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Camille La Vie unveils new homecoming dress collection
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Sep '12
In commencement of the new school season, Camille La Vie & Group USA has launched a special group of new dress styles: a Homecoming dress collection made available for young ladies to kick off their school year, which can be purchased through the retailer’s e-commerce.

With a main category dedicated to homecoming dresses, shoppers will be able to browse various styles in an array of colors, lengths and silhouettes, and can coordinate their outfits with accessories ranging from platform and stiletto shoes, clutches and handbags, as well as jewelry, which are also available for purchase on the website.

Although a timeless homecoming look usually consists of short dresses with design features that include tulle A-line skirt portions and sweetheart necklines (which are readily accessible on the website in many styles), Camille La Vie & Group USA also carries homecoming dresses comprised of intricately beaded bodices, empire waists, one-shoulder looks, tapered strapless dresses, tiered skirts, high to low dresses, handkerchief dresses, rhinestone and sequin dresses and more.

And if prospective customers prefer a long Homecoming dress, Camille La Vie & Group USA also has on-trend silhouettes such as mermaid dresses, trumpet dresses and versatile evening dresses that can transition into different social occasions.

“In addition to prom, the homecoming season also allows us to set the trend once more, while helping to make a young lady’s night feel extra special. After all, her homecoming dance serves as one of the most unforgettable moments of her life,” said Camille La Vie & Group USA President Denise Viotti.

Camille La Vie & Group USA is a true fashionista’s shopping hot spot for prom dresses, homecoming dresses, wedding dresses, social separates, day into evening dress styles, bridal, formal accessories, jewelry and shoes. They offer one of the most extensive and stylish collections of special occasion dresses that can be found under one fabulous roof!

Camille La Vie & Group USA

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