Monday, 16 August 2010

Styling tips: hanging dresses

Hanging dresses often make an appearance in bedroom editorials. The frillier, the better - an abundance of tulle, lace and sequins adds femininity to even the plainest rooms. Key to executing this look perfectly is to avoid plastic hangers...

10 comments:

Penny Dreadful said...

Love the one with the screen in the corner, such a lovely idea. Not so sure about the bathroom - it looks pretty but I would be so worried about it getting damp!

C said...

It just adds that element of imagination doesn't it? It makes you dream about the glamourous life that the inhabitant of the room must have...the dinner parties or grand balls where the beautiful dresses are worn.

Tonia said...

And to make sure you have good moth repellent!

cravenmaven said...

That one in from Twig Hutchinson has haunted me forever, i have never been able to find out where that dress is from. It's the perfect shade of yellow for my skin tone.

Vivi said...

Love these images! And what a great way to highlight a dress that you are in love with and maybe can't wear every single day of your life... :)

Lisa Falzon said...

very pretty images. I always wonder if this idea would work in practice though, especially with dust and things.

aubrey said...

adorable!

tammy said...

love those frilly skirts! the yellow dress takes the cake for me, though. clever idea.

BLONDEDESIGN said...

Can't pick between the top bedroom one and the bathroom with the yellow dress, I want that dress!! Kx

{this is glamorous} said...

adore the way you've compiled this post -- so lovely! and, have had a post about this very topic in the works for the past two years now and somehow never managed to finish -- these images may be just the inspiration needed . . .

hope you're having a wonderful bank holiday weekend, lynn! hope camping works out okay and looking forward to hearing about it next week xo