Sunday, April 4, 2010

Loewe by Stuart Vevers and a bunny

Easter at last! If only it could come faster each year, as it brings all the exciting family traditions. First, we decorate eggs in the morning (that is, after blowing out all the oxygen left in our bodies to get the yolks out), then we do an easter egg hunt in our moderately sized NYC apartment (even though my siblings and I have already spied around for the eggs before hand,) we can get pretty competitive. Finally, we clear the table of all our splattered ink and newly decorated eggs to breakfast on a spread of muffins, bagels, and cereals. Then its off to the parade! Once again, another year goes by and we have not made the lavishly decorated hats we said we would have, in order to blend in with the crowd on 5th avenue, so we grab the various other accessories (scarves, feather, hats...) that will have to substitute.
I wish I could say that we went to brunch every year and got all dressed up, then changed into another elegant attire for a dinner party the same evening, but I think my family and I have covered a fair amount of traditions over the years and plan will continue. Speaking of brunch, I was just flipping through Karlie Kloss's editorial in the April Vogue and nearly melted when I saw her curling her hair in that Loewe by Stuart Vevers "perforated suede-and-cotton-bustier dress." Gosh, I couldn't help but think of all the fun memories I had dressing up for special summer brunches when I was a little girl wearing my newly ironed floral dress and prancing around through buffet tables grabbing anything I saw. Maybe its too fancy, but if I had that dress and a Easter dinner party to look forward to, I would have been counting down the days to wear it. Its stunning, as well as numerous other pieces from the collection...

Loewe Spring 2010 Ready-to-Wear

This model looks rather scary in the dress so just pull out your April issue of Vogue and let Karlie Kloss set the standard.

Loewe Spring 2010 Ready-to-WearLoewe Spring 2010 Ready-to-Wear

Two other pieces that I liked. I would probably wear these to the parade as they are a little more casual but at the same time perfect for welcoming spring and celebrating Easter. (I love how I am talking like I already own my dreams.)

Have a lovely Easter everyone
and don't eat too much chocolate.



  1. Happy Easter, and your day sounds so fun. I miss decorating eggs. I don't know why I don't anymore. I totally should. I love these dresses. The colors are subdued, but there is so much detail on them. Gorgeous.

  2. happy easter! love the dresses very cute :)

  3. Happy Easter! I did not get to decorate eggs this year but still kept up the little indoor easter egg hunt with little chocolates at the end of the trail. Traditions can be just what you need to feel warm and cozy inside.

  4. See an exclusive interview with Stuart Vevers on VOGUE.COM;,9571/