Structural Architectural

April 1, 2012

The way a piece of garment is structured really gives its definition. A tunic with gorgeous prints but has no shape is not flattering, but a plain solid dress with an interesting cut is intriguing. This mustard dress is really simple, but the fishtail hem drapes so nicely and makes this piece much more special. Same with the shoes, from the front they look typical and boring, but once you see the architectural looking wooden heels, you might want to think twice and look again.
Mustard fishtail tank dress by Better B from my work Sway.
Vintage Chanel quilted satchel.
Thrifted vintage stripes floppy hat.
Thrifted vintage leather belt.
Architectural wooden heels by WildRose from UrbanOG.

10 comments

  1. Love the shape of the dress and shoes! So unique!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the Chanel bag and the wooden heels :)

    xx, Susann
    Fashion in Pepperland

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  3. Your outfit is absolutely stunning, such a gorgeous dress! I adore that cut!
    www.styleisalwaysfashionable.blogspot.com

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  4. this look is absolutely blissful.
    you are so adorable

    xo kaitlin
    kaitgirl

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  5. Those shoes are fantastic...and that high-low dress falls on you so perfectly.

    -Rose

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  6. lOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BAG!!! the dress is awesome!!!
    xoxo

    www.urbanikamoda.blogspot.com

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  7. those shoes are incredible and i love the color of the dress!

    Xo,
    steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

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  8. I agree, the dress is simple but very pretty, and u make it very interesting by adding the accessories. The shoe are just amazing!

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  9. OMG Love your vintage Chanel so much! Your mustard dress is so pretty too!

    Ash :o)
    ftashion

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