Friday, August 14, 2009

Below the Knee

Here are those amazingly versatile Modern Vintage boots again, this time making an appearance with the cuffs folded to just below the knee. With the cuffs at this height, they stick out a little further and give the boots a pirate-like look, as opposed to when I wear them folded further down like this. I know it's tough to tell from the photos, but in person the effect is much more noticeable.

While we're on the subject of versatility, this little dress turned out to have far more of it than I ever imagined it would. Every time I've worn it I've assumed it was the last completely original variation I could come up with and the next wearing would have to be a repeat of a previous one, but so far it hasn't happened yet. For a retrospective on the ways I've styled this dress so far, check out the photos below.

Which outfit is your favorite?

Scarf: Duke et Duchess
Shirt: H&M
Dress: Orla Kiely
Boots: Modern Vintage











9 comments:

Sheila said...

I like them all, but in particular, today's, the one with the polka dot scarf/grey tights and the mod one with the white boots.

Karen said...

Number four! Because the addition of yellow and blue just does so much.

Lemondrop Marie said...

Love #2 in small scale pics, the creamy stripe against the grey tights and black boots- fun!

Diana said...

I love this dress! It's hard to pick one favorite way of wearing it - I like them all!

Lesa said...

i love today and the one with the turquoise scarf!

Nadine said...

My fave is the blue beret/white boots look because it is SO '60s air hostess'. Second fave is the black boots/grey tights outfit - I really like the addition of grey to the red-black-white combo.

Lorena said...

The polka dot! But, it was hard to chose.... I love how you look so happy in your pics :)

Eyeliah SS said...

I think my fav is with the blue and yellow. Note that this dress also shows off your best pose in a few shots!

Alli said...

Love them all... and it's fun to see how your hairstyle has changed since the blog began! Always fab, but just a little different each time.