I dig the second one. But all 5'2" of me would get swallowed in the length.
It's true, right? I mean, it sometimes depends on the clothes, but like, that first one--how long is it? Maybe it's a top, not a dress? Who knows?!
Is it just me or would #2 fit the bill for the $13k Bride? Raw edges, not white, bohemian (ish).... I don't know I think that would be great.
it doesn't match the two she liked AT ALL
Right. Being that they are $13k couture dresses, I don't think she's going to get that... but based on her description does this not fit?
probably i should pack up flippy the pink cameraphone and a flask and live-tweet a trip to the allsaints near our apartment.
There was this dress I was coveting for our my bachelorette party (since our wedding was outdoorsy/camp-themed), but it was so expensive. For our wedding I mostly just drooled over new stuff and then wore things I already owned (aside from my dress).
i hope you're wearing your dress right now, hillary. that thing is epic.
Thanks. I need to get it hemmed so I can wear it every anniversary (so long as I'm not fat or extra preggo).
All Saints dresses are usually better in picture than in practice - their complicated straps/draping mean I can't count the times I've tied myself in knots in their changing rooms just trying to get their dresses on/off...
Yeah, the second one has major potential, but it's all about whether it ends up being flowy-unstructured-interesting or flowy-unstructured maternity sack when it's on the body.
Mmmm number one has so much potential - but yeah, it's difficult to figure out how that hemline will fall without a model.