D&G top, skirt, and brooch. YSL heels.
The brooch actually came attached to a D&G t-shirt. It was sewn on, but there was a proper pin on the back, so I very carefully snipped it off so I could wear it elsewhere. I'm still trying to master high-waisted skirts, I think they look much better paired with a belt or something to break up the look unless there's a different-colored waistband to help that along.
These are some of my favorites from the collection:
Some parts of this collection veered too far over from tapestry and landed on couch upholstery, but this dress was just right.
I loved that the silver design was printed onto this jacket, not sewn on.
I don't think this exact skirt (dress?) ever went into production, which is a damn shame because it's one of my favorites from this collection.
Tried this bad boy on yesterday...ridiculously gorgeous. The skirt has the most beautiful print.
Finally, my lost love. I tried this one on and adored it but couldn't quite justify the cost, and now that the sale is on of course it's sold out. Alas, alas. We'll meet again someday, La Traviata dress, perhaps in fashion heaven where all the pretty things go to die.
No detail shots for this collection, unfortunately, so I can't exclaim further over the gorgeous shoes which I would have ordered yesterday had I not discovered that D&G doesn't even make shoes in my size. Brutal. Oh well, gotta have size 41 feet to support five feet and eleven inches of person, I suppose. So maybe I didn't need those insane cushioned platform heels after all. (No, I actually did. I weep, damn you D&G!)
I definitely didn't love the S/S 10 collection, though, so I doubt I'll be on the D&G train much longer. I tend to be more into specific collections than pledging allegiance to any one designer, although the Mulleavys at Rodarte have yet to let me down, and I'm never too mad at Christopher Kane. It'll certainly be interesting to see what catches my eye when the spring collections mosey onto the shelves.