The Long Black Dress

October 22, 2010

Dress – vintage, Belt – borrowed from my sister (the designer is called Ayelet Shachar), Shoes – Seychelles, Purse – vintage Bally

TGIF! I really need this weekend to rewind. So happy it is finally here! First, I want to share with you what I wore this past Saturday when I attended the Green Initiative Humanitarian Fashion Show at Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles. I was there to cover the shows for The Fashion Spot, and it was a very festive environment. I love it when clothing can be both chic and good for the environment. Sustainable dressing is something I have always supported and have grown to embrace even more ever since I started the blog. I debuted my Seychelles heels that I scored on Ebay last week. They are somewhere in-between a Mary-Jane heel and a platform clog. A cool hybrid that is super comfortable. And this dress is my new love. Sheer, flowing, and long. A complete closet staple.

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Long and Short

October 19, 2010

This editorial from UK Vogue October 2010 featuring Lily Donaldson is one of my favorites because it is so darn wearable. Not too mention that the soft lighting and effortless grace of Donaldson’s modeling ways are particularly pretty. As you all know, I have a soft spot for skirts this season, both long and short, and this editorial shows you exactly how I want to be wearing them. From glitzy sequins to utilitarian leather, skirts are making a statement in all sorts of fabrics. Get excited for it.

The thunder woke and freaked me out this morning, and it’s been raining on and off. This is unusual October weather for me. How is the weather in your neck of the woods?

Pictures from The Fashion Spot

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Alexa Tee

October 18, 2010

Playing around with my camera in my Alexa Tee, illustrated by the wonderful Lacee Swan. Lacee is a Brooklyn, New York-based artist. Check out her website here! If you like this tee, you can order it here, where you can also get tees with her illustrations of other style icons/models like Daisy Lowe, Dree Hemingway, and Karlie Kloss. I chose Alexa because I adore her so much! Now when I need a little Chung inspiration, all I have to do is throw on this shirt and I’m good to go! Sweet 🙂

The weather is supposed to be dreary and gray this entire week. Not good for taking outfit pictures, but I will see what I can do. At least I still have some shots from this past weekend to update the blog with. You shall see later. In the meantime, say hello to another Manic Monday. Crazy how they keep coming and going like jet planes or a cheetah running across an African savannah.

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