Ava’s Closet

 photo Avas_zps4ff8f410.pngMy first Ava dress was from the Summer Collection. What caught my eye were the unusual print and the classic lines. The fabric felt soft and cool — perfect for the hot summery months of Saigon.

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As a Filipino, my worry with Vietnam-produced clothes is the sizing.  My frame is far far from the Vietnamese lean shape. That’s why I was quite happy that Ava’s made sure that my choice of dress fitted me well. Yes, they took my measurements and made one especially for me!

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Ava’s Closet is a feminine clothing line by Australian designer, Helen Corbett Holani. The fabric is sourced from India and other countries depending on what the design calls for.

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Ava’s brand caters to career-driven women with a unique sense of style. They are women that fly – able to balance a successful career with their family life and still have time to pursue their personal happiness.

To complete the Ava look, Ava offers accessories from local designers, scarfs,
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— and Mary & Marie bags.
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They’ve got dressy earrings —

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Bracelet and bangles too —

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Check out their necklaces —
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Intricately designed —
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There’s a T-shirt line as well for men called Nam’s shirts.
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Nam’s shirts also have Western sizes.

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If you or someone you know has that lookbook look, why not send your (or a friend’s) profile to Ava and be the next Ava’s Dress Up Girl.

 photo 20140929_173659_zps7e63610b.jpgYou can find Ava’s Closet at:

53B Nguyen Du St., District 1
Station 3A, 3A Ton Duc Thang in District 1

Happy shopping!

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