July 5, 2012

Trés Chic


On the Castelbajac event a journalist walked up to me, and asked to take my picture for a fashion column. Playing it cool, and concealing my excitement under a "oh-well-it-happens-to-me-all-the-time"-implying "OK" I posed for my photo. A week later, the photo was posted at the Art section of Haaretz Newspaper [aka, one of the eminent publications in Israel] 


Photo source: Online version of Haaretz

What I was wearing?

A top from H&M, a skirt of my own design, flats from News, glasses by Marc Jacobs, and a headband from H&M. 

10 comments:

  1. I love the skirt, both the cut & pretty bright yellow - you've got skills! & how exciting !

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    1. Morgan,

      Thank you so much for the feedback! I really appreciate your comment.
      The waist was actually inspired by a pair of pants from the 80's that I saw in one of my mom's old magazines. [:

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  2. Hi Juliette, thanks so much for your response to my comment on IFB, I'm so glad that others feel the same and even happier to have come to your blog. I love your "Turn off the TV" and will definitely be back for more - nice to digitally meet you!

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    1. Dear Miss ED,

      Thank you so much for contacting me! I'm very excited that you like the design, and I hope you would also enjoy my upcoming posts [: It's nice to meet you too!

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  3. Whoa, congrats! Love the skirt!

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  4. I love this outfit! Great skirt, so cool that you made that!
    -Maya
    http://www.thestylishambition.blogspot.com

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  5. Ok.... that's pretty cool. And your outfit is adorable! No wonder you were stopped in your tracks! And I LOVE that you made your skirt. There's no way on earth I could have done that. Trust me. ; )

    Emily
    www.EmilyJeffords.com

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    1. Thank you so much, Emily!
      I definitely couldn't have made these tiny watercolor landscapes you've done [;

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