Last week I went to a bridal show here in Seattle, and there was a fashion
show from wedding dress designer Luly Yang. Her collection this
season was inspired by the ocean and the theme of the
bridal show was woods and nature, so she
combined the two for a beautiful show.
This unconventional dress mimics the ocean, it reminds me of seaweed. I love
the pink color and the skirt had great movement. I would
never think to wear a dress like this, but was enamored with it.
This dress was one of my favorites. I love the tulle skirt and the corset back. It was gorgeous as it flowed and moved down the runway. It is my dream princess dress.
I must have a thing for tulle because this dress was my other favorite. I love the long sleeved cotton top juxtaposed with the beautiful skirt. This is another dress I would never pick off the rack, but after seeing it in person I would definitely try it on. I really like how different it is from the standard strapless wedding gown.
Tonight is the season finale of Mad Men on AMC. Mad Men has become a cultural phenomenon that has inspired numerous trends. It has inspired people to try new drinks such as the sidecar and the classic martini, and has brought back fashion staples from the 60's like pencil skirts and sheath dresses.
Mad Men is one the most sophisticated and well written shows and I don't want to have to wait for another season to see some of my favorite characters on tv! I love the character development on the show, and I am mesmerized by the scenery and fashion. I have a special love for Joan Holloway Harris, I want all her clothes and her signature gold pencil necklace.
Don has done some unraveling this season and I am curious to see where they will take his character after this . And what is in store for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce? Will they succeed or will they go under?