San (sanakanami) wrote in egl,
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A break from your regularly scheduled [wardrobe] programming...

I was browsing F+F's website earlier and noticed some new stuff. They've really been getting into the painting dress trend lately. Then suddenly my eyes were assaulted by something... something. INTENSE.


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It looks like someone put a Divide filter on a painting of Venice. In fact I'm pretty sure that's just what happened. Aside from being the most difficult to coordinate dress ever, it actually reminded me of something from Bodyline: (image clickable)

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This dress from BL is actually one of the items I like very much from BL- I am a Venice-fanatic, and I like pink in combination with sax. So seeing it in violet x green was... a shock xD I know this isn't the first time multiple brands have used the same fabric.


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Classical Puppets and Bodyline

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Victorian Maiden and Bodyline
and many more, I'm  sure.

What do you all feel about brands that share fabric? This does not apply to replicas, of course- but of commercially available fabric only. As a newbie I'm leaning toward more solids and 'basic' pieces right now, more for maximizing wearability than standout pieces in themselves. But I'm interested in how others view 'non-custom' prints!




Tags: discussion: prints
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