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Thursday, September 22, 2011

After I wrote about fall’s color-blocking and snakeskin/print trends for the Huffington Post’s Styelist site last month, I said to myself, “Self, a trend story isn’t really a trend story without one of my awesome blogger slideshows.” I immediately started working on a snake-print and color-blocking slideshow. Luckily, I didn’t rush it because I got to photograph some stellar examples of both trends in person at the Independent Fashion Bloggers conference on September 7.  Those IFB pictures — as well as bloggers’ own photos — are in my latest Styelist post, which went live yesterday. Color-blocking Kuwaiti blogger LadyB (no relation to WendyB) got so excited about it, she lost her head, as you can see below.

The headless color-blocking woman of Kuwait.

LadyB is wearing a Topshop blazer, palazzo pants from Mango (she calls them her “latest addiction, quite perfect for our blazing hot summer”) and — hitting the snakeskin trend as well as color-blocking — a pair of yellow python pumps from Reiss. If LadyB had a head, she would say, “Go see the blogger slideshow on Stylelist right now!”

CLICK HERE TO READ MY POST ON STYLELIST.

Whenever I do one of these blogger fashion roundups, I find a couple of great people a little too late for publication. I want to share them anyway. Here is Anika of By Anika in a snake-print H&M dress that she turned into a jacket …

Click for Anika’s original post.

… and Fashion and Frank in a snake-print dress. Love the hat!

Click for original post.

And check out RosiePop’s DOUBLE snake print!

Click for RosiePop’s original post.

I keep walking by an H&M store that is promoting a snake-print dress for $14.99, so if you want to get in on the Slytherin look for a low, low price, that’s the place to go. You can see more than one H&M dress in action in the Styelist slideshow. Don’t forget to leave a nice comment on Stylelist for the slideshow participants, who are:

If you wear a snake-print or color-block outfit in the near future, send a photo of yourself to wbjewelry at hotmail dot com, because I’ll probably do some follow-up posts here. I’m still interested in mullet dresses/skirts, so hit me up with pictures of those too. In fact, a mullet post is coming soon, so make haste. You should also follow me on Twitter, because I sometimes ask for trend-story contributions there.

AND REMEMBER TO READ STYLELIST!

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15 Responses to “This Headless Woman Wants You to Read Stylelist”

  1. Mary says:

    I must be the only one who hates colour blocking. I pretty much never wear colour and if I do it’s always with black or grey. I think I’m scared, also black works. The snake print however, I love. My mum remembers the snake print jersey frock she made for me when I was in primary school but alas no photo exists. Dam.

  2. LadyB says:

    Omg, Wendy your hilarious !
    thnx for featuring me ;)

  3. Jill says:

    I love the picture of Anika working the snakeprint and leopard. Love! Thanks for the nice comment on my blog, you are hilarious and I have to work on my mingling skills. I get caught up in having deep meaningful conversations with like 2 people when I should be working the room! Must take lessons from Bella. If there is a NYC blogger meet-up let me know, I will be there. We could all go look at Daphne’s clothes (amazing) or check out the hats at the Bard Graduate Center exhibition.

  4. carly says:

    Love that snakeskin dress with the pops of orange..too damn fabulous.
    Loving the mullet look too…I have a great skirt I just posted recently..I will have to send to you:)
    Hope you had a great time at IBF conference..i SWEAR I am getting there one of these days..
    best
    C

  5. Fajr | Stylish Thought
    Twitter: stylishthought
    says:

    Anika does animal prints like nobody’s business! Though she doesn’t have a head, Lady B’s color blocking is on point.

  6. Vix says:

    I’m always a bit scared of snake print as it was so big in the 1990s and I’m wary of looking like a throwback but these ladies look GORGEOUS!
    I bought a 1960s snakeskin choker today, do you think that’ll count? x

  7. Anika
    Twitter: AnikaByAnika
    says:

    Thank you so much sweetheart,such an honor! You know I love you right? xo

  8. Megan Mae says:

    Loving all the snake-y slytherin goodness. Everyone looks sooo fabulous. I can’t wait to see more of the mullet dresses. Looking forward to your next post.

  9. brett says:

    thanks again for including me
    i sent everyone i know over to read your article!!
    brett

  10. Marian says:

    thats a lot of slithery goodness :)

    kisses
    Marian

  11. stacy says:

    That orange hat!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. GRIT & GLAMOUR
    Twitter: gritandglamour
    says:

    Thanks again for including me, Wendy! Your forecasts and predictions are always spot-on. You should be in trend forecasting and jewelry making.

  13. Jessica says:

    I’ve been more and more eager to wear colorblocked outfits all of the time. Although, true be told, I’m still a little too nervous to wear a bright on top and bottom! My most recent bright-colored adventure was to wear a pair of red pants: http://style-obsession.blogspo.....itted.html. And you know what? I love ‘em.

  14. lisa says:

    Thanks again for including me in the slideshow, lovely lady!