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Slipdress: From Spring to Fall

Above: Slipdress c/o Jennifer Chun, J Crew belt, shoes and jacket

This lovely slip dress is a piece from Jennifer Chun's Spring/Summer 2011 collection. I grabbed it out of the closet on one of those warm October days.....now but a fleeting memory with snow having fallen already this week!  The cut, colors, material, all so classic that this number easily walks the line between spring, summer and fall. Jennifer gets an MVP for this- most valuable print.

Have you checked out Jennifer's latest Spring/Summer 2012 collection and hot off the presses lookbook? I got a chance to preview the collection at the GenArt show in NYC this September and looks do not deceive. Girl is killing it. The lovely Jennifer Chun is coming to Boston too. I am over the moon to report she will soon be carried at Louis Boston.

On a side note, not too off the subject, I was just plum inspired by the November issue of Lucky Magazine. They featured Jennifer Chun and Of Two Minds in a full feature and liberally sprinkled Erotokritos all over the editorials. Well done!

One more quick item to mention. I recently received a Stylish Blogger award from I Want to be a Roitfeld and Sentimental Suitcase. I am honored they thought of me and wanted to share a quick seven things about moi: 1. Given the choice between another year of life and the new Marant fringe boots I would have a hard time making the right decision 2. I hate the feel of overripe fruit and have a recurring nightmare about escalators. I cringe while writing this 3. I grew up on a horse farm in NH 4. I know my way around a tractor almost as well as Saks and Barneys 5. I am a Greek school drop out, though I know how to ask for a glass of wine in 6 different languages  6. I have an unbridled passion for Trivial Pursuit and Jeopardy (Alex Trebek, kind of a silver fox, no?) 7. I am probably the biggest closet SciFi geek you know, but didn't know,  and now I just outed myself

Have a great weekend!

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