Monday, August 24, 2009

Lilly...with a twist!

Hello all. Today we have a brand new feature for Lilly Lovers! LPC from Privilege has a knack for making exquisite Polyvore spreads. She has graciously offered to make a few new Polyvores using Lilly in unconventional ways. We all wear Lilly casually, but what about if you have a corporate job? Today LPC has crafted "Lilly Gets A Big Promotion" and I LOVE it.

Isn't it great?!? There is a story to go along with it, of course.

The day Lilly got her big promotion she listened respectfully to the VP's compliments. "Thank you so much," she said. "This is a big responsibility. I am very happy you've been pleased with my performance, and I look forward to continuing to learn and grow." What can we say? Lilly had a gift for the corporate life, she knew how to follow a business professional dress code - right on the edge. navy jacket, chocolate ballerina flats, a conservative but fashionable matching brown bag. Can't get more correct. With just the right pop of trademark Lilly color to make her mark. Lilly also knew two important things. 1. When in doubt, tone down color with a navy jacket. 2. If you are going to up your fashion game, you have to up your work results to boot.

Extra special thanks to LPC for doing this!


  1. I love the idea of Lilly for work. So many of her dresses cannot convert from casual to work, but some of her newer items can - it's exciting to think about :)

  2. Hi, It's very nice but I find many of the dresses (even the ones I think are more "professional") are to short. Maybe that's because I'm 5'9" or because I' an attorney working for a bank.

  3. I am looooooving this! I just want the whole package. Xoxo-BLC

  4. Pink under Pressure - I bet it's both your height and your industry. I don't think there's another sector that even comes close to finance for conservatism, unless of course it's law! Glad there's some enthusiasm for this. As Muffy says, we're thinking I might do a few more. They are so. much. fun. If you have a good Lilly...with a twist scenario in mind, do tell!

  5. Great job LPC! yes do more ;)