like the second...checks are always quite nice. these are pricey at $2,000+ and way beyond what i would spend on a dress.have a wonderful monday.
Good Life - oh me too. But this was more an exercise in cinematic fantasy.
Did you see the Dior/Lanvin piece by Cathy Horyn in Friday's NYT? I had the same thought: exquisite and actually wearable clothes. While I can't spend it in a retail boutique, with luck these will end up in resale or on a 70% off rack- like Frugal Scholar's find, a Chloe silk dress at Goodwill for $4. It CAN happen!
Very pretty! I notice the model in the yellow dress is posed in the pigeon-toed stance that fashion photographers seem to think is sexy or endearing. Gag!
A girl can dream ...
I want the blue one and the pink one. If you find someone to buy you these dresses will you ask them to get me those two?
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LOVELY, and yes, out of my price range as well. Sigh. Meet me at Macy's?
Don't you wish we had as much money as we have good taste? ;-)
Since none of these would suit me it's lucky I don't have to make a decision about them!
Duchesse - yes, I saw that piece right after I posted this one. Unlike some designer pret-a-porter, these strike me as being classic and so wearable, this season and ten years from now. Rita - yes that pose drives me a bit crazy. It seems to be particularly pernicious on websites geared toward twenty-somethings.
Sal - and such sweet dreams these make!La Belette - I'll ask for an "extra" just for you!travelandtrips - thanks! glad you enjoy.
Julie - nice to "see" you! Hope all is well with you. Yes, Macy's is more my milieu.materfamilias - yes, indeed!Imogen - I don't think I could wear these in reality either, but they make for fun cinematic fantasies!
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