Diane von Furstenberg

Even though I am not wearing anything from 
Diane von Furstenberg, her Spring 2011 collection
did serve as inspiration for the outfit I am wearing today.


Image via MultipleFashionDisorder                           Image via Workchic.com

When she presented this collection back in the day,
I fell in love with the pattern and the colors used.
Specially the mint -

Worthington printd skirt - White t-shirt Jones New York -
H&M black cardigan - Black shoes Daniblack
These images reminded me of a skirt I 
purchased in JC Penney sometime last year.


Mint, black and white.... 


I can only wonder if the Worthington designers,
the makers of the skirt were also DVF inspired.

When it comes to fashion I always wonder what 
came first, the chicken or the egg.

11 comments

his_girl_friday said...

They must have been inspired by her! It's a beautiful dress.

Jenniya said...

I love the skirt! :0

XX, IamJenniya

Closet Fashionista said...

Ooh, this look is lovely! The print of the skirt is great
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Kim Alston said...

That's beautiful Lorena! I love that skirt and your necklace is gorgeous.
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Y además sombreros said...

Chulísima la falda.
Un beso

Closet Fashionista said...

We've only had her for a little over a month :)
And the ring on my pointer finger? It's a spoon ring that used to belong to my mom, it's actually not supposed to be worn there but I've worn it that way for years (before midi rings were cool, haha)

Londyn said...

great inspiration - love those colors!

Mica said...

That is such a lovely skirt, can definitely see the resemblance to the DVF collection :)

Jessica Cangiano said...

Very chic, sophisticated outfit, dear Lorena. I love the turquoise in your skirt coupled with the glistening sheen of the gold and elegant cream of the pearls in that wonderful necklace.

♥ Jessica

LyddieGal said...

At this point, I just assume everyone is copying everyone else, and that nothing is truly original anymore - and in that same vein, no one should get the credit for doing it first. I mean, did DVF really design the very first graphic print with the colors mint, white and black?
Chic on the Cheap

Imogen said...

This is a beautiful outfit. I adore the skirt and the pretty necklace. The collection you posted is lovely, gorgeous colour and still so incredibly stylish today