Sep 29 2009

Divine Dresser ~ Giant Dwarf

Category: Inspiration,Real Girl SpotlightsEyeliah @ 4:20 pm

Giant Dwarf is brand new to wardrobe remix, in fact these are the only three outfits she has submitted so far.   She is so well put together and ladylike that she is an easy instant favorite and of course a Divine Dresser.  A look through her flickr photostream shows that she has 900+ pictures uploaded and her profile tell us she has an etsy store, website and blog.  Can’t wait to see more from you Giant Dwarf!

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13 Responses to “Divine Dresser ~ Giant Dwarf”

  1. Mo @ Mo-logue says:

    What great style! She looks like a fun, perky film heroine! That striped dress in the last photo is SO Joan Holloway, too.

  2. Nubiasnonsense says:

    The second dress is amazing I love it!

  3. The Clothes Horse says:

    W_R definitely attracts the coolest people. Her outfits are lovely.

  4. Amelia says:

    The first outfit is perfect! She does yellow and green together remarkably well.

  5. Franca says:

    oh, she’s lovely and makes colourful felt stuff too- right up my street!
    Thanks for telling us about her!

  6. Missa says:

    I agree, she does appear to be one to watch, great style!

  7. Munk says:

    5 star article brilliant.

  8. elena says:

    wow shes a style star in the making!!

  9. sarah von says:

    Ceee-ute! Love those boots!

  10. C&G says:

    OMG – I just sold that same bag in my shop! Too funny…

    http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction.php?transaction_id=19599645

    I thought maybe I’d sold it to her and she was so pleased she already photographed it. I doubt it though, it went to a new Etsy user and this woman already has two Etsy accounts…

    🙂

  11. IdStyle says:

    Awesome Style! I love how it is so vintage, yet contemporary at the same time!

  12. jesspgh says:

    Sue from Giant Dwarf is the sweetest! I have a bunch of her cloche hats and they yield so many compliments. I am not surprised that she is a fantastic, stylish dresser.

  13. Elana Roston says:

    To die for! This is what Anthropologie strives for but never gets quite right!