Thursday, February 11, 2010

This Pure Girl Moment Brought To You By Marchesa

Most of the 2010 Emmy gowns really caught my attention this year. One designer that I am never disappointed by is Marchesa. The designer has the most beautiful gowns I have ever seen. All designers have a few "out there" dresses you could never wear in real life but most of Marchesa's are feminine and have soft lines without being too over the top. Give yourself a "girly break" and check out a few pics of some of the gowns I've collected from the Marchesa Resort 2010 and Fall 2009 collection. You can find these and much more on the Marchesa website.

This dress actually reminds me of fancy pajamas you would see on ladies from a show like Madmen, which is set in the 60's. Even just dutifully cooking breakfast in the morning, the ladies always looking stunning for their husbands. I look more like a disheveled mountain goat when I pour my morning coffee. Thank god for the feminist movement!

Love the intricate pattern on this little number. Very eye-catching.

I first saw this gorgeous gown on Ms Selena Gomez at the 2010 Emmy Awards. Floor-length and a sweet heart neckline makes this dress impossible to ignore. I love a gown that makes it easy in the jewelry department too. With the jeweled neckline you don't need to think about what necklace to wear. If I was wearing this gown I don't think I would ever stop twirling in circles!

Breath taking Selena Gomez at the Emmy 2010 Awards in the Marchesa gown.

If you've got the legs show'em!

I think this dress does all the talking for itself. Like wearing a cloud.

If you had the dough to spend on the best designer duds would you? It would sure be hard to resist!


Veggie Rebel said...

Love the dresses! Especially the wispy, romantic ones. Reminds me of my bedroom make-over lol - since I just hung my canopy back up! I'm glad you liked my blog - and I'm now one of your followers!

recklessbliss said...

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