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Monday, August 26, 2013

Tweet Designer Stephen Sprouse did camouflage-print designs based on screenprints by Andy Warhol in 1987 and 1988. Sprouse was famous for his use of Day-Glo colors, so if I were going to get a vintage Sprouse camo print, I’d probably go for something like this skirt. But, last week, this ’80s Sprouse on 1stdibs.com caught […]

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tweet I don’t know which I like better: this devilish vintage Moschino skirt … … or the dress version. Both are highlarious. (By the way, you can follow my highlarious fashion board on Pinterest by clicking here.)

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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Tweet In fashion, what comes around goes around …. and around and around and around. On Thursday, I read a Wall Street Journal story called “Transparent Style That’s Sheer Daring” by the lovely Christina Binkley, which was about see-through clothing being big for spring. That trend has been bubbling up for a while — I […]

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Friday, December 14, 2012

Tweet Sexy runway shows — and celebrity red-carpet choices — have convinced some people that every Versace design is scandalously flesh-baring, but, as I’ve written before, there are plenty of conservative options. I still have the sober Versace pantsuits I wore to work at Lehman Brothers between 2000 and 2005. I also have a knee-length […]

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Tweet One of the big moments of last night’s 12/12/12 Concert for Sandy Relief – for Twitter, at least — was Kanye West’s leather skirt. Peeps couldn’t stop talking about it. Yet, it was also the subject of much chatter and news coverage last year when Kanye wore what looks like the same skirt for […]

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Tweet I’m still showing off results from my continuing wardrobe therapy with designer/blogger Stacy Lomman. Outfits #8 and #9 both incorporate black skirts. The skirt for #8 came from a lightweight black Dolce & Gabbana suit; I previously wore it in a Stacy-styled outfit on election night. Fashion experts have been saying, “Split up your […]

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tweet I think this top and skirt by Yves Saint Laurent will be forever stylish. Do you agree?

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Tweet Every so often, I check out the vintage fashion listed on 1stdibs.com.  This time I felt like I’d gone shopping without spending any money. First, I noticed this tie-dyed, velvet Todd Oldham dress from the 1990s. It’s being sold by my gorgeous friend Cherie of Shrimpton Couture. After a moment, I realized why I […]

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Tweet Thanksgiving is my least favorite holiday. There’s too much food and football, and a dearth of costumes, confetti and candy dioramas. I was happy to shake things up by going to a restaurant instead of having dinner at home. So happy, in fact, that I celebrated by wearing something other than my jeans-and-t-shirt uniform. […]

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Tweet For dinner with friends on Friday, I wore homegrown vintage. I don’t think I’ve ever taken a photo of this skirt until now. Most of the clothing in this picture predates the blog, which I started in 2007. The dates below are my best guesses as to when I purchased everything. What Wendy Wore […]

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