I agree, ballet skirts are the best!
I'm wearing them now.
I love that Maggie Rizer. Plus, can we just talk about Yoga With Courtney Love for a minute?...ummm....it didn't take.
I think I was 18 when that cover came out and I totally wore a black wife-beater with a turquoise taffeta skirt out one night. In small-town Georgia.
I liked that look, too. Happy Easter!
Fabulous look! Happy Easter to you as well!
Oh my gosh, deja vu! I had a deep plum taffeta skirt my mom got from a garage sale. I wore it with a tank top on formal night on a cruise (haha!!). I remember I lovvved it. Thanks for the memories. :)
I love that look. High and low is always the way to go!
Oh my gosh I LOVED it and rocked it to many bar/bat mitzvahs back in the day with varying levels of success.
I completely missed the boat on this one but I desperately want to see Star Wars style.
Can't believe Kate Moss agreed to share a cover.
Glad y'all remember and likey too. My pal Carissa rocked a crunchy iridescent green ball skirt + semi-sheer leopard print Victoria's Secret camisole at prom one year ... make no mistake, it was the outré hotness!
Oh I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVED that look! I could never pull it off but always thought it looked so fantastic.
WOW this brings me BACK! to sitting alone at lunch reading this magazine in the cafeteria!
I totally rocked that look at my Mom's second wedding! Wow, that sounds terrible in a way. I like the ball gown/white shirt combo too, like Jenna Lyons rocked in Harper's back in the day: http://thelovelist.net/2010/04/jenna-lyons-enough-said.htmlThrowback. Love this.
I totally bought that Vogue and totally wanted to rock that look for my prom. Mom said no. Also no to the silver Docs I wanted to wear with the silver and white ballgown I did end up with. Boo.
I remember Jacob that year carried a beautiful holiday collection, and I had a fabulous iridescent pink/purple ballgown skirt. I was 14. Thanks for bringing back one of the most charming Vogue covers ever. It's not so much that I miss that look, but that I think dressing up has been less fun and serious for awhile.
for the love of god! why can't everyone stop staying "wife beater" what about just a "tank" or even a "boy beater"?! domestic abuse is not sexy or cute or funny or fashionable. and everyone thinks it's okay!
oh gawddd - that whole taffeta ball skirt trend was a black hole I got sucked into HARD. prom was a disaster...http://ladulcivida.blogspot.com/