Unhealthy Fashion Obsession: Blake Lively

She was named Vogue‘s best dressed of 2010.  She is the fashion forward monster train of CW’s Gossip Girl. She is the new face of the “Mademoiselle” line of Chanel‘s handbags.  She is Karl Lagerfeld’s BFFTAFF (Best Friends That’s a Fashion Freak).  She is a red carpet bombshell.  She is INSANE.  I am obsessed with everything she wears, how spontaneous it all looks, and how it looks like she just got back from a jog through Candy Land whenever I look at her face.  Oh, and Anna Wintor has a girl crush on her.

That say’s it all.

Lively has been quoted saying, “I carry my Chanel bag like every other girl!”  Really you effortless freak?  When I carry my Chanel bag, I can’t see it – because it’s imaginary.

Regardless of my jealous tendencies for the girl, I adore her.  She is the look of the day/year and has the fashionista capacity to be the look of a very many red carpets to come.  Even if the red carpet is the airport.  It’s time to recap over my fashion unhealthy obsession via Blake Lively.

Red Carpet Profesh


CFDA Fashion Awards

Street Wear Casualista

Blue Mini Skirt - Louboutins

Are you dying yet? By dying, I mean panting. And debating robbing a bank to get a pair of those Louies.

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