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Old 14th December 2009   #1
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Default Barbara at the Bon-Ton

Barbara Brickner had a great campaign last year at the Bon-Ton, so I thought I'd visit the site again today, and sure enough, she appears in numerous fall/winter sweater images. When they're posted, the quality is only so-so, but if you visit the linked product pages and use the zoom feature, you can see them much clearer.

A cozy sweater:

Lovely colours:

I like the ruffled look of this cardigan:

Silk! o

The Bon-Ton has a number of these sweater/scarf images. It's obviously a look of the season. The rust colour looks good on the model, while this teal sweater emphasizes her buxom curves.

The other main look that the Bon-Ton is promoting is this layered style:

More layered looks:

I've never been thrilled about this neck style, but Barbara makes everything look good:

When I see this sweater, for some reason I think of a ski chalet, and being curled up by the fire.

A cardigan in a nice colour:

And here are a few more that I came across: .do
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Old 14th December 2009   #2
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Default Re: Barbara at the Bon-Ton

If you move out of the "sweaters" section and into the "tops" part of the site, you can find many more images of Barbara - even one attractive sleeveless item.

I love this dramatic velvet wrap style:

The gathering at the neck gives this otherwise simple top a pretty look.

Pink is so youthful. I love Barbara's confident pose here, and the voluptuous volume of her hair:

I like the V neck here, and a decent pattern.

Another V:

A bit loose for my tastes, but it looks comfortable.

Christmas patterns! Barbara's tresses looks stunning in the first shot.

A trace of curvy thighs visible here:

She can bring dignity to any design.

A few more:

I don't care for the top, but I love Barbara's expression here:

Here as well:

Here's a classic example of how a full figure can give even a piece of clothing that isn't especially feminine, like a collared shirt, an attractive shape:

A few more collared shirts:

And a few more items:
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