Wednesday, April 8, 2015

I Don't Have A Thing To Wear......+ GIVEAWAY



& at one moment in time I might well have worn this,

by Manish Arora, SS '15
an Indian designer hq'ed in New Dehli...

you can find this skirt here, + many of his other designs
(this is not directing you to this site because I make money
by clicks, only for your information).

all of his designs look like costumes for Katy Perry,
but they are beautiful to dream about for a few minutes.

or we could try to look a little bit like this
true American fashion icon,
Olivia Palermo
in NYC




wearing culottes & a navy blazer

or this beautiful interpretation of black & white

or this, the beautiful, alluring, Italian fashion icon, Giovanna Battaglia


wearing posies & zebra, a combination considered "high high fashion" these days,
the muse of Dolce & Gabbana,
& a true European style icon, in my opinion



SPLENDEROSA 
SPRING GIVEAWAY

FN101464 C#1

darling canvas clutch
"DOVEY"

see previous post for all the specifications

to enter, leave a comment, 
be a follower

All-American Style


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18 comments:

  1. Bonjour chère Marsha,

    Une sublime publication... Deux jupes tellement différentes et si belles à la fois.
    J'adore les petits oiseaux qui feraient frémir mon ami Léo le toucan sur cette adorable trousse. Je craque pour elle !!

    ❀ ✺ Gros bisous ✺ ❀

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  2. Marsha, those definitely are two perfect outfits - for the right person at the right time. Myself, the classic with an edge, would love Olivia's pieces, especially this spring when I've fallen for navy all over again!

    What a fabulous little bag to have a chance to win - so generous of you! Being a 'bird lover' of huge proportions (they eat better than us around here!), this would be a favorite. Please, please toss my name into the hat - I'd love a chance to win. Thanks so much.

    Have a great day - Mary

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  3. I love this little clutch. I am a follower of your beautiful blog. chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  4. The skirt is like fairy tale confection!! I don't think that was ever my style, but I frequently wish it was!! Darling clutch. So perfect for a summer evening! I'd adore to win it!
    Enjoy your week!
    xx~J

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  5. What a luxe skirt, and the softer colors are so warm and comfortable.

    And I love the little birdie bag, would be thrilled to have it in my closet.

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  6. Ah, Olivia can do no wrong when it comes to fashion. I'm such a sucker for blue blazers, I love her outfit.

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  7. Please count me in. It's so pretty!

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  8. Lovely clutch. Great accessory for spring.

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  9. Yes, I am an ardent follower and admirer...great birdie clutch...a 'must have'!

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  10. No one in Washington has that clutch. I would feel very chic carrying that birdie baby!
    How gracious are you, Marsha Splenderosa!
    ~Lynne
    w/L

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  11. Love Olivia's culottes, super stylish!

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  12. Would love to have this great little clutch......how perfect for spring/summer.
    I am a follower of your blog and always look forward to a new post.......and
    P.S.....love the music, great great touch. I could just relax, read your blog and get lost in the music.
    Many thanks, Warmly, Carol from Chicago

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  13. Love the little bird clutch - it would be perfect for my niece's upcoming birthday!!!

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  14. The skirt in the first image is like a work of art - so beautiful and Olivia Palermo always looks perfect…happy weekend, sweet friend!!

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  15. The clutch is cute! I follow on google +. Thanks.

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  16. Marsha, your posts always make me want to either get dressed up or go shopping. Your blog is my addiction. Love it. Thank you.

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  17. So many beautiful things to look at. A feast for the eyes. I adore your little clutch.

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  18. I love, love, this clutch. Please count me in!
    faithboggio@gmail.com

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Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, each of them mean so much to me. After all, the interaction is the reason we blog. xx's