June 2, 2010

To cut a long story short…

Filed under: Uncategorized — blindcopy @ 12:29 pm

… I love those long dresses/skirts/wide leg rompers! They look so elegant. Unfortunately I’m too tiny to wear anything like that unless I want to look like a wandering tent. Hm, maybe if the skirt was not that wide flowing. Or maybe if I’d combine it with a rather slim fitting top. I don’t know. On the other hand: I also thought that boyfriend jeans would look hilarious on tiny women like me – and I’ve now seen so many women looking rather cute in them. So maybe I’ll give it a try if I come across a suitable long skirt.

I saw the Chloe Fall 2010 designs first before I went on searching for more long skirt styles. Don’t they look fabulous? They have such a 1920s vibe to them.

Oh, and aren't these little bags by Chloe simply adorable?

(All four images taken from Chloe.)

The following images I found on Vanessa Jackman‘s fantastic blog – one of my favourite (if not my favourite) street style blogs.

(Following images courtesy of Vanessa Jackman.)



  1. Oh, these designs look so great! But honestly, I think even the models have been elongated in these pictures and the woman in the middle picture does look a bit like a (if attractive and well dressed) tent, no? And the lady in the last picture is long and lean. But #1 gives me hope that we ‘small people’ could wear the look, too.

    Comment by Sabine — June 4, 2010 @ 1:18 am

  2. Love the Chloe designs. Long skirts are always so elegant and beautiful.

    Comment by The Minx — June 6, 2010 @ 12:36 am

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