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Quicklook: Wetherby's

posted by Gidge Uriza

It’s a quicklook at one of my favorite cocktail dress dress creators. WETHERBY’S.

As always, paring one of her lovely gem colored dressed with snappy shoes she’s got bargains, and midnight mania and a fun freebie available at the store. Continue reading

What Happens on The Grid Stays On The Grid

posted by Gidge Uriza

Cocktail gowns are requisite for all fashionistas and a great place for pick-ups is Wetherby’s. At Wetherby’s she runs great freebies as well as always offering super prices on shoes that coordinate with her dresses. SWEET! Continue reading

The House of QXI Moves to Zindra

posted by Gidge Uriza

Silo and I live on a swath of mainland which is neither glamorous nor fascinating. However it’s our little stretch and we like it fine. We’ve always tried to make friends with our neighbors (even the weird pyramid sex club people) and because of that we’ve gained a great friend, QXI Gears.  But since the new NOTTI RULES have been passed, she had to move her gallery to Zindra.

If you are unfamiliar with her work, she does digital erotic art. Now – no it’s not the kind your boyfriend is secretly creating by choosing “Quiet Snapshots to Disk” but instead is something of an all together different sort. Continue reading

Business as Usual

posted by Gidge Uriza

Wetherby’s is truly one of my new shopping addictions. I know I told you before, she offers shoes with most if not all of her dresses, and the shoes look great – vs. the garbage you sometimes get in “complete outfits”.

Cajsa had remarked when I blogged Sascha Frangilli’s Roxanne a few days ago that the belt was smokin’ hawt – and I agreed, and fangrld that it was on the jacket layer so I could use it with other things.

Like this!

Layer Options Make a Happy Fashion Blogger

Layer Options Make a Happy Fashion Blogger

The dress is a really nice retro cut (think 1964) dress but adding the belt gives it a little urban edge that I think is anachronistic and fun.

Yeah, I just said a lot of stuff didn’t I? Continue reading