. The little black dress is also available in their collections, but with its own twist. Many of the dresses have asymmetrical lines to add a bit of chaos and playfulness.

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