The greatly awaited dress has been revealed. Modest yet gorgeous. Love the lace and the neckline. The dress is designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
And the other anticipated outfit, for me at least, was Victoria's. Designed by her, was disappointing- tres sack-like.
Can't believe I forgot to include Julia when I originally posted this. Her fashion sense has been under fire this week. She is wearing a collection of Australian designers- Anthea Crawford skirt, Carla Zampatti camisole, Aurelio Costarella jacket. You know what I don't mind this outfit, like the navy. Not really loving the jacket with the outfit but still good job Julia.
Seeing the line up for Coachella a couple of months ago made me so jealous that we don't have a similar equivalent. Plus it appears to be a star studded affair. Although not really a place of great fashion it is interesting to see what the celebrities are wearing.
Kelly Osborne: I'm always a fan of a blue polka dot dress and this is no exception. Totally cute retro outfit although the shoes and socks kind of throws the look a little. I would of paired it with some red flats.
Camilla Belle: I think this is a perfect festival outfit- simple and comfortable but still looks stylish.
Vanessa Hudgens: I'm usually a fan of her style but don't like any part of this outfit- the 90s denims, the ugly crochet top and necklace. It looks like she was trying too hard to go for that hippie carefree look. That being said the diamontees or whatever they are under her eyes are fun.
Katy Perry: This look does not fit at all at a music festival. From the neck up- cute festival vibe and then the dress kills it.
Diane Kruger: Really loving the maxi skirt right now and she rocks this on trend piece perfectly.
Statements in Fashion
Hello everyone! I'm super excited to be making my debut as an IFB Links a la Mode Editor this week. As I visited each link, I was reminded that each had the exact thing in common with the next, that Fashion is Forever Evolving.
From your Mothers fashion advice, a beauty "how to" video, or a legendary icons passing, fashion is always changing and taking form in a new shape. I am constantly thriving to acquaint myself with the "fashion unfamiliar." This weeks links did just that for me. I'm thrilled to be a new member of the IFB family and cannot wait to see everyone's posts throughout the upcoming year!
Links à la Mode: March 31st
- Color Me Blue Fashion: The Lazy Girl's Guide To Style.
- Fashioned By Love: Carmen Dell'Orefice: Living Haute Couture
- Fashables: These Shoes Called My Name
- Fumiko Kawa: Redesigned Elle Homme shirt with clean cuts
- Interrobangs Anonymous: Feminism and the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire
- Independent Fashion Bloggers: Why Fashion Bloggers Should Love Instagram
- House in Tillford: Tips and tricks for getting the best bargains at designer warehouse sales
- Makeup & Jeans: A faux bronze look and entire glamorous face in 11 steps!
- Mallory in New York: Sephora Launches The World's First Unretouched Makeup Ad!
- Mrs. Bossa: Does Pink Stink? How colour-coding gives the wrong message about girls
- Relatively Chic: 25 Ways to Help Japan Through Fashion & Art
- Statements in Fashion: Weekend Jean Lover: From Drab to Fab
- Styling You : Statement rings: Why you should wear one while drinking champagne
- Sugar & Spice: Fashion and feminism: unlikely partners?
- The Citizen Rosebud: A touching tribute to the inspiration of ICON Elizabeth Taylor
- The Loudmouth: Big mouth, bigger hair: My hair timeline.
- The Simply Luxurious life: Eric Bompard - Cashmere Heaven
- The Styling Dutchman Fashion & Finding Myself
- Tickle Me Chic: The "Plastic Surgeons of digital media"
- Those Graces: I Got It from My Momma: Style Lessons My Mom Taught Me
- T Minus T Plus: Baby Steps into Pattern Mixing
Shopbop Sunglasses: DITA, Karen Walker, Retro sun, Tom Ford, Mosley Tribes, Ray-Ban, Phillip Lim, Marc Jacobs, Carrera, & Chloe