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Style Spotting: Marc Jacobs Girl

This past Sunday, we had a change of plans and spent the day drinking wine and eating cheese at a vineyard not too far from us, as part of their annual harvest celebration. (So Target and Alice Temperley had to wait a day—can you blame us?)

Tomorrow, we'll bring you our review of the line, but today we wanted to share this photo we snapped of a stylish reveler at the wine-tasting. Most of the people there were wearing jeans and sweater-sets, but not Ms. Marc Jacobs girl. Take a look...


Lovely, isn't she? Subtle colors in her ensemble contrast nicely with her rich brown locks.


Our eyes lock-on to the delicious robin's egg blue purse by ::squinting:: Marc Jacobs.


The simple, delicate botanical print of the dress picks up the color of the purse perfectly. (If you can name the designer, please do!)


A soft white sweater seems spun from the clouds overhead. Adds a touch of texture (and warmth). Note also the bling.


The colorful batik tablecloths remind us of the French countryside (and as a matter of fact, so did the wine!)

The people watching, picturesque scenery, and cerulean blue skies made for an idyllic way to bid farewell to summer and say hello to fall.
Comments
Love, love, LOVE the purse! I want to steal it.
#1 Peaches (Homepage) on 2007-09-18 10:59 (Reply)
Oh, and by the way Budget Babe, I love your new pink and white monogram background, so lovely! :-D
#2 Peaches (Homepage) on 2007-09-18 11:00 (Reply)
Thanks! Not too jarring on the retinas, is it? hehe
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2007-09-18 14:30 (Reply)
oooh, which winery did you go to? wish they had decent ones in the midwest :-P

love the bag -- didn't know they made it in that color!
#3 cathy (Homepage) on 2007-09-18 11:42 (Reply)
The bag definitely makes the outfit. Maybe it's last season? We'll consult the Bag Snob for details :-)
#3.1 The Budget Babe on 2007-09-18 14:33 (Reply)
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