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So, I was all set and ready to do a post on the Met Ball and then I thought to myself..."Hey self, anyone who will be checking your blog has already seen the pictures (if you haven't *gasp* click here)."
Anyways, I have just a few comments for the night. I wasn't completely blown away by any one look I am sad to say. I was most amazed by the spectrum of looks that appeared, from Alexa Chung's suit (a fave of mine) to an assortment of rather princess-y ballgowns.
However I must say, there was an abundance of chic and fab and glam and gorgeousness. My personal favorites were Zoe Saldana, Camilla Belle, Stella McCartney, Kate Hudson, Chanel Iman (only she could pull off a shimmer gold deep V-necked harem pant jump suit, kudos girl), Taylor Swift, Katy Perry for having the guts to wear a light up dress. I could go on but I should probably keep my less polite comments to myself. :P

Moving on, I'm going to take the time now to answer the Q&A questions I got.

1)If you could have one piece from any collection of any designer, what piece would it be, and from what collection + designer?

Good question. I feel like there are a million questions for this answer but truthfully I'd have to say a pair of the outrageous shoes from McQueen's last Spring '10 collection. I would never wear them (ok maybe I'd try them on) but I would display them as an art piece.

2) What do you want to do when you "grow up"?

This is a bit of a multi-layered answer, due to my habit of collecting goals. First step in growing up would be to compete as a world-competitive ice dancer, work as a professional dancer, and attend Design/Fashion school. I think my ultimate grown up goal is to work in the fashion industry in someway and coach figure skating. At some point I want to travel the world and have a family too, so I'll just see how it all falls together. :)

3) This isn't from the Q&A post but I had a few people asking if the LV Wedges from my previous post were mine.

Yes they are and I acquired them by the luckiest bit of fate. My friend's family moved and her mom decided to downsize her shoe collection. This pair happened to fit and I was able to snag this pair from the give-away bag before my friends saw them.

Lookie here this post has absolutely no pictures or pretty things for you to look at!
I am incredibly sorry, my schedule has zapped most my free time and energy lately, I promise better content in the coming days!

13 comments:

coolboy said...

a lovely post i like it its very interesting

Meg said...

alexa chung looked fab, but i also loved anne hathaway.

Tights Lover said...

Great photos. Loved the Q&A!

Jade "Purple" Brown said...

great answers, i would love a pair of Alexander Mcqueen shoes too!

-J"P"B

jessica said...

chanel iman DID look amazing.
and i think diane kruger looked gorgeous too.
dree hemingway as well.

kittycat said...

love the post! your ultimate grown up goal sounds lovely

la petite fashionista said...

i'm the same-- always coming up with new life plans for myself. scarily enough i'll have to put some into action next yr when i graduate from college! :)

Sophie said...

i like your post(:

Nathalie Maggiori said...

An ice dancer? Wow, that sounds amazing! :-)

Kendr▲ said...

I want to see your post on the met ball so ill back for more :)

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Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Lucky you to snag those LVs! :) I agree that the McQueen shoes could be fab "art" pieces.

Dylana Suarez said...

Lovely learning a little more about you!

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fhen said...

iceskating and fashion is an interesting combination!
i used to take figure skating lesson to but have to stop cause im moving overseas

xoxo