Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web

Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web
(Photos from P.S. I Made This, Karla's Closet, A Glamorous Little Side Project, Luxirare and NY Mag)

Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web Proenza Schouler's fall campaign
Rihanna, Kate Bosworth and Chloe Sevigny all love Proenza Schouler. For spring, the duo focused on neon Shibori prints; for fall, Proenza is taking a decidedly more muted, feminine approach. The new fall ads—the designers' first—feature a solitary model in a pleated black skirt and a tailored, cropped wool coat. — NY Mag



Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web Karla of Karla's Closet
Karla of Karla's Closet has a flair for vintage dressing. She totters around LA in architectural heels looking ladylike and fantastic. Her signature style has caught the eye of Coach, who invited her and other bloggers to design a limited-edition series of bags! This week she pairs a vintage skirt with YSL heels. — Karla's Closet



Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web A Glamorous Little Side Project
A Glamorous Little Side Project curates an inspiring selection of photos for fashion, food, architecture and interior design. With impeccable taste, the site is a go-to for shots of creativity. Today, the blog features a selection of vintage-inspired photos from Elle UK that mark a return to a more feminine aesthetic. — A Glamorous Little Side Project



Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web Luxirare's leopard camera bag
To call Luxirare's projects DIY would be doing the incredibly creative designer a disservice—the couturier of DIY specializes in ultra-luxe, one-off fashion and food creations. Most recently, she created a custom-made leopard-printed calf hide camera bag for chic shooting. — Luxirare




Fashion Blog Report: Ladylike Dressing Takes Over the Web P.S. I Made This' peplum skirt
This week, the uber talented Erika Domesek of P.S.-I Made This takes on the resurgence of ladylike dressing by turning old curtains and safety pins into a Mad Men–inspired peplum skirt. She also fashions a bag from a lunchbox and turns toy soldiers into an awesome turquiose necklace! — P.S. I Made This





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