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June 23, 2011
tags: , development skirt, dressing up for the theater, lincoln center, peachy chiffon, , skirt, , theater, war horse
by Sonia

When given the opportunity to get dressed up I always take it. If you ask me, people just don’t get dressed up enough anymore. Take the theater for instance; I grew up putting on my prettiest smock dresses and shiniest mary janes to go to a play or the ballet and today it’s as if jeans have become the new three piece suit. B-B-B-Boring!

Last night my Mom and I went to see War Horse in Lincoln Center (best theater I have ever seen in my entire life..epic!) and I didn’t hesitate to grab one of my favorite summery skirts that’s made up of the most luscious silk and billowy chiffon I could just spinny spin spin in it all day. Since the theater isn’t so fancy shmancy I decided to tone down my look with a casual grey sweater and a vintage clutch that’s so beat up it pretty much looks like its been through a war. I guess that’s just the runway hippie in me…heh…heh…

{ H&M sweater, Development skirt, Marni heels, vintage clutch, Tiffany’s cuff }

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Amy permalink
    June 23, 2011

    you look fantastic in these photos!

  2. Brenda Errigo permalink
    June 23, 2011

    Very Sexy, feminine- casual tones that really match up with your Flesh tones. LIKE !

  3. Robin permalink
    June 23, 2011

    I agree! In fact, I was just talking about this with my great aunt the other day in relation to holiday dinners. I think you look perfect for such an occasion. I love your skirt! So breezy and romantic!

  4. Hilary Nicole permalink
    June 23, 2011

    I love those shoes, very cute with the peach and grey tones.

    XO Hilary Nicole

  5. Absolutely Mrs. K permalink
    June 23, 2011

    love the combination of the sweater and the delicate skirt! such a feminine skirt with a very fragile color. the colors look amazing but not everybody would get away with it! too pale, but you know how to pull it off! i also love the shape you have created with the pieces! gorgeous girl

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