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History of “Cult” Dresses

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Re: History of “Cult” Dresses

@wilma SO interesting!  Much thanks!

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Re: History of “Cult” Dresses

#5 is my winner. Everything about it is perfect. 

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Re: History of “Cult” Dresses

I love the LBD and the tan suede dress 

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Re: History of “Cult” Dresses

What a fun and interesting post about fashion!!!!!  I enjoyed the descriptions and love the last dress pictured!!

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Thanks for sharing!

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Loved this!  I actually owned several DVF wrap dresses and wish I had them now.  They were my " go-to" dresses.  I also wore the "Mondrian" dresses, but not the YSL versions.  I still love the look (maybe it's my mathematical background!) 

 

Thanks for sharing!

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I really, really enjoyed that!  Thanks, @wilma Heart

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I thought this post was about these kind of dresses LOL!!

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Re: History of “Cult” Dresses


@RetRN wrote:

#5 is my winner. Everything about it is perfect. 


The belt just makes that dress.  I agree it's perfect.