Feather Weights Feathered Fall Looks for Every Body Type

Pose in this season's must-have plumage.
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Feather Weights: Feathered Fall Looks for Every Body Type

Pose in this season’s must-have plumage.

-Erin Donnelly

Christina Hendricks

This trend’s totally for the birds, but don’t hold that against it. This season trendsetters are draping themselves in lush cloaks of bird feathers and sashaying in flirty plumed skirts that have a Roaring Twenties charm. Both glam and gothic, fall’s feathered look is perfect for gals who want to find a fun and inventive way to beat the autumn chill.

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  1. Pretty dress but not necessarily on her. I think it makes her boobs look saggy except for the part that are pushed out the top and then she looks hippy. Don’t get me wrong, my shape couldn’t compare but it just doesnt look great on her in my opinion!

  2. I’m a fan of Christina’s & so glad to see her finally get recognized for she’s a great actress. And kudos to her for not falling victim to the Hollywood diets that make you look as thin as a rail.

  3. The dress reminds me of Morticia from The Addams. I think she is a beautiful young lady and would give a few years of my life to look like her, however the dress does nothing for her. Regarding the feathers. I wonder how they were gathered. Was the bird killed in the process? If it is wrong to wear fur, is it right to wear feathers? I have seen some very pretty feather accessories, this is not one of them. In the picture it competes with her hair.

  4. I LOVE the feather trend! But my faves are the full-feather skirts and dresses. I think this is a gorgeous “Grecian Goddess” dress that really doesn’t need feathers; the draped sleeves Are the jewelry…

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