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Alberta Ferretti's collection now in Macy's, Penn Square

by Linda Miller Published: April 25, 2012


Floral dress by Alberta Ferretti for Macy's, $99.
Floral dress by Alberta Ferretti for Macy's, $99.

Who has checked out the new Alberta Ferretti’s limited collection for Impulse at Macy’s that landed in stores recently? I haven’t seen it up close, but I like what I see in the photos. And the prices are great.

The clothes focus on feminine silhouettes and delicate fabrications, according to Macy’s. This capsule collection is a first for the Italian-based designer.

“This collection for Macy’s captures the essence of the Italian summer lifestyle and is at the same time true to my style,” said Ferretti. “I imagine a sensual woman that was joyfully elegant and unequivocally Italian. I am happy that Maria Carla’s unique style, Ellen Von Unwerth’s modern eye, and the fairy-tale atmosphere of Positano made my imagination become real. I’m glad I had the opportunity to give a solar, fresh and joyful Italian dream to the customers of Macy’s and I believe that these items will become staple dresses in their wardrobe.”

Key items include bold-hued dresses in maxi and strapless styles, bohemian blouses, oversized and abstract floral prints and macrame and lace detailing, priced on average from $49 to $119.

The clothes will be hanging around until they sell out. But hurry. This collection is getting raves.

In Oklahoma City, go to the Macy’s in Penn Square Mall. Of course, you can always shop online at

Alberta Ferretti lace tunic, $49, available at Macy's.
Alberta Ferretti lace tunic, $49, available at Macy's.
Alberta Ferretti floral strapless dress, $79, at Macy's.
Alberta Ferretti floral strapless dress, $79, at Macy's.
by Linda Miller
Fashion Blogger (Contributor)
Linda Miller always has loved makeup and fashion, especially shoes and handbags. She admits to owning more lipsticks and glosses than many makeup artists, but she's not giving up a single tube. When she got the opportunity to move from...
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