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2.08.2013

Valentine's Date Outfit: Part Two


Earlier this week, I wore an untraditional Valentine's Day date look - an outfit just a little on the edgy side. Today, we are all about the high-glamour va-va-voom. Need a sure-fire method to get his pulse racing? Enter: the vibrant, plunging, dramatic gown. A wrap waist and v-neck are incredibly figure friendly, and you can't go wrong with notice-me red on Valentine's Day! But if you wanted, say, longer sleeves, or maybe a different color? No worries! This dress is by Bow & Drape, which means you can customize it. It's a cool concept, and it means you'll be the only one wearing your original look. Maybe we're back to untraditional, after all. 

If this gown is too much drama, but you still want something Valentine-y, check out my pal Scorpion Disco in her pretty peplum! See my first look in the Valentine Post Series here, and see all of my Valentine's Day looks on Racked Boston



DRESS: The Diane Maxi on loan from Bow & Drape SHOES: Kate Spade JEWELRY: On loan from Sophie Hughes MAKEUP: Elena Kucerova PHOTOGRAPHY: Silvergrain Photography LOCATION: Town Stove and Spirits 

8 comments:

  1. how cute are you? i thought the wrap dress was dvf for sure! amazing valentine look!

    xo
    sami

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    1. Not DVF! B&D! And the material is SUCH a beautiful silk...

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  2. this is a more glam look tan your first and both look fab! love your necklace in these shots!

    www.insparisian.com

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    1. Sophie makes a mean necklace, that is for sure!

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  3. You look hot to trot GIRL! Love this look!

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    1. Thanks - I never wanted to take this dress off.

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  4. GORGEOUS! Love that you can customize it! And it looks so comfortable for a gown-- true??

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  5. girl you look fabulous! that dress is to die for :)

    brittany
    come say hello MOCCASIN RUN

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