Wearable Wednesday Zac Posen


I’ve never figured out what Resort Wear means exactly-

Maybe it’s what you wear when you have a kidney stone?

This is screaming ‘praying mantis launching from a cocoon-Be your own hood ornament-I think this is Florence Welch at CanneA Binoche at Canne-An Senator Organna at Canne-If I just float thru the cafeteria at work in this- will it seem excessive for bbq bar day?Liesl, the angry debutanteOh Zac- you have me a trench coat!!Photo credits: Vogue.com

27 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Zac Posen

  1. Judith Morgan says:

    Odd…when the cloths are almost wearable, the comments aren’t quite so funny…but I liked the hood ornament.

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  2. Jehanne says:

    That second dress looks quite lovely and feminine. The model does not fill it out very well, though. I used to wear things like that back in the day when I was a long hired young woman. I would love to see some pretty come back to clothes.
    They must have used a serious push up bra for the model in those low cut prom dresses because she really does not do justice to the bodice in that pretty flowered one.
    The others garments seem pretty unremarkable.

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  3. After I got over the gorgeous fabrics and realising the designs are pretty much wearable, sort of, I noticed S.H.O.E.S.
    Looked like something I wish I could find at DSW—basic design & comfy heel height—provided I didn’t trip over the pointy toes.

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  4. Resort wear is a line of summery clothes that come out in December for those in northern climes who are vacationing in hotter climes, or resorts (don’t we all?). I worked at Leohmann’s decades ago.

    The dark purple/burgundy fabric is so yummy.

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  5. Emily says:

    Nah – the whole resort wear definition thing enlightened me… That Liesl dress in pale blue looks like they actually Tried to make the bodice fit so that taller people could look down and see her belly button. I’d be mad too. I hope they gave her pretty undies…

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