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Oochi Pucci La La La!

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I have always been in love with Pucci and his bold, sexy prints, which are perfect for the summer time. He makes great “airport clothes”….You know, the kind of clothes that you where when you travel that makes people say “OMG, is that ______________ (insert name here)?” J.Lo made him famous a few summers ago when she brought back the 50’s and 60’s patterned mania. Pucci has been called the “Prince of Prints” and “The King of Casual Couture”, by bringing the modern Florentine prints into the fashion world in a way that dares you to resist them. Just look at the Spring/Summer line that debuted last month

It’s really no wonder that when I have heard that patterns were going to be

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cake by Martin Howard Cakes :: Photo by Gaby Zimmerman

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cake by The Cake Girls :: Photo by Ngoc Minh Ngo

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cake by Lovin Sullivan

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Black and White Pucci :: BBJ Linens

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Pink and Green Pucci :: Cloth Connection

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Veuve Clicquot Wine dressed in Pucci (how cute!)

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If you are really lucky, you might be able to score some really nice Pucci Inspired dresses from a retailer for your chic bridal party to don…or better yet, find some gorgeous fabric and take it to a seamstress!

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  • Gosh! I love this stuff! It reminds me of the outfits I use to wear to all those summer house parties in…um, ok…I’m REALLY dating myself! Lemme hush! 😳

    February 20, 2008 at 7:21 pm
  • These cakes are fabulous! I would love to see a wedding with a cake design like these…maybe a 60’s retro themed wedding? Hmmmm, makes me wish I could get married all over again just so I can plan out little details like these 🙂

    February 20, 2008 at 7:49 pm

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