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May 13, 2013  | by: Aanchal Jiwrajka
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If you are someone who loves fashion, you are bound to love the little things that go along with it. Yes, I am talking about stationery. I spend the same amount of time shopping for nice stationery as I spend while buying clothes and shoes. As a fashion lover, it is great to see gorgeous little fashionable cards!

It really caught my fancy, when I heard that fashion label Oscar De La Renta has teamed up with stationery company Paperless Post to create a beautiful line of stylish letter cards, whether you want to send them electronically or by hand using stamps. Their exclusive runway inspired stationery has some of the fanciest designs which are designed by the couturier.

The first collection has some 50 designs that are inspired by the latest runway shoes and many are printed with Renta’s signature lace and fabric samples. Oscar De La Renta has an incredible archive of signature prints, exquisite laces and a fabulous collection, therefore this collaboration makes perfect sense. Also the brand itself embodies a message which is elegant yet fun, and isn’t that all what we’re looking for?

Apart from Renta, high end bespoke stationers like Bernard Maisner and decoupage impresario John Derian, have translated styles to Paperless cards.

In any case, the next time I am sending a card, I would definitely pay a visit to the paperless website. With the most expensive card at just $1.58, I think it’s a small price to pay for a little bit of Oscar De La Renta in our lives- or our mails!

So what do you have to say about these designer cards? Yay or Nay?

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