It’s that time of year where “they” give us permission to wear white until labor Day, and if you wear white any other time, people will look at you sideways. There are people out there that insist on embracing the antiquated notion that you can only wear white at certain times of the year. It’s been a long time since I sought permission to wear anything, and if my super-strict, super-religious mother couldn’t make me wear what she wanted, complete strangers don’t have a prayer, credentials be damned. Get it? Religious, prayer, damned… Yes, I got jokes, and they’re clean jokes. I don’t need my mother cursing me. See, did it again…

Anyway… I have always thought that was a stupid fashion rule because, it’s a stupid fashion rule. Wear whatever, whenever. I came across this article on Lucky magazine’s site, and I couldn’t help but go through the gallery. This dress, #18, “Tamga” by Kimberly Ovitz, is what got me to re-blog (I don’t re-blog often) this article. Go to Shopbop if for no other reason just to see the dress in action. It’s worth it. If this was available in black I would squeal and hyperventilate, in that order. I really like Kimberly Ovitz. Her clothing is easy, flowing, unique, and she isn’t afraid of asymmetrical hemlines or layers. Very cool…

Here are a few more looks from the gallery:

For a look at the rest of the dresses in Lucky’s photo gallery:

White Dresses in Every Style, Ever : Lucky Magazine.

One response to “Just in Time: White Dresses in Every Style, Ever : Lucky Magazine”

  1. Maryann Avatar

    White just doesn’t work for me because I live where it is really dusty and no matter how I try to keep it clean I can always find a spot on it. I do wear white capri pants to church but then usually change right away when I get home so they don’t get too dirty. I only wear white in the summertime.


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