Every season, long sleeve midi dress stores on the street are scrambling to fill the tracks with cheap imitations of the latest fashion show.
But it seems to be a trend this season caused a sensation, many brands panic buying almost the same version of the price they inadvertently be quite different.
The ubiquity of flowers MIDI style, considered by the stone seems to have appeared in the runway, the retail giant H&M, ASOS, in recent weeks, Elvis and stylewe.com.
And the cuffs and the neckline are subtly different, and all four long sleeve midi dress seem to have been cut off from the exact same fabric, mesh material with delicate floral embroidery.
Giant H&M high street in Sweden V neck version, have long sleeves, is by 69.99, has been described as „a ventilation network wide fitting clothing V collar, embroidery and aggregation under bust“.
It’s in just two sizes of XS / S and M / L, and features a drop of shoulder and narrow legs, elastic sleeves at the cuffs, and the inside of the midi dress.
You need a bit of a deep pocket ASOS salon profile version 120, which is the folds of the long sleeve midi dress, a pink lining, also has a plus size (up to 28), which is currently out of stock).
In stylewe.com, you can find a similar style of panic buying 96.78 (from e 107.54). Jianshan style, which is in the size of a British 2-12, has a long sleeve, and ankle length skirt, Fuller.
At the same time, plus the size of the label, the Elvi version is known as a flower by 75 net clothes, the size is 14 to 26, described as „beautifully embroidered with floral patterns, provides a perfect dose of fantastic dream.
Spain high street love Zara black also has a version that has been sold out, and the John Lewis 184 profile sleeveless style.
In Jess Archer, Elvis, brand director told the woman: „when our chief designer is from the spring and summer fashion trends, embroidery shows in many of the top display.“
We went abroad to buy a suit that we thought was good for the summer, and so did many other brands!
If there is a big critical trend, seen in fashion show, often filtered into the streets, similar designs tend to appear.