Monday, April 23, 2012

Can You Dig It?

I stumbled across Ulyana Sergeenko last night, I'm not even sure how.

All I know is that I love it so much, that the thought of not having at least one of these dresses hurts my heart a little. What am I talking about, it hurts a lot!

So feast your eyes my friends, on the sheer delight that is Ulyana Sergeenko -












Now, pick that jaw up off your desk and start thinking about how in the world I can get my hands on these dresses or create some that look just like them.....?

17 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! Those first three dresses are divine! Funny you should mention creating something like them, I thought exactly the same thing. Thanks for brightening my Monday.

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  2. Oh I really, really love these dresses!!!! I think I will blog about a couple of them on my own blog, I hope it's ok? I just need to collect this inspiration, and it would be great to try making something like this myself. Maybe you could do that too? Anyway, gorgeous:-) Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. I just did: http://fargevandring.blogspot.com/2012/04/kjoleforelskelse.html:-)

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  3. I love this designer! I have seen it around some blogs, and I always say the same, wouldn't be great that we could wear dresses like these daily? Everything is perfect on them, from the design to the fabrics, which I love.

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  4. Wow, thanks for the heads-up. I find a lot of "retro" designers are too cutesy-poopsy but there is a really refined eye at work here that I find incredibly appealing. I've been wanting to make a sheer maxi forever now... Gotta get on that.

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  5. Isn't she AMAZING?! I've been obsessing over her designs for the last year.

    Another thing I love about her- her personal style is an excellent advertisement for her brand- every time I've seen a photo of her, she looks impeccable and retro and oh so wonderful! This is one of my favorites of her (and I think this dress is actually from her first collection)- http://pinterest.com/pin/61009769921558688/

    And yes, these images are all seriously inspiring. I want to make a million cute blouses and full midi skirts now. And yes, maybe even a sheer maxi dress :)

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. Oh wow, not only are the dresses absolutely stunning but I'd kill to have that model's body AND face! She really compliments the clothes and vise versa.

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  7. Wow! Pretty amazing. That blue skirt is pure perfection.

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  8. Totally in love with all these pics and dresses! *___*

    Love your blog, Molly and I wanted to pass along the Liebster Award to you!
    You can read all the infos on my blog:
    http://alicecloset-sewing.blogspot.it/2012/05/liebster-award.html

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    1. Wow - Thanks Alice!! Your such as Sweetheart :) x

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  9. Molly, On the first dress what do you think- is it a circle/semicircle skirt that's been gathered or just a straight gathered skirt? I found the perfect fabric for it, and plan on making something super similar this weekend (only difference is I'm making it separates, and the top will be a button down), and I am going back and forth on the skirt. I have enough fabric to do either... I'm thinking semicircle skirt that's been gathered, with a nongathered semicircle skirt lining it.

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    1. Oh how exciting, I too want to make that one :) I think you could go either a straight gathered skirt or a Semi Circle (I feel like a full circle would be way too much fabric). Personally, I would go with a semi-Circle gathered, it will be so much fun to wear and will have good movement; and if you use a non gathered semi-circle if will cut back on bulk. Alternatively you could skip the lining, and just wear a slip underneath?

      Good call on making them into seperates! I hadn't thought of then - very economical :)

      I'd love too see pictures of your finished project! Have fun sewing :) I'm sure you will

      Mx

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  10. The fullness of those skirts... Perf!

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  11. Ooooooo! These are all to die for. Thanks for the introduction!

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