Perfect model. Perfect dress.

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Posted by Emily on May 13, 2005 at 17:52:29:

In Reply to: ''Ooh la la!'' posted by HSG on May 11, 2005 at 00:20:51:

I am quite under the spell of those Nordstrom images. I think they are one of the best visual arguments I've seen showing how much better the more delicate, feminine fabrics like silk, chiffon, and tulle suit the plus aesthetic than heavier materials do. The light fabrics shape themselves to the curves, especially when the fit is right, while the thicker materials often rob the wearer of her shape.

And speaking of "new femininity" fashion, I found this image of a dress by a company called Trend Les Copains, from their Spring 2005 Milan Fashion Collection. With the flowers-in-bloom print and the ruffled skirt, I thought it would be a perfect look for someone with a real figure. You can imagine how much better it would look worn by someone who could give the dress more shape:

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