I’ve always liked 70’s pattern. But I may be biased, I go to the hippie school. I think it’s fun and it add a lot of character. But I do think that some of it may be a little too crazy for work. Well, my future work :-)posted about 5 years ago
Yeah, kinda weird….I love some of the patterns but I’ve been seeing it everywhere, esp. her handbags…I like it in small doses but I wish she would limit patterns to specific items, e.g., coffee mugs vs. dressesposted about 5 years ago
I think I just saw her purse carried at a shop in the Mission. It’s actually cuter in person.posted about 5 years ago
too much of a good thing can be bad. prints are tricky. if you’re not comfortable, best to leave them alone…posted almost 5 years ago
i like the prints but i don’t think i’d wear alot of her garments. stationairy, on the hand, would be nice!posted almost 5 years ago
well my dress matches my wall paper, my purse, my wallet, my coffee mug… if I stand still long enough maybe nobady will see me !!!
To be honest I love some of the prints the bags are way cute and if paired with a simple shirt & jeans. I don’t really think you can go wrong it just looks FUN.
Also, Christian Dior fall 2008 collection features lots of fun and funky prints and colors. I personally love this style! Check the web site:
Something I love, some things I would never go near. It’s not something I would buy in mass (wallpaper, bag, dress, wallet, etc.) but a few peices are cute. Actually, I loved the luggage and the makeup bags. But I’m absolutely not looking to spend quite that much.posted over 3 years ago
I love the idea and the looks of the models but I couldn’t do it. But props to anyone who can pull it off!posted over 3 years ago
I’ve never seen or heard of her designs. Some of them are cute, but I’m not too fond of her patterns. They look better on stationary/mugs.posted over 3 years ago
I do quite like them, but don’t own any. I guess the colour palette isn’t particularly ‘me’, but overall yes, I like their designs.posted over 3 years ago