What Was She Wearing: She’s Such a Copy Cat!

Now just because I don’t look like a super model doesn’t mean that I can’t [try to] dress like one. This look first popped up on the Gucci Fall 2011 runway and then was seen on the gorgeous Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the Transformers Premier. I immediately fell in love with the look and about a week before New Years Eve 2012 decided that I wanted to try to copy the look (yup, this post is long overdue).

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So with the one week till the New Years Eve 2012 party, I had to find a sheer maxi skirt, a one shoulder body suit and legs that go up to my neck. Sadly for me, I only was able to find a sheer maxi skirt. So I improvised and found a leopard bodysuit and some high heels to pretend that I had super model legs.

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Top- Leopard print bodysuit

Skirt – Mink Pink Sheer Maxi Skirt (similar)

Necklace- Forever 21 Necklace

Shoes- Chinese Laundry heels

And here is what it looked like on me:

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One thing I didn’t think about was that at night in a dimly lit venue, the sheerness of the skirt wouldn’t be as apparent. Sad face. Oh well! I still really enjoyed wearing it. Hope you guys liked it =)

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3 Responses to "What Was She Wearing: She’s Such a Copy Cat!"

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  1. natasha d.

    February 29, 2012 at 10:35 am

    love it!

  2. Pingback: Our Style [Girl] Crush Of The Moment: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley « Pretty Please Us Blog: Your guide to fashion, beauty, style & everything else in between.

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