Thursday, 28 January 2010

Indian Silk and a Haunted Close

"Tawny Garden Dress": Anthropologie (Graduation dress....one of the more priceless things I own); Coat/Shoes/Feather Hair Clip: Urban Outfitters; Tights: Target; Cardigan: F21, Cameo: 21st Birthday gift from my daddy...bought on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence; Clutch: Vintage






Edinburgh is undeniably spooky, as these pictures clearly demonstrate. It's one of my favourite aspects of the city. Now, this "Tawny Garden Dress" you see here is my baby. Fits as though it was made specifically for me, and I love how the silk changes colours depending on the light. I also love that it's from Anthro...the only place I'd shop if money twer unlimited. On the other hand, I do adore the moccasins, which were only $10 at a street sale! It's all in the find.

In other news, the poll for Wendy's next hat experiment seems pretty close. Except for the beret....the only one who voted for it is my friend who lives in Paris. Please vote if you haven't already...though I suppose there's no rush...I allotted way too much time for that badboy.

6 comments:

papssayshi said...

this is one of my favorite outfits of yours! so classy and beautiful. i love that you sneak a little of your own flare in there with the moccasins. and i thought you should know i have that clutch in silver. figures right?

tess said...

love the color here! btw are you a student at u of edinburgh? i may study there next year, please fill me in!

Orchid Grey said...

beautiful colors and beautiful settings, my friends studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and fell in love with the whole place, jealous of your wherabouts! thanks for your comment!

Draft of Vintage said...

You look like you are right out of an Ann Radcliffe novel! god I love that dress. I think if my current (multiple) plans fall through I would be very happy to be an in-store designer for Anthropologie... also Scotland cannot come soon enough. I am researching EVERYTHING. girl we are going to have one great time.

Ugly Cute said...

i love how you mixed that dress with those shoes, i would have never thought of that-lovely!

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Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

Oh that dress is gorgeous!