Ribbon Rabbit

These pictures are a little overdue, because I wore this little number on Easter. I just fell head over heels (almost literally) when I first saw the red bow on the back. I knew I had to take it home. It came with the puffy sleeves and a funky 80s pattern. The dress is just a tad tight on me, so I kept getting creases all over it whenever I moved. Ironing is a pain, so I’m just going to have to make creases a trend.

These photos are epileptic. I edited these all in one sitting even though it seems like I didn’t. I couldn’t bring myself to decide on one style, so I just put all of these up. Why not? It is a colorful outfit after all.

I have one last final exam to take this weekend, then I’m off to my summer break! Hello undivided work attention… you’re no fun.

What I Wore: DIY bow clip (paper mache) – vintage dress – Chanel shoes

Comments

  1. says

    What a cute dress, Rachel! I vowed never to wear 80’s clothes, I’m sort of taking that back now with some of the stuff I’ve been wearing! BUT…I WILL NEVER wear SHOULDER PADS! YUCK! Plus, I’d look like a football player anyways with shoulder pads, I have pretty wide shoulders as it is.
    Natasha
    A Modest Fashion Blog:
    http://www.natashaatkerson.blogspot.com

  2. Holly says

    Wow, this is stunning!! What a gorgeous dress! Your photos are lovely too, very pretty, made this a favourite! x

  3. says

    ahh how did you deal with that slit going up the back!?? I had a slit on a skirt once (didn’t know it was going to be on it when I ordered it) and I felt so uncomfortable in it and sold it right away because of it. You rock 80s clothes a lot. It’s cute. you look beautiful as always.

  4. Mels says

    i love this dress a lot. you pull it off so well too. most older dresses like that…people just can’t look a good as this.

  5. says

    This look is so lovely- perfect for any Sunday not just Easter. I love the sweet and happy print and that ’40’s cut is so flattering and fun. Lovely!

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