Sunday, August 01, 2010

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strange how i'm showing just as much skin as i would be wearing a pair of
denim shorts, yet somehow this feels way more scandalous...


ITEMS (rollover mouse to view detailed picture)
H&M linen-blend nude cardigan
Free People lace bandeau (old, from Urban Outfitters)
Paula Frani chiffon high-slit skirt (super old, from Daffy's/NYC)
Giuseppe Zanotti brown heels (from eBay)
Cecil & Jeanne hammered gold cuff and necklace (from Cecil & Jeanne, Madison Ave./NYC)
pearl and diamond ring (inherited)
Fendi nude convertible clutch
Chanel "Gold Lamé" nailpolish

Outfit Details

25 comments:

  1. But you're not showing as much skin... I think it feels more scandalous 'cause it's more of a peek of skin, as opposed to an obvious small item of clothing. Very cool outfit.

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  2. I love that! That sometimes wearing more clothing feels more revealing. It's an odd feeling. You look fantastic. So summery and sexy. Love the skirt!!
    xo

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  3. Wow, I would never have guessed that the cardigan is from H&M. I never buy anything there anymore but I guess I have to take a look tomorrow. Really loved the fit of the cardigan and the fact that it is LINEN! :D

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  4. I love it, all of the pieces are great. My only issue is the blunt end of the cardigan where the tendrils of the skirt emerge - I suppose I think something a little more asymmetrical would really tie everything together - regardless, it's a beautiful outfit.

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  5. You never disappoint!!! This is awesome! And I really love your fendi bag!

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  6. Beautiful. It's so sophisticated and sexy. Neutrals suit you well.

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  7. beautiful skirt.


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  8. I think the bandeau top pulls this whole look together - it's unexpected and sexy without being overbearing.

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  9. Love that nude bag. I agree about how certain exposure can seem sexier than obvious ones.

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  10. Thanks for the suggestion. The problem with vintage stuff is that they NEVER fit me properly. I'm obsessed with proportions and that the garment fits my body perfectly.

    Haha, must be nice for rich people!!

    Cheers

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  11. rawr.
    i know just what you mean. wearing something sheer or light always gives me far more of a thrill than mere, blatant near-nudity. :)
    i see you're getting more adjusted to carrying clutches?

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  12. such a great outfit. i do love it soooo much from the back. it looks so mystic and chic.
    hope youre having a wonderful week so far.

    xx ediot

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    love u posts, keep it up
    like outfit and THAT clutch !!


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  14. I know!! I made a post about that sweater here. But I have realized that I cannot cope with the mohair so I have to pass over that sweater! :(

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  15. love the neutral tones!
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  16. isn't that always how it goes though?? that's why i am so trepid when it comes to finally pulling the trigger on these highly-obsessed over items.

    that's funny though, i had the camel ones and sold them to get the black ones, which ended up being too expensive. now i want the light beige ones from this season. sigh.

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  17. hot look. love the colours in this one.

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  18. I'm a big fan of your blog, and I've been following you since your stylediary days. I saw this bag and immediately thought it would be up your alley:

    http://www.lagarconne.com/store/item.htm?itemid=7737&sid=26&pid=

    You had that other bag which was modeled after a plastic shopping bag, except that it was made of expensive leather - well, this bag is modeled after a paper bag but made of expensive leather!

    Also just wanted to say, it is nice to see a girl in a non-fashion or design job with a fashion blog. I'm an engineer, and it's hard to know how to dress for work each day, so I take inspiration from your blog.

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  19. i love the front and back view contrast! so much beautiful neutrality going on:)


    xxmerissa
    merbri.blogspot.com

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  20. This is so daring! I love it. I also really like the way you have the gif to scroll down on the details of your outfits.

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  21. Pretty much a flawless look!! great job!

    www.theavailableanswer.blogspot.com

    thx!
    xo

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