October 4th, 2016
Street Style

Miroslava Duma Inspired

Miroslava Duma is my inspiration to embrace the midi skirt—she proves that you don’t need to be tall to pull it off.  Also, Ms. Duma mixes classic items with fashion-forward pieces like nobody’s business—the perfect way to dress in my book.

Image © Sandra Semburg for Vogue Paris

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Cashmere coat

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Hammock bag

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Striped trousers

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Slide

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Floral blouse

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Suede sandals

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Foral blouse

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Scalloped pump

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Velvet dress

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  • The colour combination works with the hair colour- the skirt is refreshing in its fluidity-not sure about the jacket-in my opinion it seems to overdose on the grey…

    RuthOctober 4th, 2016  7:47 AM

     
  • Wow. Hello late 1970’s. And I mean that in the nicest way possible!
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    SharonOctober 4th, 2016  8:49 AM

     
  • Love the gray with brown boots, so much better than with black I think. She looks great.

    KathyOctober 4th, 2016  10:10 AM

     
  • I am loving the return of the longer skirt over the boots without a gap between the top of the boots and bottom of the skirt. This is elegant, beautiful.

    BarbaraOctober 4th, 2016  11:12 AM

     
  • All I’m seeing is those fabulous boots!

    disneyrollergirlOctober 4th, 2016  1:42 PM

     
  • Another A+ for grown up dressing.

    PaulaOctober 4th, 2016  8:36 PM

     
  • The lady can do no wrong…….
    The immaculate tailoring of each item seems to make her height indiscernible in this image. Fit is everything in my book. I feel the same is true of Ines de la Fressange. Always very clean and classic, but also fresh and modern.

    Colleen FowlkesOctober 4th, 2016  10:53 PM

     
  • “Whenas in silks my Julia goes, then, then (methinks), how sweetly flows, that liquafaction of her clothes”.

    M. Kirk OkayOctober 5th, 2016  1:52 AM

     
  • Any idea what brand of boots she is wearing? Also, do you have any suggestions for boots for petites? Most are too long in the calf. Thanks.

    IROctober 5th, 2016  9:38 AM

     

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