Normally, safari isn't my style, but I liked what Balmain was doing with pleats. This was one of many Paris shows to heavily use army green.
Shocker, I like this sporty top. Who am I? It stands out because it's paired with such a soft skirt. How can I incorporate this style idea into my wardrobe? (Nicole Miller)
Jean Paul Gaultier and I have something in common: Anglomania. No surprise that costume-loving, science fiction nerd me would love his Brits in space show. I do need a monochromatic Union Jack skirt and a zipper expanding maxi.
Monique Lhuillier pulled the dress on the left out of my dreams. The dress on the right is also from my dreams, but would never fit my hips.
Most of 3.1 Phillip Lim's show was terrible. He should have stuck with the fun knits. The flowing pants are also amazing. I may already own everything to copy the outfit on the right.
The burgundy dress by Araks would never work on my figure, but I like how the sheer interacts with the shiny. The other two are totally me.
The Carolina Herrera dress on the right is just fine. The one on the left is style like a Star Trek extra. I'd wear it with teal shoes and eggplant tights.
Oscar de la Renta made me a ruffled leather business suit. For weekends, a snuggly sweater. For never, that hair.
Not sure if I'm completely smitten with the ZAC Zac Posen looks (designers, name your sublines better), or if I just really want the model's hair. The left appeals to my quiet inner punk, and the right is a great styling suggestion for the five purple dresses I own.
Tracy Reese, normally a designer of cute and quirky, went dark and a little spacial this season. My bad moods need a wardrobe too.
These looks from John Galliano remind me of patterns and stains in rocks. Love the textures. Love.
Perhaps it was the soft pink and grey color scheme, but this simple poncho and amazing thigh high boots have me. (Ralph Lauren)
I like big hips and I cannot lie. (Simone Rocha)
Yes, these Thom Browne ensembles are insane. And I would wear the heck out of them, much to my boss's chagrin.
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