I <3 Shopbop for their 3 day international shipping if you spend over $100,( which, frankly, is pretty easy to do on that site), but in this instance, f#$k Shopbop.
man, JG's links from today are EVERYWHERE. that dress isn't exactly awesome.
@kat t dude she sent me a dress that was on A CUP OF JO? jeezus.
uuuuggggghhhhhhhhh as if the lady doesn't have 14,000+ followers.
ick. About what I'd expect of a brand called "Nightcap Clothing."
Shopbob-hatred aside, I like the first one better. It's like the Gatsby dress for people who actually wanna get laid on their wedding night.
Awwww the writer-inner sounds dead sweet.But for a second there I thought you were posting the dress as a suggestion and had lost the goddamned plot.C
Ha! I'm with Angela.
Didn't like it on Cup of Jo, don't like it here. But I agree with Joanna that it's more Jane Austen than F. Scott Fitzgerald.
I hate the shopbop dress, and it is neither Jane Austen or F.Scott Fitzgerald.
Both of those dresses are disgusting.I love the phrase "lost the goddamned plot."
that top dress is a fucking YAWNFEST. esb, initially i thought it was your pick, and my faith in your taste faltered.
Man, that bottom dress is a hot mess. And that top one is a boring mess. How about we just put a moratorium on Gatsby-inspired wedding apparel? That book is depressing as all hell.
@Emily Greene, you are correct. Touché.
I kinda like the bottom dress. Remember the daughter in Gosford Park ? With her beautiful sulky face, and her giant triangle of hair ? I think it would baller on her. (She's probably 95 lbs sopping wet with shoes on, though ... yet another dress best on a skinny gal)
Although I love "The Great Gatsby" as a lovely piece of literature, I agree with Kaitlyn about the really depressing nature of that book. Whatunion augers well following the mode of a book that ends on this line?"...So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past."It it truly one of the saddest lines, no?