Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Glisten and learn

Dress: Ariella, NYC;
Printed scarf: thrifted;
Shoes: Zigi Soho;
Carpet saddle bag: thrifted.
Photos by me.
How I've worn this dress before: here.

The little field is growing again! The park maintenance people pulled all the crops last month, and now the little stalks are creeping back up at about 1 1/2 feet high. I saw them and felt a little surge of joy, like I was watching children grow up or something. I'm such a total sap sometimes, and over little things like growing vegetation.

Here's what I wore to trivia Tuesday night.  I will probably find a way to wear this dress at least once a week, which is what I did last summer. It's incredibly lightweight, which means I can sweat (ahem, I mean, glisten) as much as possible and still not appear totally sloppy. And the color is so pretty and customizable for accessories. I really love how vibrant the colors in these photos turned out, too.

Happy Wednesday!


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11 comments:

  1. That dress is really flattering especially the color!

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  2. Ahhh, purple and red - one of my favorite combos!

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  3. Glisten, I will have to borrow that one!

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  4. glistening is definitely a better term than sweating :P
    you look lovely in purple!

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  5. I love that the dress is lacy. I couldn't tell that detail from far away but love!

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  6. ooh great outfit! you look gorgeous in that plum color, and i love how you added the red accents. ~joelle

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  7. People don't wear purple enough - such a pretty dress on you.

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  8. You look gorgeous. The color and the lacey look suits you well...

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  9. First of all, you look stunning in purple! Second, I LOVE that sunflower pic, and your purse and scarf are so chic! XOXO, Natalya

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  10. yes, we are southern, we definitely glisten. ;) although, in this heat, i am definitely crossing the line into sweating. holy crapola! love this dress on you - so flattering shape-wise and of course the color is gorge.

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