Before I begin talking about Luella's Spring 2009 Ready-to-Wear Collection, I think we should review 2008s.
The 2008 collection was absolutely brilliant. Every ensemble on every model was planned out flawlessly with each piece. The hair and the makeup was a great touch and I love how they incorporated the bats. The whole look was so punkish chic - leather meets florals. I adore it. I went through the whole slideshow, and here are my favorite looks:
Remember - these are just the looks I love the most.
The 2009 collection was a little disappointing. Don't get me wrong, it was still amazing, but I was excepting so much more based on Spring 2008. I did not love the majority of the pieces in this collection, but the few outfits I did love were exquisite, even better than 2008.
Do you agree or not? Check out the poll on my sidebar.
Posted by Julia at 8:05:00 AM
As much as I love my colorful and playful pictures, they can make me dizzy. I think I need a break. For the next few posts, I will be blurring my face opposed to using funny shapes and trying out Poladroid.net.
I want to try out many new things and see what you guys like best (I will have a poll on my blog soon).
I want my blog to improve. Any suggestions will help.
I am also going to put some new music on. And any layout suggestions are welcome.
And here is a polyvore I recently made:
Sailor - by jujie on Polyvore.com
Posted by Julia at 7:09:00 PM
Posted by Julia at 5:11:00 PM
Everydayl (well just since Tuesday) I have been coming home from school, going straight to the backyard, and taking pictures of the outfit I wore to school that day. Here is yet another outfit.
Cardigan -Bloomingdales $100
Dress - H&M $20
Tights - Free People $37 (yes, I understand they are almost identical to the socks)
Head Band - Urban Outfitters $20 (same one as the one in my other post, Little Miss Flower Girl)
Cowboy Boots - Flea market $30 (these are not the same ones as my post Crochet Socks & Silly Frocks, these are darker brown)
Yes. The shirt is my dad's - he gets all the credit. Here is, again, my outfit from today.
Shirt (worn as dress) - Dad's
Belt - Gap Kids
Cardigan - H&M $16
Socks - American Apparel $20 or a little over
Shoes - Alloy $15
My outfit to school today. The jacket was last minute, Dad said it would be cold.
Jacket - Aqua - Bloomingdales$60ish
Dress - Thrift Shop $3
Socks - Free People $48 (don't shoot me! I had a gift card)
Cowboy Boots - Joan & David - Mom's $700 (she saved up for them during college, they're oldie boots i guess)
Bye my 9 viewers!
Thank you Daniela of Frilly Fingertips (frillyfingertips.blogspot.com) for making me my header. Everyone should go admire because she did a beautiful job.
Posted by Julia at 2:14:00 PM
I am changing my blog. All of those flowers and the music just makes me a little dizzy. It is time for a simpler blog.
Posted by Julia at 10:47:00 AM
Posted by Julia at 4:00:00 PM
Don't you wish you could be the Fairy Princess of the Flowers? I do. Here is me out trying to take on her role.
Dress - Unknown
Pale pink vest - Calvin Klein - Thrifted
Turquoise cardigan - Sutton Studios - Bloomingdales - Around $100
Tights - Unknown
Ballet shoes - My ballet studio store
The tiara - Unknown
The pink scarf - small botique - $12
All my friends have been obsessed with Nike sneakers for a while now, but I thought Nikes would never work with my classic feminine style. As I flipped through the pages of Teen Vogue's February 2009 issue, I came across these fantastic Nikes that I could easily wear with my lacy dresses and tights. The best part... they're floral! Here they are - I hope you enjoy:
Posted by Julia at 2:46:00 PM