Check out this cool Advertisement that I found on Boingboing.com To read about the full post click on the link below.
According to the Examiner.com Zara Phillips apparent two choices for Wedding dress designers are Stewart Parvin and Paul Costello.
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There are three great fashion blogs that follow the Duchess of Cambridge style. I give these people credit because they are meticulous with there details and dedicated to sharing the information about Kate’s fashion sense.
1. Kate Middleton Style Blog – is the site to go to if you want the exact details of what Kate wore and where you can get it. The blogger also keeps track of the items that sell out and when they are in stock again.
2. What Kate Wore– This blog gives you the details on Kate’s daily fashions but also features her favorite brands and most iconic and stunning outfits so far.
3. Duchess of Cambridge Style: If your a huge fan; this site has a interactive chat to comments on Kate’s outfits.
The sale for these pieces are ending very soon, but check out the fabulous illustrations below. The artist Soicher Marin is a wonderful illustrator and these pictures are seriously chic.
“This Sarasota, Florida–based art consultant and framing studio specializes in fine art works, digitally produced using archival inks. Shop this array of vintage, one-of-a-kind prints of couture outfits from the ’60s and ’70s made by some of the world’s most iconic houses, including Balenciaga, Lanvin, Yves St. Laurent, and Givenchy. Each image is framed in basswood and features a glass overlay.” (FROM GILT.COM)
Peplum Blazers, Coats and Vests are a unique way to flaunt a ladylike silhouette even when your wearing a lot of layers to fight the cold. Check out the looks above from Peter Som and Thakoon for fall-winter 2011.
Mustard Yellow Hues– The mustard yellow is a great hue that can make you glow. This color is very vintage and very high end. Check out the looks for the Mustard Hue from The Row and Wes Gordon, Fall – Winter 2011.
Maxi Skirts and cozy Sweaters– I love the idea of a long Maxiskirt. It is a different look that can be worn multiple ways. Cozy sweaters are always a staple, and are always in for fall. Check out the looks from Max Azaria and Tracy Reese, for Fall -Winter 2011
Rust-color Coats – Last year was Camel, this year the hue is a little richer and darker. The rust color is very fall. I like this look because the color is just stunning. Check out the looks from Jill Stuart and DKNY, Fall winter 2011