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Vera Wang Bridal Spring 2015

Vera Wang Bridal Spring 2015

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vera-wang-15Nothing beats the (fortunate) heartbreak of a married woman as a parade of gorgeous wedding gowns are shoved in her face every year, especially when she’s a fashion freak and even romantic Vera Wang gowns start having a modern edge. I had to choose mine in 2 months and as happy as I am with everything I still wish that there’d be another opportunity to wear a new, better wedding gown… like every single year. When is it going to be socially acceptable to throw a wedding themed party on your anniversary? If not I’m most possibly going to be another bride’s arch nemesis with my something lace and something white.

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Maison Rabih Kayrouz F/W 2014

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Maison Rabih Kayrouz fw2014 26For a mediterranean girl living in Canada, in other words a forever-layers dresser who is always lusting after summer or a minimal admirer with serious gold fever OR a tomboy who looks for femininity in details; Rabih Kayrouz’s fall winter 2014 collection can only be described as dreams coming true. High quality cotton, wool and jaquard dancing together in bathrobe like dresses and unencumbered shapes brought out a fetching collection with a super comfortable dress code. I’ll have all please.

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Stella McCartney F/W 2014

Stella McCartney F/W 2014

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Stella McCartney FW2014 18They’re back! One item of clothing that haunted my childhood and distorted my perception on trousers in general, the ski pants are back. And together with oversize knits, super chunky footwear (rubber+wooden soled flatform oxfords, tell me if it gets any repugnant than that) and linear tie dye; it’s like a chicified journey down the memory lane. One added bonus is the flippy zip details, giving the subtle classics the dimension and movement they deserve. The sexy factor within all these repelling? Super mini rope draped dresses that you should brace yourselves to see everywhere.

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