Wearable Wednesday Marina Hoermanseder


A subtle buckle can add class and style to a basic shape.

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A subtle buckle can add class and style to a basic shape.

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Ok, back to normalcy- this coat is lovely!

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Hey- you in the back- sit like your Mama taught you!

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‘Don’t think about the chafing, Fiona, just get thru it’ she thought furiously.

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Well, at least she doesn’t have VPL.

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No, wait- seriously?

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From a distance the pigeons thought they saw cracker crumbs- Antonia needed 4 years of therapy to even be able to walk past a bird cage after that.

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44 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Marina Hoermanseder

  1. So many mis-matched combos here! But a theme with gauchos and fabrics that could have been used for accent pillows. That poor girl in the blue bubble with straps! I see lots of craft projects making tiny flowers to adorn little bags and hair barrettes.

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  2. Except for the blue buckled bubble, each outfit has at least one element that’s wearable – the blouse with the bloomers has a great shape and texture and I’d wear the culotte skirt (without the tiny sweater).

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  3. Interesting. I love the blue. Like the first one, but a longer skirt. Then I saw the second one. The poor girl is wearing a plastic lampshade. Then I loved the third one, blue and beige. The fourth one forgot to put her top on. The fifth and sixth looks like she is going to get a body part stuck in the fabric. The little green skirt… Is too fluffy for me. I like the beige coat. What a mix up. These were all designed by the same person? Wow!

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  4. sewbussted says:

    I think Mama also told us that a bra is not a top 😉
    For some reason, those smocked shorts are reminding me of Little Bow Peep!!!

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  5. There’s a How-To article in BurdaStyle’s August issue on how to get that 3D shorts fabric happening for yourself at home! Examples include Chanel, no less. I’m tempted to try it! haha!

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  6. splendidcakes says:

    Poor model in blue plastic bubble… hugs 😦 And is it my imagination or are these models more starved than usual? More 😦

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  7. Oh yes, the lime green diaper pants and the beige Cherios jacket. What a great selection. I like the first blue and white ensemble though and it is a nice way to use a buckle.

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  8. O.M.G. Want to bet those puffy shorts shrink into a teeny tiny doll short once she takes them off? Seems tops like that were all the rage a few years back…for a hot second.

    Good grief. I wonder if models ever go to a fitting and just say “HELL NO”! Seems like a wise choice here.

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  9. Ooh, such pretty blues in this collection! The belt on the sweater is a great modern interpretation of those fantastic vintage sweater guards! And Rosie the Robot enjoying the confidence afforded to her by the addition of all those belts. I won’t be a house maid for long you Jetsons!

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