May 17th, 2016
In Vogue

‘Get Up Stand Up’

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I may not be tall enough to wear a calf-length dress over pants, but I love the look. These images are from June Vogue.

Photography by Jamie Hawkesworth    Styling by Grace Coddington

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Velvet dress

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Suede loafers

J.W.ANDERSON.

Shirt dress

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Navy ribbed sweater

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Raw jean

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Navy sede pumps

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Trench

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Embroidered top

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Swimsuit

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Dress

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  • Is that your Celine in the first photo? It’s a great look, but I agree, you need to be tall.

    KathyMay 17th, 2016  6:36 PM

     
  • You can wear if you’re short. You just have to make peace with looking like an American Girl doll (of the Vucirian era).

    JoannaMay 18th, 2016  7:24 AM

     
  • Darn phone! Victorian era, I meant.

    JoannaMay 18th, 2016  7:24 AM

     
  • Worn as in these (lovely) photos the look is wrong for my proportions as well, but I’ve been wearing the midi split-tunic over pants a lot already this spring.

    SueMMay 18th, 2016  8:22 AM

     
  • I don’t know if its nostalgia for John Meyer and Villager clothes from my youth, but a little print dress gets me every time. The dress in the top image on the tall, slender model is sophisticated and fresh looking. On me, probably not! But, I love the look with or without the pants.

    AprilMay 18th, 2016  9:18 AM

     
  • I love these photos and love pants under a dress.
    How tall do you think you need to be? I’d love some advice

    RebeccaMay 18th, 2016  10:16 PM

     
  • I think that they could work on a shorter person if you were to wear over a slim leg.

    CindyFMay 18th, 2016  10:44 PM

     

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