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Friday, September 7, 2007

Lisa - 16th Street, SF

"This was a skirt by ISDA & CO that I found at a thrift store and thought it needed to be a dress so I added a halter and a tie to the back. I'm pretty eclectic, a big fan of color, bold colors and I'm not afraid to make a statement, even when I'm in the office much to the chagrin of my bosses."

I love that she DIY'd her dress to suit her. It takes a discerning eye and bravery to make a skirt into a dress (and make it work).

Lisa Congdon is an artist whose show, The Tenderhearted, is currently on display at the Candy Store in San Francisco.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny--I have this skirt which I wear as a skirt (and love it!)

September 11, 2007 at 10:02 AM  
Blogger Mai said...

that pattern is quite lovely, i imagine it's just as lovely as a skirt as it is a dress. :)

September 11, 2007 at 12:58 PM  

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