Monday, June 29, 2009

There's No Use Crying Over Blue Dresses.



I love this dress. It's from Dewberry Vintage on etsy (which I haven't ordered from yet because I am decrepit and poor--not to mention dramatic--but I love it to bits). I saw this dress a few weeks ago, and have been close to tears every time I go through my etsy faves and see it. I would buy it in a heartbeat, if only it fit! Oh my waist, how you betray me. If I thought I could without busting into internal tears I would write a poem to this dress, and it would know we were meant to be. Someone should purchase it immedietly and end my suffering (because it is not practical for a girl pinching her pennies to buy a dress just to hang it on a wall and worship it). Plus, it's called the Alice in Wonderland Dress. My heart, it beats wildly!

38 comments:

  1. That is an adorable dress!
    I hope you find one like it that fits in the future!

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  2. You are perhaps the sweetest thing ever! Thank you so much for your adoring words and eternal worship of my little blue dress xoxo McCall

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  3. I had to remove that dress from my favorites because I'd kept looking at it, forgetting it was too small, and become depressed all over again.

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  4. aw, that's a lovely dress. I have an etsy wish list 12 miles long that just languishes while my bank account mocks me with its own tiny measurements (!)

    I feel betrayed by my hips usually, not my waist, but I do feel your pain.

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  5. Oh, I have been looking at this dress too, I just wish it wasn't impossibly small! Sigh!

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  6. Oh, to have and endless supply of money!:( Adorable dress though!!:)

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  7. Oh its darling, I'm sorry you cant get it. I may check it out.

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  8. it is an alice dress <3

    how wonderful!

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  9. oh god a 22 waist?! i hate vintage clothing for that sometimes, they never fit me either. it's so lovely.

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  10. I go though this often being a larger size, I am dying for anything Gunne but can never fit the measurements. Don't be sad, another dress will be along to knock your socks off in a minute!

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  11. If you had the pennies to spend I don't think it would be at all eccentric to buy and hang on the wall because it is a work of art.

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  12. that dress looks awesome, and im a guy I even like how it looks!

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  13. I favorited it too, and I am first of all too poor to buy it, and second it's about 2397237 sizes too small! But you have to just to peek at it every now and then, right?

    Anyway, cheer up! I try to tell myself these things just aren't meant to be and you'll find something great sooner or later :D!

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  14. That is the prettiest little dress! I adore the detail. Don't feel bad, though--22 inches is tiny tiny tiny.

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  15. I saw this dress a while back too and also cringed at the waist size, such a shame!

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  16. It is indeed a beautiful dress. I usually have the same problem, I'm pretty short and most vintage dresses I've found are a size medium not a small, so that deprives me from buying them.

    xo
    Sophie

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  17. I get so sad when amazing vintage finds don't fit me (though it is usually my bust the betrays me). There are other fish in the sea!

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  18. That's on my favourites, too...and it would fit but I haven't the money right now! I want it so!

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  19. Oh it's incredible! What a sweet colour!

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  20. That dress is so lovely. I'm a sucker for blue dresses anyway...

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  21. such a cute entry and ita with everything you said.

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  22. I also find and buy clothes that are too small or too big. Ah, consignment stores! I enjoy your writings and am now following your blog. Please don't be afraid.

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  23. Ah, that dress is perfect.
    I'd have to do some worshiping of my own.

    Robin
    http://threadbearthoughts.blogspot.com/

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  24. It IS an adorable dress, and I admit it's on my watchlist >.<

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  25. The dress is very beautiful! I understand your pain, but I'm sure you'll find one similar or that you'll like more than that one in the future :D

    <3

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  26. beautiful dress but please don't be sad, you will find a better one perhaps!

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  27. That is gorgeous, absolutely dead on with the Alice impression. I'm inspired now!

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  28. beautiful dress.... hope u will
    find other dress like this...
    btw, nice blogggg...
    i love it

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  29. i love that dress. i recently bought a bow that would go perfect for that alice in wonderland dress.

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  30. Oh my, I totally understand the anguish - it's perfection in a garment!

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  31. Oh that is one adorable dress, i cnt stop imagining myself wearing it! It has such a urvly colour.

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  32. Wow that really is a beautiful dress - I'm sorry you were so disappointed it didn't fit. I hope you find your dream dress in the future. Polly x

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  33. P.S I'm putting together a post on Alice in Wonderland and wanted to ask if I could include you and that picture in my collage? Te post is about how Alice inspires bloggers and their style and I'd love to include you. I would of course credit you and the photo. Polly x

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