Mon Petit Chou

My first thought with a brocade dress like this is usually a party--something fancy and perhaps simple (gold shoes, some sort of cardigan/shawl to keep you warm, etc). However, after numerous viewings of the Carven Fall 2012 collection I decided to style this a little more school uniform/properish. You can't see the full tulip-shape of the skirt too well because my cardigan is a bit long, but I love the way the layers downplay the luxe fabric.

Outfit details:
Seychelles heels
*pictures by Kate

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10 comments:

  1. I think it looks great - such a nice contrast to the luxe fabric with the blouse and tights :)

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  2. I love those shoes. And as always you have killer locations! http://nauticalowl.blogspot.com/

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  3. Agree. I love styling down a party dress for everyday wear. Thanks Rebecca, you look lovely as always.

    And we both went with french posts today - mine's Zou Bisou Bisou

    Sincerely,
    Joanna
    www.ModaMamaBlog.com

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  4. I love this look! The shape of that dress is perfect with the fabric. You did a great job taking a traditionally 'dressy' looking garment and making it work for everyday! Love it!

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  5. How imaginative! I have a similar dress which I might have to wear with your inspiration :)

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  7. Really like this unique "remixing" of the dress.

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  8. So adorable! I love the shoes, great outfit :) xx

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  9. Love the brocade dress! And I love the way you've styled it. You're the cutest :D

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  10. this outfit is fantastic from head to toe. i LOVE the shoes!!!

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