When I was a little girl, I never fantasized about my wedding and even as an adult, I have mostly had little to no interest in marriage and find most wedding attire to be bland at best, revolting at worst. So imagine my surprise when I laid my eyes on these pages and honestly thought to myself “These are my dream wedding looks!”.
Because of that, I would like to share a few of them with all of you, my readers. Perhaps there are some unconventional Brides-to-Be out there somewhere who can be inspired by these looks as well.
To see the full-size versions or a couple more of these looks, visit my flickr account.
eehhh, I hate to be mean but I think it’s clear to see who WASN’T the Belle of the Ball. Meanwhile, Marchesa Designer Georgina Chapman (in the pink), looked absolutely amazing.
I’ve decided to crown a ‘Queen of Trashionista’ for 2006. Here are my nominations for the ultimate in Hobo Chic:
1. Cobrasnake Cutie, Cory Kennedy
2. Mini Mega-Mogul, Mary Kate Olsen
3. Celluloid Darling, Chloe Sevigny
4. Alt. Model, Audrey Kitching
Cast your vote here or nominate someone that I didn’t think of! They don’t have to be famous or well-known, they just have to be able to rock the Nouveau-Grunge style like nobodies business!!!!
I wish I could think of some ethnic girls to nominate. *sigh*
Everyone looked great, especially the designers. My idol Chloe Sevigny was there. Christina Milian and Carmen Electra showed up wearing nearly identical outfits (from the collection). Yikes! Already I don’t want that shirt because obviously everyone and their brother is going to have it.
I still don’t have a formal opinion of the clothes. I’ll have to look at them more, in the flesh, when they arrive at H&M on November 9th.
As far as the clothes, this is my favorite look from the collection. I really, really like the skirt:
…and here are some others:
With a background in fashion journalism, cosmetics, and PR, Stella Kae utilized her diverse skillset to create Trashionista.net in February 2006 -- To date, Trashionista.net reaches over 1 million unique readers in over 148 countries and was one of the first fashion blogs to be officially invited inside the tents at fashion week.
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