OK, can you imagine all the crap the bottom of that skirt would drag around :-)
Ahh, but the lovely, crisp, swishing sound it would make whilst doing so . . . ;-)
I love that melon-pink color!
Those sound like good career options.
I am with Wendy. And, I think I want to be a professional swanner or at least a dedicated amateur.
You certainly don't need an excuse to wear something like that! It's wonderful.
I WISH. If I came swanning into the office wearing that gorgeous getup, my boss's eyes would get as big around as saucers.
I don't see why that isn't allowed for all jobs.
I think I can get away with it. I've pushes so many boundaries at work so people just expect me to turn up dressing like ... urg like that!
what do you think of this look for a mother of the bride theme? is it dressy enough? it sure is a refreshing departure from the tired look in bridal shops....
Great question, Anon,I think it all depends on the mother of the bride's attitude and her willingness to own this look. But I'd trade the more casual crew for a smart, very plain white blouse with a strong pointed collar. I'd then fill in the neckline with a gorgeous statement necklace like the one shown.This is a gorgeous, confident look that reminds me of when Sharon Stone wore her husband's white shirt to the Academy Awards with a Vera Wang ballgown skirt and was the best dressed there.
No kidding, so funny you should remember that! I remember hearing someone say it was a gap tee - it has since given me permission to use the 'less is more' approach. Thanks for the input, love your blog, I check it daily.Kathi
Thanks for your kind words, Kathi,If I remember correctly, Ms. Stone pushed the fashion boundaries a year prior to her white shirt with a black GAP mock turtleneck tee at the Oscars. Once again, she looked fabulous. I'm all for the high/low mix when possible; love a good bit of *bite* to a look! Thanks again for visiting!
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