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Scarlett O'Hara, Part III | Fashion Muse

It's the final installment of the Scarlett O'Hara-inspired fashion series.  And I've definitely saved the best for last...   ;)

It is time to showcase Scarlett's ultra-sexy red gown that Rhett makes her wear to dinner at Ashley and Melanie's house.  It is form-fitting, sparkly, feathery, and the most seductive shade of scarlet. Be sure to wear lots of rouge.  (Rhett's orders.)


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Look red hot for any event by employing Scarlett's bold use of crimson.  The first dress really embodies the spirit of Scarlett's gown: form-fitting, sparkly, and even poofy sleeves!  Sex it up with sky-high heels and bright lipstick and you're ready to paint the town red.  The second dress screams "satin seductress" and pairs perfectly with silky pumps and a vintage-inspired clutch in the same hue.  To really stand out in a crowd, opt for a modern interpretation of Scarlett's eye-catching dress, like the third one here.  Accessorize with red stain wedge heels, silky elbow-length gloves, and plenty of rouge.


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Scarlett's red splendor can be employed in everyday situations, too.  The first look pulls together dark skinnies, a form-fitting red top, crimson booties, and a pretty scarf---ideal for meeting your girls at the coffee shop for a red-hot gossip sesh.  The second look, perfect for class, mixes roughed-up skinnies, a red v-neck sweater, flats, and a canvas tote that Scarlett would surely approve of.  Lastly is a look fit for the clubs or a night of bar-hopping.  Wear your darkest skinnies with a red sequin-embellished top and sky-high scarlet booties. 

Hope you enjoyed the series!  Do you channel your inner Scarlett O'Hara when it comes to fashion?

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Comments

Leah said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE! Even thought I'm sad to see this little series end, I love today's post - Red is my color, all these outfits are just begging me to wear them! :p I'm especially found of the one shoulder dress - too pretty! :)
Eling said…
Inspiring series! What do you use to make these awesome collages of clothes?

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