Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Customizing the Classics: the Little Black Dress





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Someone asked just yesterday about finding a versatile dress that could be worn for (among other things) funerals.  It was a timely question, as I was just finishing up my meditation on the Little Black Dress...  thanks for your question!  

Black dress – The Row

Brown dress – Chinti & Parker , Navy dress – Diane von Furstenberg, Grey dress – Diane von Furstenberg

Gray blouse – Aubin & Wills, gray skirt – Chloe, Camel tee – Ralph Lauren, camel skirt – House of Fraser, Navy sweater and skirt – Alexander McQueen

Midnight blue shirtdress – Steven Alan Hayden, Camel sweater dress – J. Crew, Gray dress – Tomas Maier

Dresses – Diane von Furstenberg  
Black silk shirtdress – Madewell, navy linen dress – Monsoon, gray tee shirt dress – James Perse
Cardigan – Topshop, blue sandals – Molly, navy blazer – Rag & Bone, wrap – John Lewis, navy pumps - Lanvin, navy boots – Donald J. Pliner  
Cardigan – Woolrich, Silver sandals – Glint, knitted blazer – See by Chloe, earrings – Tasha, gray slingbacks – J.C. Penney, black boots – Annie Bromley

4 comments:

  1. I love these choices!

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  2. Can't wait for your book to be finished. I want to curl up with it and get lost in it. Pretty often I find myself stealing a few minutes to go back into your previous posts, here and there, to just look and enjoy. But curling up with a laptop or blackberry and clicking around just doesn't get it for me. I want to turn pages, flip around, put it down, and pick it up again effortlessly. Looking forward to it, whenever it happens.

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  3. I'm the one who asked about the funeral dress. Thanks for the rapid response...this gives me some ideas to get started.

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  4. I am putting in my request for a signed book. I am tired of right-clicking and copying your pictures for my personal file - the file is too big. I would like a book on which I can take notes, circle items, post-it note key pages (I just made "post-it" a verb, tsk tsk...), etc. And they would make fantastic holiday presents. Please publish soon!!!!!!!

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