Thursday, January 26, 2012

Eclipse

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target tee, bcbg skirt, vtg necklace, asstd bracelets

14 comments:

  1. exquisite...elegant...looks amazing on you. i LOVE this, -h.

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  2. Brilliant.

    I love the simple styling of the bag--it and the skirt (and how they swing) very much compliment each other. This is something I always find in your aesthetic: the ability to capture movement, even in all black--which of course has to do with photography, but the photography is about the in-life element.

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  3. those pleats on that skirt are spectacular...great styling! I know i have said this before but this look reminds me of madonna's frozen... that look will always remain a timeless classic!

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  4. About your post below, I've never thought about them that way...have always associated them with my school uniform days. And you look great! It's so simple, but such a head turner, and so many great textures in one (non) colour.

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  5. thought of you when i saw this...

    http://rarevintage.blogspot.com/2012/01/yves-saint-laurent-collection.html

    road trip?

    ;-)

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  6. amazing pleats and the length is dramatic in the best possible way.

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  7. That silhouette is killer! And I love the pops of silver (I never was the biggest fan of gold).

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  8. hi!! thanks for the suggestion for the bcbg skirt! omg it looks stunning on you! i saw it on the website and it did not do it any justice, but on your it looks like a million bux..I just remembered I have a pleated maxi in my closet that I wore once.. If I can't fit it then I will splurge on the bcbg skirt ...and that croc bag is wicked!

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  9. exquisite is the right word for it! gorgeous: i love this look. and i love how you referenced the other photos in 'more pleats'.

    the skirt reminds me of the most beautiful vintage skirt i had, in ny, for years: navy, from the late 40s, long but not floor length (around mid calf) - a kind of synthetic fabric that was amazing, it held the little knife pleats, it was light weight, and you could roll it up and it was fine. magic. then someone spilled something on it - something oily - and i had to have it dry cleaned, and they ironed the pleats right out.

    it broke my heart: the one thing i couldn't save.

    hope all's well, miss p! ; ) xox

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  10. Wow, what a beautiful (and in the same time simple and wearable) pleat skirt, goes especially well with the big tote!

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  11. Drooling over pleats~!!!!!! Seriously!!!!!

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  12. Love this outfit & how fluid the skirt is! so bohemian elegant!! <3

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