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29 March, 2010

The Real Look of Michael Angel Digital Print Shirt/Dress!!

So I have piled on a lot of clothes over this Michael Angel dress shirt. Now is the time to appreciate its whole look up closer.

You know what's the problem of wearing a runway or designer clothes when there is some model or celebrity wearing it. 

Afraid of being compared......

That's right!! I hate that column in the magazine. But again, reading that provides a lot of entertainment to me, so never take it seriously. hah... 

Beauty comes differently in every eye, isn't it!!!!

Michael Angel spring 2010 collection 

Show time~~

My ODJ. 

1. Top:
  • Michael Angel shirt dress
  • Lerario Beatriz WASHED WOOL VEST
2. Bottom: BJB leather-like leggings
3. Accessory:
Designer friend, Elfi's 14K gold purple swarovski cluster necklace
HOBO International faux snake skin clutch
Erickson Beamon for Target clear cluster earrings

4. Shoes:
  • Alexander McQueen square toe satin heels  
  • Sam Edelman taupe gladiator sandals



I love the peep-out look of hot pink from the bottom of A. McQueen heels.


Today, I am not in a mood of dressing "high" at all. 
I actually wear this sandal all day of doing chores!! 

I also use safety pins to secure two side of the shirt to make that curved hem.

Hope you get lots of inspiration of reading my blog everyday!!^O^
xoxo Rachel


Festy said...

Great outfit! I like it!

litlstrawberry said...

Thanks for stopping by, Festy. Your pictures in the blog are so cool, I love them!!

Abigail said...

Funny you should mention it, but the pink heel was the first thing I noticed in that photo. And you wear it well! And remember when you compare yourself... you don't have a whole team of professional photographers and touch up artists following you around!

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

Oh gorgeous!! I love the outfit with those super cool heels more, the colored edge on them really adds to the printed dress and this tought look of faux leather leggings!

litlstrawberry said...

Hi, Abby:
Yes, you know, I actually notice my heels when I go over those pictures. I think the pink bottom sole actually highlight the dress even more... :)

heh... I guess I can only go to professional photographer if I want to make a whole album of myself to be a souvenir then. hee..

litlstrawberry said...

Exactly, Julia. I was thinking about the same thing....and that's the inspiration from their website. Model wears that black heel looks great w/ busy digital print shirt. Surprisingly, the A. McQueen heels is so match for the shirt dress. :)

Cristina said...

Hi Rachel, I love your blog.
I surely can get lot of inspiration from your outfits, even if I have a different kind of style.
I think this outfit is perfect with the high heels. The pink goes perfectly with the print of the shirt. Well done! ^.^

litlstrawberry said...

Hi, Christina:

Thanks for your compliments.

As far as the style goes, everyone is somewhat different and I am so happy to hear that you still enjoy my blog and get inspiration. ^O^

It seems that I made the excellent choice of that A. McQueen heels. :)

susanh98 said...

You wear it much better than the model :) I also do love the pink showing on the shoe makes it more stylish. The flats look comfy and cool. I like that style.

LS said...

Ahh! Sorry that i haven't been commenting for a while, I've been reading your posts, but haven't had much time to comment because of school :(.
Anyway, I love the way you wore the shirtdress, especially adding the vest and pinning the two sides at the bottom compliments your body a lot! Although the way the model wore it is cool, I think the way you wore it makes it a lot more feminine and chic :)

litlstrawberry said...

hey, thanks, Susan and LS.

Susan, I know it will be very plain to wear as model on website. Besides, She is just demonstrating the clothes not the style, I have to add it myself..and I am glad you girls all like it. That made my day!! :)

LS, I checked your blog and I like that pattern on your peasant top a lot. :)


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