Dress Crazy

Posted on: December 17, 2006

I don’t own a dress. But I do want to. Really do. It’s just that there doesn’t seem to be a fitting occasion to wear a dress to. But oh wells, a girl can always feast her eyes, can’t she? 😀

This shift dress from UO is from the old range. Didn’t get down to blogging about it. Anyway, Ashlee once wore it too. I love the loose-fit and sweet floral prints. And black, loves it!

Ah, another one from UO. This is more mod-kitsch. But I really love the babydoll cut and poet sleeves. The colours are a good turn away from my monochromes.

Moving on to more affordable stuffs, this turtleneck houndstooth dress from Wetseal is a darling. But don’t really fancy the neck (it’s too hot for that here!) and I can’t think of pairing this with anything else but black leggings…

This superb dress from Marc Jacobs is much much more nicer. (Of cos the tag is, too. Boo!) But look at the puffy ruched sleeves! And the details on the chest and the hem! Really, it’s an adorable girly dress. Someone get me this! >_<

Ok alright, this may not be a dress. But this beautiful silk top from La Rok is really perfect for a lunch outing with the girlies. Once again, poet sleeves rock. And for the first time, a square neckline looks very sexy instead of dowdy. 😀

Ahh, I can’t wait for the day I’ll purchase my very first dress. Beams. But you’ll have to hold on a little longer…;)



1 Response to "Dress Crazy"

hey u noe tt pattern on e 1st black dress looks a little like e one i saw on e smocked top at the thrift store! e black one which i initially wanted to get but then e satin one was nicer..

n e last silk top rocks!

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