Sunday, July 26, 2009

Human Architecture








I could be a undercover detective in this over dimensioned dress. The skirt section has such dramatic angles and space that I could be hiding things in it..and you would never know! ha
Found this dress a while back for really cheap..but it was a size too small so I finally got around to fixing the back so the zipper would actually have a chance at closing without needing another person. One of the few drawback to living alone is that the zippers, back buttons and hooks have to be all one-person proof.
If anyones in need of a new ready made playlist- check out here. Its fulfilled my need for new music for the past couple weeks.
And the dress that I made last weekend- I promise Ill post it soon! Just been to busy fighting with my bipolar sewing machine while working on another dress..
*Marie-Louise
-h&m sweater, Urban studded belt, steve madden moccasins, Go International for target dress

27 comments:

*karo said...

aaaaaaaaawesome dress!!
love that outfit

Alice in Wardrobe Wonderland said...

I love the shape and texture, and the pattern reminds me a bit of Balenciaga's Autumn/Winter 2009 Ready-to-Wear collection x

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vanillacardamom said...

That is such a fantastic dress, I love the black bandage straps against that texturized pattern
très cool

Sarah Von said...

Those black straps are fantastic! Sexy and tough against the floral print.

Fell4fashion said...

I LOVE that dress!!! I didn't find that at my target :( Fabulous!

dapper kid said...

Oh wow, that dress is so incredibly beautiful!! And that second to last photograph is stunning dear. Hope you had a lovely weekend :)

Fashion Victim said...

You look adorable!
loving the look!
you remind me of blake lively in taht last picture!
you are truly pretty!
thanks for your comment
x
s

stylewithbenefits said...

Wow, you look fab. The whole look is amazing. Love the angles of the skirt.

xo, Becs

Damsels said...

love that dress! which GO collection was it ?
and i love the black part looks like an elastic harness. i adore this whole look

MJ said...

Lovely dress! I hope you used the opportunity to ACTUALLY hide things in it...


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Anonymous said...

Absolutely brilliant! That dress is stunning

Lily said...

This dress is stunning..it has such a gorgeous shape to it and I love the floral print x

E said...

I love the way the dress wraps on top. Very pretty.

CHIC Sensibility... said...

Great dress!

Ruhvana and Flanelli said...

That dress is beautiful.

Ruhvana

Toni Tones said...

wow, beautiful dress, does the black silk come attacjed or did u add it, genius

A Pinch of Style said...

Hi. Thanks for the sweet comment. I regret passing this dress up from the Go collection. It looks really good on you and pairing it with the purple cardigan is a great choice!

tinklestar said...

wow i can't believe you found that at target! it has such a unique shape.

♥ fashion chalet said...

Would you believe me?

Yes, I take almost all of my own photos, (with tripod and timer) when nobody else is at my disposal for use.. :) tough but fun when I go back home and look at them on the computer.

Your shoes are tres cool! ;)


x

erin said...

AMAZING !
your architectural structure is divine. haha.
i seriously love the dress and the angles it creates. wow!

xx

Amelia said...

That dress has such a great silhouette. I love the x created by the straps.

Anonymous said...

This is a great dress and the style is fabulous!

Kristin said...

That is a flat out incredible dress!

Maggie said...

Hi, love ur dress and u look very chic with it.
Thanks for ur comments on my blog! :)

Barbro Andersen said...

I love the architecture <3 The leas shot is particularly lovely!

Thank you so much for the nice comment in my blog!

somedaynewyorker said...

Great dress. I love how it shows off your waist and hips. Its darling.

CAMILLE said...

wow i cant believe that dress is from target..thats great