Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Duskin

Recently I have found myself more attracted to simpler clothes and higher-fashion. Whether it's because it's no longer thrown in my face every day at work or simply because I am growing up, since I have been back from Berlin I have been steering clear of the more crazier ensembles in my makeshift closet. Not that I can afford designer duds all of a sudden (quite the contrary) or will stop scouring every Salvation Army in the Tri-state area, I am just ready to admit that I understand the satisfaction that comes with putting on a well-made garment that no one has ever worn before.

Anyway, today I discovered the line Duskin and am even more convinced of my new desire to own beautiful new clothes. I love the gentle florals, simple white embroidered mini-dresses, short shorts and high-wasted skirts. It's almost like the line was made for me, so it was no surprise when I found out it is designed by a former fashion magazine editor who lives in Williamsburg. And if this wasn't enough I also found her blogs for Duskin and the Bestest Song Ever and they are just as awesome. Cheers to you Stephanie Tran!




3 comments:

The Cherry Blog said...

bottom left ensemble has me hooked! beautifully simple ideas. xx

meg said...

where can you buy these??

DUSKIN said...

oh, thank you so much!!!