Tuesday, March 10, 2009

What I Wore: Texture II (Black and Gold)

Leather Jacket: Mason
Short-sleeve sweater (underneath jacket): Club Monaco
Skirt: Oscar de la Renta
Croc Boots: Dior

When following a simple silhouette, I like to vary the textures of the garments I choose to complicate what initially appears simple.

A close up of the boots:


Amol said...

You astound me yet again. How you do it I don't know. The leather jacket has a bit of a biker or rougher element which I'm sure you're aware of as in. The skirt I love because of color design print and texture. And love the boots. Oh and as I mentioned before of personalizing the army style jacket, I thought of putting symbols and flags of countries I've worn it to. Does that sound like a good idea or is that kind of played out or done out before?

Thumbelina Fashionista said...

Amol--Thanks--it's great getting compliments! :) As for the army jacket--it's true it's been done before. BUT I think it depends on HOW you do it. (Frankly, there's nothing new under the sun.) What about sewing them along the front in parallel or slanted lines to mimic a lapel or a suit jacket? Along the bottom as a trim? Or down the middle as a stripe on the arms?

Amol said...

Those are great ideas. I was thinking in a line along the back one or two covering the thread bare spot that exists. That way it isn't so haphazard looking and helps with the problem there.

Nini Nguyen said...

Hi Thumbelina-
You look so great. I used to work for Oscar de la Renta for a while and really appreciated all the haute couture work he done. I love your skirt a lot. I think the bright yellow small platform is a little boring but I think it's great to have. :)

WendyB said...

Cute little jacket!

Diabolina Da Fashionista said...

love that skirt. would love it with a crisp white button down, flipped up collar and your ysl platform tribute sandals. delish.

Anonymous said...

I can't get over the beauty of de ODLR skirt; paired with the Dior boots, you've created magic. The biker jacket roughens up such a clean look, which I like. Kudos.