Posts Tagged ‘VPL’
Moustache Man said I never smile in my photos, so I hammed it up for him. If he had to choose between me smelling like ham or trash he said he’d much prefer ham.
credits: rehab empty placket shirt, vpl turtle skirt, wacoal bra, premiata pumps
I’ve always been drawn to Mary Meyer‘s graphic use of prints, especially those playing on the idea of cutouts and negative space. This tent dress is no exception and I’ve been happily jaunting in it ever since it’s come into my possession. The MM Fall 2012 collection encompasses a good mix of easy basics (a printed tee, a shift dress), mixed with more specialty pieces, my favorites include a degrade hem skater dress and window pane leggings. Her customized prints are unique, not too serious and fun to wear. Can’t you tell?
Join in the fun for a Mary Meyer Tent Dress giveaway! To enter do the following:
1) Leave a comment below with your name and email
That’s it. Easy as pie.
Entries close 24th of October and the winner will be contacted directly from the MM team. Good luck!
-A congratulations is in order to Mona who won the Mary Meyer Tent Dress giveaway! Enjoy Mona!-
credits: mary meyer tent dress, marlies dekkers bra, vpl doubly thigh highs, marni platform sandals
If anyone will appreciate that, it’ll be M.
I pulled out my VPL patella leggings because I missed them. I’m not ashamed to admit that I love them in part because of their name. These are particularly special because they’re the leggings that turned me. I was always skeptical about the bike short trend, but here I am. I’m not only more than happy to sport them, but taking very public photos in them. Sneaky V. Bartlett!
credits: jamison jones dress, t by alexander wang bra, vpl patella leggings, marni platform sandals, derek lam sunnies
Remember the bone song? The arm bone’s connected to the hip bone . . . something like that. Yeah, I never sang it as a kid. Nor did I sing the states or presidents song. Mary Bragg Bobcats rule.
Here’s the ensemble I wore to the Creatures of Comfort/VPL Fall 2010 trunk show. My old co-worker went too, but I missed her. What a tiny little city we live in!
A few weeks ago, C invited me to a girl’s shindig at her place. We were in a creative mood and made jewelry together. She had the most gorgeous chains, a perfectly weighted nickel and an awesome matte black. This is the first diy necklace that I really love and I’ve been wearing it almost everyday. So, I highly recommend getting a C in your life. They’re tons of fun to hang out with and feed you gourmet salmon dishes for dinner.