Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Emma Pillsbury Fashion ID - Flower Sweater



Houston, we have a sweater.

Sort of.

Thanks to my wonderful friend Dana - you know her as Possessionista - I've learned that the flower sweater worn by Emma Pillsbury in "I Am Unicorn" is by Moschino Cheap and Chic.

Here's the catch: I can't seem to find a single picture of the thing anywhere. But I did find this:


Moschino Cheap and Chic Flower Blouse - $650

This is the Jimmy Hoffa of sweaters, people. Let's find it.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This sweater! I DIE!!

Kat said...

I die for the sweater and because of the price tag... I may be willing to pay that for a bag, shoes, or a custom dress... but not so much for a cardigan... :(

Esti said...

On the runway: http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2011RTW-CHEAPCHIC

It's the ninth slide. I luuuvvvv it with the plaid.

Liza Jane said...

I hate to say it, but I just can't like this sweater! It makes me think somebody blindfolded her boobs.

Tea said...

I have to add my voice to the growing (I hope) chorus of those who love it because I just adore it and I'm so delighted it's been found. I love the way the petals go all the way around like a collar - although for $650 they should ;). Also I'm so happy that Emma is being adventurous with her choice of designers - I think that's really wonderful and could mean we see all kinds of exciting new designers on her in the future.

As of now I definitely agree flower cardi outfit ftw!!

Jamie said...

I adore this sweater, but with that price tag it will have to be a love affair from afar!

Jamie
http://ilookgoodtoday.com

Cathie D said...

I love this sweater too - but wouldn't it have been nice to have put it with a pop of colour? Like her red skirt? Just my thinking!

beckymonster said...

omg this is such an awesome and cute blog! can't wait for GLEE tonight!

Kylie said...

I am totally going to try to make this...maybe this weekend. Also thinking of using some color! I LOVE the design!

Kat said...

Anthropologie had a colored version (well a sort of similar one) a year or so back:

http://reviews.anthropologie.com/5310/013033/parted-petals-cardigan-reviews/reviews.htm