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Hang on Little Tomato

April 18, 2011

Ever since I saw the Rebecca Taylor tomato red dress come down the runway last fall (see here), I’ve waited patiently for it to hit stores. When I found out that the spring collection was on the racks, I searched high and low for the dress only to find that it was never produced. Woe is me. So after a shedding a few tears and throwing a few temper tantrums, I happily settled on its skirt version which has quickly made its way to being my favorite article of clothing for spring. Even though I received this skirt over a month ago, the crappy weather and my pasty white skin has prevented me from being able to wear it. However, last Thursday’s weather was so beautiful that I decided to overlook my transparent flesh tone and wore it to a few collection previews and a visit to the dog park with Finn. I can’t wait to wear it again with other pieces in my closet and transition it into evening apparel as well.

{ thrifted leather jacket (last seen here), Forever21 tank top, Rebecca Taylor skirt, thrifted shoes, Mulberry bag (last seen here), vintage necklace }

blogger by day, mathematician by night. KIDDING!

In case any of you were wondering what the title of my post came from…it’s from this Pink Martini song that makes its way into my head rather frequently:

{ Hang on Little Tomato - Pink Martini }

 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Natalya permalink
    April 18, 2011 12:54 PM

    Gorgeous outfit, that dress is so pretty! XOXO, http://www.NatalyasCloset.com

  2. carolyn permalink
    April 19, 2011 12:24 AM

    that skirt is fab - you’re right the dress was amazing too, but i think you did well with the skirt. it looks like a great piece to put outfits together around!

  3. Absolutely Mrs. K permalink
    April 19, 2011 3:02 PM

    love seeing you wearing red, it looks fabulous. you should wear more color, it makes you glow and it looks fantastic with your hair color. i love the combination of that romantic skirt and that tough jacket. fabulous blouse.

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