Since my multiple posts on high/low hemlines, aka mullets, I’ve been seeing more and more examples of the style. The Telegraph did a celebrity/runway slideshow, which includes a couple of the looks I’ve shown but plenty of fresh ones. I’ve noticed that the white Cushnie et Ochs dress worn by actress Teresa Palmer has been particularly popular: Rihanna wore it dressed down, while singer Ciara wore it dressed up.
The wedding mullet, most memorably worn by model Stephanie Seymour in the 1992 Guns N’ Roses video for “November Rain,” was brought back by model Anja Rubik, who wore Pucci for her real-life wedding.
I’m holding out for the Zang Toi gown that first got me interested in the high/low look, but I did ogle this navy Michael Kors that is now on sale at Bergdorf Goodman.
If you’re wearing this style yourself, but missed getting into my Huffington Post mullet slideshow, send your photo to wbjewelry at hotmail dot com, and I’ll post you here.
By the way, the Anja Rubik wedding gown was pointed out to me by gorgeous, London-based ex-blogger Samantha. When MrB and I were in London earlier this month, Samantha and her handsome husband Andrew took us to see The Beggar’s Opera in Regent’s Park’s open-air theater. I was fascinated by Samantha’s Manoush dress, especially because I thought it was a top and skirt all night. I was only enlightened when I asked her how she managed to find such different yet color-coordinated separates.
Samantha was also wearing my gold squirrel necklace, though it can’t be seen in this photo. I’m amused by the fact that the squirrel was just out of reach of the wolf printed on her dress. I think the wolf looks a little pissed off about that … don’t you?