April 1, 2015

Here comes the High Stepper!

The dress is by Adam Selman, Christian Louboutin shoes,
Ana Khouri earrings, and Jennifer Fisher rings      
As I browsed Vogue.com Street Fashion page, I saw this snapshot of Ri Ri.  Rihanna always makes any outfit look amazing!  She has many different looks that all flatter.  Let's face it, she is beautiful.  From grunge, to elegant she can wear it nicely. But, I had to stop the press!  The material looks like cotton.  It is an A line dress that is street, yet, flirty, sexy, innocent, comfortable, which makes this dress appropriate for any event.  Simplicity is key.  From the halter style neckline, to the ruffles delicately lining the hem, to the straight lined buttons and  material scream STYLE!   Before I end, those Christian Louboutin shoes are leaving diamond footprints!  Just kidding.  But boy do they shine!  The shoes are clearly saying that they will not be out done!  We see you too pumps!


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