The Happiest Dress on Earth. Move over, Minnie, and meet the Megan. Megan is a classic day dress with more than just a touch of retro-flair. It’s got a surplice bodice with a v-neck front, flattering short sleeves, a slimming banded waist with a full swirl skirt that falls just below the knee. Well suited to almost any figure, the Megan is flirty and oh-so femme, and pretty much entirely made of happy. When I ordered my Megan in a cheery, cherry red and white polka dot print, I couldn’t help but be reminded of a beloved Disney icon (and designer festooned fashionista, by the way) the unofficial Queen of the Disney castle, Minnie Mouse.
It appears I’m not the only one who likes to style her Megan ala Disney’s resident First Lady-Mouse. Note the close resemblance to me, Minnie and some of Megan’s other happy models. Says author and Karina Dresses Frockstar, Beth S: “OK, I had to share this shot of me in my newest Megan – it is so deliciously cheery! I now have FOUR polka-dot Karinas (two Megan, and two Audrey,) so, in the name of restraint and self-discipline… I just ordered a Blue Feathers Megan a few minutes ago. They say the first step is admitting you have a problem.”
Mrs. Mickey Mouse, if you’re reading this, I invite you to trade out your tired old mousey frock for a Megan by Karina Dresses. With its easy care and easy to wear micro-fiber fabric, and limited-run, super fun fashion prints, I think you’ll find that the Megan is the perfect dress to wear to “the Happiest Place on Earth.”
C’mon, get happy: the Megan comes in a variety of prints and colors, and is available at any of our fine retailers, as well as online. To shop the Megan online, click HERE
So, tell me, what do you put on to make you feel happy?
About the Author: Bella Q is the new resident editor for the Karina Chronicles, as well as being a fashion blogger/personal style enthusiast/ vintage clothing seller in her own right. A long time fan of Karina Dresses (she became an official Brand Ambassador in October, 2011) Bella is now in possession of over a dozen Karina dresses. You can find her online (and not talking awkwardly about herself in the editorial third person) at the following places: Blog/Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/Etsy Shop