When this draped one-shoulder Brood dress arrived in the mail I wasn’t entirely sure what to make of it. I looked at its fine washed and distressed silks in various shades of yellow; the intense ruching; the draw strings that hold it together and thought to myself, “is it supposed to look like that or should I get the steamer out?” After deducing that wrinkles of such intensity must be intentional, I proceeded to attempt the first fitting. As it becomes evident by the last image of this post, the top of the dress was not meant to cross the body as I so confidently assumed and wore throughout the shoot. By the way, all of these uncertainties could have been resolved with a simple google search but I chose to remain in willful ignorance until it was time to write the post. Sometimes it’s more fun to remain unaffected as it promotes your own creative engagement, if only in the form of a simple shoulder placement.
[Wearing]: Brood dress, Christian Louboutin heels, Jimmy Choo purse