Dressed for: Angles

Already Pretty outfit featuring Liza Rietz Ruffle dress, Banana Republic brown belt, Tsubo Acrea

Dress, Liza Rietz Ruffle Dress
Belt – Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar
Shoes – Tsubo Acrea courtesy Tsubo
Earrings, Karin Jacobson

I don’t have a lot of pieces in my wardrobe that I’d describe as “architectural,” but this years-old custom dress certainly fits that description. It’s made from a sturdy cotton that keeps its shape, but also conforms to mine. And I still just love the ruffle detailing!

Are you a fan of angular or architectural clothing design?

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9 Responses to “Dressed for: Angles”

  1. Christine

    Hi, Sally –

    I LOVE this look – the dress’ angles are fantastic! You look fabulous! I don’t really have clothing that has architectural details, but I would definitely consider if the piece looked all right on my body shape.

  2. Copy Czarina

    Great look!

    I love architectural clothing. I’m extremely curvy–not an angle anywhere–but anything unstructured makes me feel sloppy. I love very structured 1940s looks.

  3. Terri

    I am a fan of simple lines in a dress and I very much admire this one–it’s sharp looking. I suspect the dress is also versatile, depending on the details you add.

  4. Katy

    I love structured clothing, especially angular and assymetrical. Not sure if they exist in the US, but Marks and Spencers do these amazing dresses with internal structuring for a total bombshell figure. They’re genius!

  5. Viktoria

    Outstanding! I love clothes with a bit of weight to them, a bit of sturdiness in the fabric, but anything like this I have tried on just make me look, well, unlike myself. Perhaps I just haven´t found my perfect match.