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Friday
Mar222013

Iris, Greek Goddess of the Rainbow

Above: Jennifer Chun Iris shirtdress, YSL boots (similar here), Reed Krakoff bag (new tote/version here), Zara jacket, Hannah Blount Earrings, Hermes bangles

 

It was only a matter of time before I made this Iris shirt dress from Jennifer Chun S/S 2013 mine. As demonstrated here, and here, I was clearly in love.

Thank the lawd that the dress is not only gorgeous but forgiving of the expanding belly line. The minute I put this on, and realized the size 4 was flowing with plenty of room, my day went from doom and gloom to rainbows and unicorns. The genius is in some darts, cleverly concealed on the sides, that fold in, and I am sure will grow along with me and baby Z. Easily justified non maternity wear purchase. 

Jennifer flexed her creative muscles with not only the design (which comes in a few different colors), but in this particular version with a stunning Iris print. She designed the print herself. Her talent knows no bounds! 

I wore this out to the BCRF Saks fundraiser last week and received not 1, not 2, but 5 comments on the dress. Tell me the last time this happened to you? Thank you Jennifer! Praise Iris, Greek goddess of the rainbow! It was a lovely evening out for a great cause, 10% of proceeds went to BCRF and we were treated to an exclusive preview of spring collections. I walked away with a new pair of shoeshusband approved...to help the cause of course. 

 

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