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April 12, 2010

A little Monday Dior

Here is some inspired fashion to start your week off. Be inspired, get creative and have a little 18th century flair in your wardrobe this week. Why not?



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13 comments
Lynette said...

Love the one inspired by the riding habit. The red jacket is to die for!

Victoria said...

Thanks for posting these! They're gorgeous! I especially love the first one, such beautiful tailoring!

amy said...

you know the light blue jacket Kirsten Dunst wears in Marie Antoinette at the beginning when she is traveling to France? I WANT one of those. I have a Victorian walking jacket in brown tweed-y that I acquired through mysterious circumstances and I love wearing it with jeans.
I especially love the first image with the gray plaid skirt and jacket.

Thanks!

La Petite Plume said...

Your Majesty,

I just love love love this post! Gorgeous outfits. I wish we could still dress like this and not worry about others laughing at us:)) thanks for sharing!

Royal wishes,
Daisy

Tulip said...

Oh, that's hot!

Charleybrown said...

Ooh la la, c'est très chic!! I like!

Rosemary said...

gorgeous! was just in nyc this past Saturday and Dior was in Saks windows. Amazing!!

Paul Miller said...

Love them all, especially the riding habit.

Tulip said...

@Paul Miller: I really want a Dior riding habit, an Arabian horse, and an English countryside steeplechase. That would be heaven.

Lauren said...

@Tulip @Paul Miller I want all of those things too, but I would start with the Dior frock

Tulip said...

Do you know, I think I could rock No. 2 (upper right). Now, if I could just afford it....

Paul Miller said...

@Tulip: If I win the lottery, my perpetual fantasy, I will buy the gorgeous country house you can use as the setting for your own idyllic fantasy. I'm thinking really authentic [pricey] weekend parties, with numerous chances to tear pheasants al fresco and gather round, by candlelight, to whisper cattily while someones awkward and wealthy daughter plunks away at the spinet, having her pages turned by an Italian bounder with a title but no cash. Sound good? I thought so.

Tulip said...

@Paul Miller, I'm grateful for your fantasy! lol, it sounds amazing.

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