Drooling Over DVF

Diane von Furstenberg is one of my favorite designers.  The bright colors & classic lines, yet with a preppy twist ...ahh, I love it.  

Here are some of her pieces that have me wishing I'd win the lottery.  I'd scoop up every one of these, without a doubt!

New Tunis Dress

$385$375 or in black, $259

Laney Cord Dress

Meyer Jacket & Tailor Pants
$465 and $345

Camargue Collection 24" Carry On Upright
$300  $165! 

Chainlink Rectangle Large Tray

Once upon a time, there was a princess with an idea. The idea was a dress. Not a taffeta ball gown like the ones fairy-tale heroines usually wear—this was a drip-dry, cotton jersey dress that wrapped in front and tied at the waist.... And even though the princess was a member of the jet set, famous far and wide as a glamorous party girl, her dress was seen as evidence of an uncanny knack for identifying with her customers: they felt that she must have understood them to have invented something so comfortable and practical, so suitable to their own everyday adventures and to their newfound sense of independence.
—Holly Brauchbach, The New York Times


  1. Love absolutely everything!

    xx Emily @ laughliveandshop.blogspot.com

  2. Yes, I will take one of each, please. I love that top dress. If only money grew on trees, right? I'm doing a DVF post later in the week--I think Tuesday. XO


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