Thursday, June 2, 2016

Memo 241: Caped Crusader With Lavish Alice

To: All
From: Me
Date: June 2, 2016
Subject: The Destination Doesn't Matter
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Photography: The Werk! Place



"But where are you going?!", they ask.
"Anywhere, I want." - Tweet This

As a chronic over-dresser, I get this question asked more times than I can count. Like, I'm going where I am. 

Deal. 

I remember watching "Breakfast at Tiffany's" at a free Movie In the Park event and being so intrigued with the fashion being displayed throughout the entire movie. I mean, Holly (Audrey) hosted a "house party" and her guests were dressed to the nines! These people were fully outfitted in sheath dresses, suits, pearl strands, gloves and hats worthy of a Sunday service. When did we get so casual?!

Sure, it requires a little work to pull it all together and everyone wants some time to just "be". However, I fantasize about the times of dressing up and not getting asked about the destination, as if that mattered.
"You should never really need a reason to dress up!" - Tweet This


Get the Look:

Lavish Alice Cape - Similar here
H&M Bra-let - Similar here
Zara Lace Pencil Skirt - Similar here
BCBG Harness - Similar here
Coach Handbag - Similar here
Charlotte Olympia Dolly Pumps - Sold here
Zara Sunglasses - No Longer Available


7 comments:

  1. Get it girl! I heard that: "I'm going where I am." You're a Game Changer, for sure. #CelebrateLife

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  2. This is something classy and unique. I just love your style specially your tote bag. But what if I carry clutch bag with this outfit.

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  3. beautiful style,so stunning dress,bag

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  4. Holy is my spirit animal, well fashion wise. Also THIS LOOK SLAYS!!!

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  5. that's one of my favourite movies of all time! I blame our current state of casual under-dressed times to jeans and athletic wear. but those who dress well will always win.

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