9.29.2011

beautiful in blue

helen rice in wiksten
jennifers in wiksten

top: photo of Helen Rice by Daniel Shea for Dwell Magazine
bottom left: photo of Jennifer Sarkilahti by Jen Causey for The Makers Project
bottom right: self portrait by Jennifer Parry Dodge

Nothing delights me more than seeing beautiful girls in Wiksten.  Is it obvious that blue is my favorite color?  Pictured at the top is the talented Helen Rice of Fuzzco in the Ikat Cut Out Sleeve Top from s/s '10.  Her incredible home was photographed for Dwell Magazine, which you can see here.  And below are two of my favorite Jennifers, Sarkilahti and JPD, side by side in their Lissa Dresses.  I love how the dresses look paired with Odette and Ermie.

P.S. I did a fun interview about Wiksten with Kristen from Marginamia recently.  Read it here.

10 comments:

Giselle said...

lovely!

p.s. i wish you would post photos of your new home - used to love seeing how you decorated your previous home :)

joyce said...

jenny, i totally saw that piece in dwell and recognized her/your top! so cool to be in another type of design publication.

bella celestial said...

Very beautiful blues indeed. Nice job.

Blanka said...

I wish to see the home decorations as well:)

Jocy said...

These pictures are great.

jennifer said...

Love my Lissa dress, it's so beautiful. Happy to have a growing collection of wiksten. That Dwell shot is great, congrats!

Julie D. said...

I love the Lissa dress so much. I just wish I'd had the funds when they were still available!

Marginamia said...

So happy to see your beautiful blouse in Dwell!! And the blue dress is stunning as ever.

THE MEANS AND THE WAYS said...

Dear Jenny, I have been reading your blog for a little while because it is so beautiful and you are so beautiful. But I just read your interview with Marginamia and I couldn't believe that your favourite name is Ada. It is the name of my baby daughter because of Nabakov and also an Australian author called Ada Cambridge. The fact that you love the name has made me like it all over again, even though now it is not so literary and more like 'Ada, go to sleep' xx

carol-ine said...

The girls look so beautiful in your clothes. I especially love the last two blue dresses. So lovely.