March 27, 2012

N O V E L T Y / Stiff Skirts

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aw12 J.W.Anderson
aw12 Tibi


Stiff boxy skirts seen at J.W. Anderson, Tibi, Acne, Alexander wang.
The not so curvy silhouette that they create has something feministic about it which I totally dig.

33 comments:

.Tinacious Me. said...

although they may seem a bit uncomfortable to wear, love the futuristic feel of them!
xo, Tina
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fashion suicides said...

I really like the Tibi ones! DIY potentional?

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All That Shines* said...

These are interesting, i've never seen still skirts.

SIMONE said...

love the whole metallic minemalistic idea!

simone xx

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O D Y S S E Y said...

a not so curvy silhouette is a refreshing change. my favorite here is the white one.

Yth said...

Love the splits in the first two & the material + color of the second two. This has some serious DIY potential!

Eline said...

die laatste twee zijn geweldig!

Michele said...

Love, love, love! Vooral die laatste twee<3

Viveca Ø. Johansen said...

It is quite interesting. I would love to have such a skirt :)

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C.A.R. said...

oh wow i love this!

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ohwowlovely said...

amazing idea!

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devil's in the detail. said...

love them all, theres something so flattering about the length, and the shape - or lack thereof

Catherine said...

I like the last two.

CONFASHIONISTA said...

love all the outfits!

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Freya said...

pretty nice, but hard to wear for small people like me :(

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Sharon said...

The ones from Tibi look great!



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Joana said...

I love these skirts. On a side note, I've been reading older posts of yours (nothing stalkerish about it :p) and I was glad to read your thoughts on the subject of so many people being so similar in terms of fashion. In my university, about 90%-95% of the girls dress like they're out of a Zara lookbook. It's not to say that Zara is bad at all, it isn't, I love the brand. But they're all so...the same. It's hard to tell them apart because they're not unique in their fashion sense. This is a big reason why I love your blog so much. You're just...you.



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COMPOSITION TWO said...

minimalist and great like every time
these sections are strict and high contrasts are great. The Skirt in this shimmering green i like very much.

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shakila j said...

totally in love with it!! was looking something like this thanks x
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Bonnie,Clyde and Marni..... said...

love the tibi skirts!!!!

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Nathan Moy said...

they're a ll nice, BUT i'm into the JW anderson creeper shoes! haha

love ur blog ivania!! keep it up!!!

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Jaeger said...

lovely

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xx

jenaly enns said...

I love the Tibi ones!!!

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Anonymous said...

" Discovered a few copycats of my blog. I´m so afraid that thanks to them Love Aesthetics will lose its uniqueness."

There are a heap of bloggers with the same blogging techniques that you claim to be "Love Aesthetics's"
The "minimalism", grey background, blog set up and lay-out, love for perspex and lavender hair. That's just what's trending right now, and your blog happens to be a part of that.
Saying that people are copying you seems a little vain.
But then again, I guess that's what it takes to be a successful blogger: vanity and pretentiousness

LOVE AESTHETICS said...

Putting hard work and love into something and feeling hurt and frustrated when someone else just comes along and copies it has nothing to do with being a blogger. It happens in every industry, in every profession and in every company. It has even less to do with vanity or pretentiousness.

What I love about blogging is to share my ideas. What is most rewarding is to see I´ve inspired someone to create something themselves. Seeing people actually make my DIY projects, the perspex cuffs or the branche rack makes me
extremely happy. It was not my hair color or obsession with perspex I am talking about when I reffered to the copycats on twitter. It goes as far as to copying a
post entirely in every detail, blogpost titles, recreating the same images.. not just doing something within the same field.

*Critisism is allowed, no need to do it anonymously.

Tanja van S - PureGlam.tv said...

Very beautiful items... love them!

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Wenxin Liu said...
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Wenxin Liu said...

Dear Ivana,

As a recent reader of Love Aesthetics, I have to say that it is your uniqueness of ideas and aesthetic which has quickly propelled your blog to the top of my favourites list. It is those qualities which keep me coming back for more, despite only having recently discovered your blog. Love Aesthetics is already a firm favourite of mine.

I would not worry about the copycats who are stealing your posts and ideas. In the end it is your uniqueness which will set you aside from the copycats, who may have your posts and images, but will never have your uniqueness. I want you to be never dispirited. As a recent fashion blogger, I can only imagine how frustrating it is. I, and I'm sure many of your fan base, will remain loyal readers. Keep going!

Love from England,
Wenxin

(Please have a read of my blog Style Zeitgeist if you have some time. I'd very much like to hear your comments, which I'll hold in high regard.)

Nickolena Coop said...

i love what is in right now!! slouch clothes and no make up is my cup of tea

cupit & vellum

laura said...

have definitely to-buy-listed a stiff skirt a while ago but still yet to find one ..

DREAMY said...

You're so right - the feminist vibe is very appealing.

A La Mode said...

I adore those Tibi skirts!!

Lini said...

I much more prefer flowy fabrics but I like the eyebrows on the models! :)

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