Monday, October 10, 2011

Wanderlust Giveaway

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Here's your chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Ruche! Enter Wanderlust, choose your favorite Train Stop outfit AND tell us where you're going in it. If you could go anywhere, where would you travel to and which Train Stop outfit would you wear? Let the creativity and daydreaming begin, ladies!

Contest ends on Monday, October 17th at 12 PST. We will choose our favorite entry for the winner. ♥

xo,
Ruche

Contest Disclaimer: No purchase necessary. We reserve the right to close the contest early or late without warning. We will post the name of the winner on October 17th, 2011. Upon winning, you agree that your name and photos can be published on this blog at the close of the contest. You must contact us via contests@shopruche.com within 7 days after the winner has been announced to claim your prize. 

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e. said...

I love Train Stop 5! I would love to wear it on a trip to new mexico. The colours would pair well with the mountains and sunsets of the white sands!

Liz. said...

I would wear train stop 29 to my grandma's farm. The dress matches the wildflowers surrounding her house :)

Joanna said...

I love Train Stop 35! And I'd wear it to Barcelona, Spain. Walking around the architectural sights of Gaudi, down the vibrant and energetic Las ramblas, down to a beachside bistro where I would have fresh paella and a crisp, cool white wine. Then, I'd ditch the sweater and go dancing into the night with my Husband!

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Melissa said...

I would wear train stop 34 on a lovely autumn day, walking the streets of Utrecht with my best friend. The garnet shade of the jacket reminds me of the burnt orange to red gradation of the fallen leaves that would crinkle under my feet. I could not think of more perfect shoes to walk around Holland in, especially on a crisp autumn day.

Kerry said...

Train Stop 28-- I'm grabbing a train in Eastern Europe touring the area where my relatives come from.

kendra law said...

I would have to have the "makenna mills tweed dress by Double Zero"- I have a black and white stripey dress it would look mad over! I'd grab my vintage picnic basket and wear it on a train ride around Disney's magic kingdom! (We have a trip coming up next month and I am so excited!) So cute for Mickey pictures!

Katie said...

I would wear Train Stop 19 on my trip to Germany this coming December. It would be warm enough for the winter weather and comfy enough to be worn all day while I'm off exploring Berlin and Frankfurt. It's also super cute and would blend in with the european fashion!

NKMILLER said...

Train Stop 33- is my favorite and I would wear this when I go to my Anniversary Dinner with the Man of my dreams, love of my life...stop at a coffee shop afterwards and then dessert at a secluded place on a blanket under the stars!!!!

ezizabef said...

Train Stop 10. I'd take the train through Italy and around to Greece, where I'd fall madly in love with a sexy stranger!

Mostly Lisa said...

I love Train Stop 24. I would wear this outfit to a weekend in London, England. To go see a play or walk around Hyde Park, it'd be a great outfit to go into day and night.

mm said...

Train Stop 22 :) Aaaaand... I'd go to London, England!

melissa said...

i'm jumping off the train on the first stop! i see myself wearing this outfit on a girls trip out to california, where we can skip out on the streets and have a yummy lunch!!

Jenée said...

With Train Stop 13 I would be heading to London, England with my best friend. Off to see the Eye & Buckingham Palace. Of course taking lots of photo is our wonderful outfits in telephone booths & in the streets of London. Fish & chips wouldn't be our only meal but we would enjoy all the taste of English food, not forgetting time for tea. Art museums & the malls is what we would be hitting all day.

Elizabeth K said...

My favorite train stop is Train Stop #8. I would wear it on the train up to the gorgeous city of Halifax. I visited it for the first time recently and I'm already longing to go back. As the leaves change to burning fall colors and the cool air blows in over the ocean, I'd be snug in my grey cardigan and perfectly matched with the treetops in my beautiful mustard tights!

Cynthia's Loveys said...

I LoveLoveLove Train Stop 8 & 9...something about a blush colored dress and mustard yellow tights {one of my all time fav. colors} or purple jewels tones like the dress in train stop 9 and a simple blush scarf. Nothing screams fall like jewel tones and mustard yellow. I would go on a romantic weekend getaway with my husband via rail though Appalachian Mountains.

vharjadi said...

i'd choose train stop 29! i'd wear it to venice, Italy, the floating city! The vibrating yellow matches the eccentric architectures of venice!

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Courtney said...

I'd wear Train Stop 14 all over Amsterdam.

JessBess95 said...

My favorite Train Stop outfit is Train Stop 9.I picked these outfits because, well, I love both of them and they would be perfect for the chilly and gray London days. I would wear either of these outfits out and about searching for hidden treasures in vintage shops along the quaint cobblestone streets of London, England. (:

Jenn said...

I love Train Stop #34 and I'd travel to Turku, Finland...to surprise a man I met in Australia. Every so often, I look up the flights and imagine what would happen if I just got on a plane and stepped into the unknown. When I see him again, I want to be in that outfit.

Rosanna said...

I love Train Stop 12 :) for a cute date night at a funfair! Cotton candy, silly games and ferris wheel fun!

dogwood said...

I would love to wear Train Stop 20 on a trip to Paris with my daughter. I love the layering and comfortable shoes... perfect for spending the day exploring a remarkable city!

m.l.morales said...

I love love love train stop 34. It reminds me of travels in late fall and I would definitely be sporting that outfit as I travel through Europe, most likely Italy, after take the bar exam (lawyer exam) next fall. hopefully, I would be finding out I passed the bar exam while wearing that amazing outfit.

Alex Salgado said...

I definitely love Train Stop 8. Those Mustard yellow tights are perfect for fall! As a college student, I would wear this to class. Being that it has a more "romantic" feel to it, I think it would be perfect for a trip to Paris. The boys would surely fall for an outfit like this! You can pretty much wear this outfit any season. I love it!

Sean and Vanessa Barker said...

I LOVE train stop 35. It uys so versatile. So stylish yet east for a mom on the go. I'd live to wear it to Europe which is mu dream vacation.
Vanessa Barker
Barkersfreestuff@gmail.com

Shelby D said...

Train stop 14. I'd wear this on a chilly winter day while strolling through an open air market in Paris.

carissa.lee said...

I love Train Stop 9!!! I would wear it on a trip through Canada`s Rocky Mountains, by train! It is supposed to be one of the most beautiful and scenic trips in North America!

Busy Bee Katie said...

With Train Stop 8 I would go to Prague and walk across the Sunset Walking bridge with my boyfriend. And as we walk across we would view lovely old couples walking hand in hand and little children running in front of their parents. And he would turn to me and propose right there in front of strangers and all, at sunset when it is most beautiful!

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Jordan D said...

I loveeee Train Stop 34! The rich colors of the dress and coat remind me of the perfect crisp fall, perhaps in Paris? Walking along the streets and markets with all the beautiful scenery, munching on a super fresh and hot croissant! I could just imagine the lovely day I would have in this outfit, with the breezy weather and plenty of hot chocolate!

Mindy said...

Train Stop 9....Prague...history, romance, love...

Isabelle said...

I love train stop #10. I would wear it while waiting for the train with my husband somewhere in Italy. A romantic second honeymoon...

Edith said...

My favorite outfit is Train Stop 22! I'd go to Aurich, Germany to capture the beauty and glory I missed the last time I was there. This outfit takes care of unfinished business!

Tanesha Lanterman said...

Train Stop 11 is definitely my favorite! I'd fly to Athens with my best friend. We would visit the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Acropolis, the Theatre of Dionysos, and other famous places in Greece. We would rent mopeds to navigate our way around the city. After a week or so in Athens and the surrounding areas, we'd fly to Scotland (I've always wanted to go there) to see Loch Ness and Stonehenge. Throughout our travels, we would eat at cafés and restaurants and my camera would be with me at ALL TIMES.

hdsmith7674 said...

My heart melts for Wanderlust - Train Stop 32

I would be traveling east to New York City, NY to catch a airplane to tour Europe. This lovely outfit will have me the talk of the town in Paris, Rome, Milan, Berlin or anywhere I stop. People would be asking themselves what Hollywood movie did I step out of and is Clark Gable or Bette Davis with me.

The yellow dress is to die for and so is the little jacket. I fell in love with them both on Facebook, just dreamy!

Valerie said...

I like Train Stop 8...I would wear this on a journey throughout India. The bright colors remind me of spices, and I have always wanted to visit India.

Lorraine said...

I would definitely explore Italy while wearing Train Stop 10. Just dreamy.

grace said...

oh, i love Train Stop 5! i can already see myself wearing it on a beautiful day out on the streets of good ol' San Antonio, eating some Tex-Mex down by the River Walk and taking pictures of all the bright, beautiful colors. it is such a versatile and cute outfit!

-grace

Maria Fatica said...

Train Stop 26 makes me want go to a pretty cabin in the mountains... with a fireplace burning, big cozy rug, and hot chocolate... my idea of a perfect fall get away!!! I can just smell that fall crispness in the air!

elanor, said...

how could i possibly choose?? all the Train Stop outfits are gorgeous! i suppose my favorite must be... Train Stop 5! I think if I were wearing this outfit, I would be traveling to a small seaside town with a cute downtown that I could windowshop and buy some warm hot chocolate... :)
xx
elanor
thecity.smiles@gmail.com

erin l g said...

the havana brown dress would be a perfect getup to wear in the bahamas! dreaming of going back to the spot my husband and i had our honeymoon a year and a half ago!

Danielle V. said...

Train Stop 3 would be perfect for a romantic visit to NYC with my boyfriend! We'd shop for books at The Strand and grab lunch at The Boathouse in Central Park! :)

Best,
Danielle
http://loveandlookpretty.blogspot.com
loveandlookpretty@gmail.com

Nanananataleee said...

I'd wear Train Stop no12 for a day spent sketching in one of the main sculpture galleries of the Louvre in Paris. I went this summer on a study abroad trip but we only had a few hours in the Louvre, so there wasn't enough time to sketch. But this one room was incredible.. huge, light, airy and open, and full of the most incredible sculpture you can imagine. The atmosphere was so enchanting. I was with friends and we had decided to see 18th century french painting, so I only had a few brief moments in that gallery, but the image and memory of that place is so vivid for me. I'll be going back, for sure = ).

Lauren R. said...

I can just picture walking down the streets of Paris in the crisp fall air. I can almost feel the cool breeze and smell the freshly baked bread wafting out of the bakeries. I can see the golden afternoon sun dipping behind the picturesque buildings. All I need now is my camera, a plane ticket, and Train Stop outfit 19 to stroll the streets.

Milady DeWinter said...

Train Stop 24

Dear Diary,

October is here, and the damp coolness of autumn tries to seep through my shawl, so I pin it tighter, closing it against the chill breath of morning.
Paris is beautiful at this time of year, and the elegance of this great city is echoed here in the train station as well.

I will not be staying, though.

He is waiting for me in Prague, at that little cafe in the Old Quarter where the dreams and whispers of artists still echo a century after their departure.
He waits for me there, pen in hand, carafe at the ready... and my train approaches.

Anastasia Roberts said...

Train Stop 24 in London, England. Go see the sites and then go shopping at the Borough Market. After that I can take the train to a small village town and retire to a small cabin for the night.

Unknown said...

Train Stop 11!! I would wear this on a train adventure across the United States from East to West. This would be my outfit to wear as I just hit the Rocky Mountains. The colors would pop against my surroundings -- the ashy granite rocks, rusty colored sandstone, hints of snow along the mountain tops. The layering is perfect for keeping me warm amongst the breezes of Wyoming and Colorado!

Denise Renee' said...

I would wear Train Stop #35 as I traveled Italy stopping to throw my coins in every fountain I could find. And then for good measure I would wear it as I rode the train through the rolling hills of Ireland...and I may never come back. Better pack more Ruche...it'll be a long trip :)

Lauren said...

I choose Train Stop 11. Love the layers and creative mix of colors with the floral print! Would rock this outfit while strolling through the streets of New York, hitting the flea markets, boutiques and museums, and walking through Central Park :)

Marilyn said...

I LOVE this new collection and would love to see anything similar in the future.

It's hard for me to choose between outfits, so I have a few:

9 I would wear to Arizona/NM in the winter.

10 - anywhere, all the time. Love that dress.

17 - Paris.

j dot marilyn dot evans at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I love Train Stop 9! The mustard tights look lovely with the Woodbine Floral Dress! I would wear it to New York City! :)

- Nadia Mangal

nadiamangal@yahoo.com

stude1nm said...

I would wear Train Stop 19 while buying a book in a steam punk themed hole-in-the-wall bookstore on an off beat street in London.

The Lenahan Family said...

I would wear #25 to Paris. Visit a few of their many museums, the Eiffel Tower (of course), stroll through the catacombs, and relax in a Parisian Cafe and people watch.

polycrafter said...

Train stop 34! I'd wear that baby on a train ride across the country...splashing color through every gloomy day. :)

Leigh-Ellen said...

I'd wear Train Stop 10 to head to Cambridge, England for the weekend to visit friends. Great for on the train and then lose the sweater for a lovely dinner.

stude1nm said...

I would wear Train Stop 14 while listening to a jazz street performer on a snowy November day in Nashville.

stude1nm said...

I would wear train Stop 13 in Milan because regardless of how absolutely adorable the outfit is, you can only get away with wearing a sweater with shorts in a fashion capital.

Mila said...

I love train stop 29. I think I'd be going on a lunch date with some friends. If I could travel anywhere right this very second, it would be to San Francisco. I could explore there all day.

TashaO said...

So hard to choose! But I'd where Train Stop 24 go visit my boyfriend where he is going to school in Oswego, Ny. Miss him so much when we're apart!

perfectpea said...

I would absolutely rock Train Stop #31 en route to a luxurious vacation in Switzerland. The poncho jacket provides the perfect amount of warmth and comfort while still allowing me to move through the Swiss mountains. The yellow ruffle dress ensures I fit right in to the yodeling competition that I can't wait to enjoy. :)

Kali said...

I would wear train stop 7 at the museum where I work. Honestly, I'd wear any of them to work, or everywhere. =]

sillypea said...

I'm absolutely in L.O.V.E. with train stop #35! I would wear it to work regularly and torture a coworker who will surely threaten to steal it off my person! We joke regularly about knocking each other our and stealing each other's cute clothing and jewelry items... of course we've never really done it before... thanks for the chance to win cash so I have no excuse no to buy this!

frank&col said...

I love train stop 28!! i would wear it to a brginning of autumn bbq where its still warm enough for shorts :)

nessi1234 said...

I love train stop 34. i would wear it on my stay in London, where i would see the sights like the tower bridge, London eye, the tower of London, Hyde park and Big Ben. I would also be staying to go to school for my gemology degree.

mel said...

The gorgeous yellow dress from Train stop 29, with shoes from stop 8. I would travel to Rotterdam, Netherlands by train, and then hop on a bicycle and tour the places where my grandfather grew up.
The ruffles on the dress would look beautiful with a shiny red bike :)

Clara said...

Train stop 25 to London, please!

Jerusalem said...

I would wear Train Stop 22 on my way to NYC to meet with my literary agent and my editor. Followed by a lunch meeting with Martha Stewart to discuss her handing over her empire to me!

Cassie said...

I choose train stop #1-- my first stop would be to New York City before flying overseas and pulling out a few of the breezier looks for Europe. But train stop #1 has a bit of that New York edge: the houndstooth skirt and the cropped jacket are classic NYC black, but the red wine-colored tights and mustard blouse give it just the pop of color you need to stand out while still keeping warm. It's classy yet casual; cute yet comfy. And, as is necessary in the city of lights, entirely stylish.

martha Caissy said...

i like train stop 32, i love the way the whole thing looks together. if i could go anywhere on a train i couldn't pick anywhere specific. i would go on a train trip across the United States, soaking in the local flavor and feeling of each individual state and enjoying the time spent on an old-fashioned train as well. you can go anywhere, but going anywhere by train just makes it that much better .

natalie said...

train stop 7 has left me reveling in the possibility that I realistically could go to a Spanish train stop in this outfit! my husband-to-be and I will be taking our honeymoon in Spain over Christmas. the day before Christmas, we'll be taking the train from Seville to Madrid. it will be a bit chilly, but I still want to look beautiful for my love, so that plaid coat would be perfect!

Tylor-Elizabeth said...

I would wear Train Stop 22 to Snowden, Wales. A small little mountain town in a beautiful and underrated UK country is perfect for the cool and muted tones of the cardigan. The length of the skirt and the inclusion of the scarf also make it warm enough to wear when checking out small town shops and pubs without having my body get as cold as my pint. A beautiful outfit I could wear that would be as subtle and interesting as it's backdrop.

Natalie said...

My favorite is Train Stop 24, it's so perfect! I would like a train ticket that will take me around the world, please. I would like to see every great city wearing a great outfit for each location. Wanderlust!

Sarah Froehlich said...

Trainstop 32.
I would take the train to my grandmothers house, keeping very wary of the wolfish conductor that prowls up and down the isle, smelling the muffins I have in my bag. If for some reason he finds away to get to me, I know I'll be feeling so good in my new outfit that I can accomplish anything (incuding kicking major conductor butt). When I'm done I'll strut the streets like the fashionista that i am.

Hannah said...

I'll be wearing train stop 10 to, well, I guess anywhere! Except maybe to an athletic event ;)

-hannah

Laura Nelson said...

I would travel Italy by train in the Train Stop 29...twirling through fields of sunflowers, drinking lots of red wine, eating all the bread and cheese humanly possible. I would wander through art museums, ride gondolas through Venice, stroll along the gorgeous and colorful Amalfi Coast and dance in the tuscan sun! :)

TweedleDeej said...

I would wear train stop 35 to go wine tasting outside of Mendoza, Argentina. Feminine and flirty to perfection, it's the ideal dress for a leisurely afternoon bike ride from winery to winery. The cardigan is perfect for when the sun starts to set, when it's time to head back to town for some amazing food and people watching. I want to go back!!

Ana from Sweet Serendipity said...

I love love love train stop 22. It would be the perfect outfit to dream travel on a train to chicago. :)

Kelly Manske said...

I adore Train Stop 11. I would wear it as I went sight-seeing through the streets of London on a rainy day.

MissJW said...

i would wear train stop 35 as i left my boring life behind. i'd grab my red headed gent's hand and we run until we got to the station. We would buy tickets to anywhere and then never look back.

Teshia D said...

I would return to beautiful Kyoto, Japan in the Fall wearing Train Stop #22.
I would visit Kiyomizu Temple & marvel at the vibrant maple leaves.

The colors of this outfit reminds me of the changing seasons, as the leaves on the trees start to turn into an assortment of amazing different colors.

One day I will definitely go back! ;)

freshkae said...

I'd LOVE to show up on a Vienna train platform in the autumn, looking fresh and sophisticated in the Train Stop #9 look (on the left). It's classic with an edge, comfortable for travel, beautifully accessorized, and has all-important layers--a necessity for train travel and the unpredictable train car temperatures! Wien, in stil, ich komme!

Alicia Fitch said...

I love stop 10. I am going to buy this right now and wear it to Chicago shopping and dining out with my man :)

Esther H N said...

With Train Stop 24 I would take a trip to Russia's Moscow. Walking on the streets with snow falling, my heels leaving imprints in the snow

Nina said...

I adore Train Stop 5! I'd love to wear it on a getaway to a luxurious cabin in the woods with my main squeeze! I love the bright fall colors!

ninsticker at gmail dot com

Miki's scrapbook said...

Awe, I love all the outfits, but I think I'd choose train stop 21 to go visit my sister and my dad in Argentina. I moved to California 8 months ago to marry David and have been living here since. I'd love to go back to Buenos Aires to visit and would love to do so wearing an outfit that shows sophistication and how much I've learned from being here :). I think this is the perfect outfit for that! :D

Miki.
mikimiannetta@gmail.com

Michelle Dunbar said...

I love train stop #4, and I would wear it on Rail Europe traveling from Paris to Switzerland....I would be a lone lady-like figure, at once accessible and fashionable while being untouchable. I have everything I need in my velvet purse: A credit card and red lipstick.

A Human said...

Well, it is so hard to choose, but if i have to pick one I would choose #19! I would wear it to a casting call in Paris or London. It is professional looking, but still very stylish at the same time! It says "I am your girl, I am put together and fabulous!" And the heels are gorgeous! Love, love, love! It would also be great for a dinner after the meeting at a little cafe. Oh la la :)

Nicole said...

I love train stop #34 and I would wear it on a trip to Paris and the top of the Eiffel Tower.
nbalogh522 at gmail dot com

Kat said...

#35 from Rome to Florence on a non-stop art frenze. Love it!

Bárbara said...

Train Stop 3 - I'm arriving in Paris. He's waiting for me at the train station with his perfect smile and all the love of the universe.

bcpetri at gmail dot com

kentstreetconfessions said...

I would choose Train Stop 26. I would wear it up the east coast and stopping in Maine to visit my Grandmother.
-Elizabeth

"Somehow you'll escape
all that waiting and staying.
You'll find the bright places
where Boom Bands are playing."
-Dr. Suess

Adeline said...

Train Stop 34!

I would wear you to visit L. M. Montgomery's Prince Edward Island and take in the sight of the beautiful autumn-coloured woods and open meadows described in the pages of my favorite childhood book, Anne of Green Gables. It would be a wonderful way to satisfy my nostalgia for those happy days I spent as a child, immersing myself in the stories of the characters living in Avonlea.

Caitlin said...

I would wear Train Stop 3 out on a date in downtown Chicago. I love this whole collection.

michaela said...

I would wear the outfit depicted in Train Stop 34 to London, where I will tour universities, and fall in love with the beauty of the country, the people, and the culture. I like the simplicity and beauty of this outfit, which is so classic and put together! The coat also reminds me of the English countryside, and seems to me like something a modern Elizabeth Bennet would wear.

lilmamad said...

I would wear Train Stop 31 on a long walk through the park with my dog and a steaming cup of hot cocoa. Then after I would catch up with some girlfriends for dancing!

Sarah C. said...

Train Stop #4 channels the Pevensie sisters at the train station preceding their Narnian odyssey. This look heralds all the promise and grace inherent in discovering your destiny and courageously embracing it.

Lindsay said...

ummm...fairly certain that it is ridiculously hard to choose but I'm 99.9% sure that Train Stop 16 is my favourite look...it would be worn while I boarded EuroRail and travelled across Europe by train! Absolutely wonderful! And I would collect copies of Wuthering Heights in each country I landed at.

Erin Day said...

I would pick Train Stop 29. That dress belongs somewhere warm with a beach and the sun. Southern Italy.

Zoe Marzo said...

Train Stop #20
I'll be in San Francisco next month for a write-a-thon. The bright colors of the remy knit dress will stand out in the San Francisco fog. I can already hear the click-clack of the Blowfish 'Blyth' wedge booties as I walk up and down the uneven streets.
The red wine colored tights and ruffle knit cardigan should keep me warm in the chilly November weather. Best of all, I'd just feel fabulous typing on my laptop or scribbling in a notebook in some cute little cafe. Tugging thoughtfully at the maple memories indie necklace, my olive crest pendant ring sparkling.

<3 I am IN LOVE with this outfit.

Pauline Yee said...

Train Stop 19 to St. Petersburg: The tweed blazer and corduroy pants would keep out the cold but still keep me looking stylish. I would visit the Hermitage. The perfect mixture of stylish and studious!

yee_pauline at hotmail dot com

Pink Stitches said...

I would choose Train Stop 10 outfit and go to Greece!! <3

Elise said...

I would wear Train Stop 19 to visit my best friend who is working in the Normandy region of France. Comfy enough for us to go sightseeing during the day, cute enough for an evening out. Could bring the sandra convertible shoulder purse along to stick a 4 euro bottle of wine in!

jasmine said...

i love train stop 8! i would wear it to to a casual day out with the girls. :)

Katrina said...

I love Train Stop 2! The red coat is darling. I'd take the Coast Starlight train and travel along the West Coast to Portland.

Kuhnhausens said...

Train Stop 34...no brainer. LOVE the jacket, LOVE the shoes, LOVE the colors!!! I am going to NY for the first time ever in November (tagging along on a work trip with my dh). This outfit is PERFECT. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. Fingers crossed!!!!!

Jonathan and Chelsea said...

I'd have to say train stop #14! LOVE that coat!!!

I'd need it anyway because I'd be taking a train through Utah in the fall... chilly!

Chelsea Anne
chberkom (at) gmail (dot) com

meadowanne said...

I love trainstop 18. It would be perfect for my little boy's first birthday party, easy and comfortable, but hip at the same time!

Crystal Rae said...

I would choose Train Stop 3, I would wear it as I traveled Paris with the love of my life...as we celebrate our life together. I imagine stepping out of a vehicle as my Champion extends his hand to help me out. We walk into the cafe, we will sit and eat and drink our wine...all the while looking fabulous and turning heads as we sit and laugh and enjoy all that life has to offer.

b said...

My favorite Train Stop outfit is #13.
I would go back to 1942 Morocco and visit "Rick's Cafe Americain" from the movie "Casablanca" in this outfit. The style of Train Stop 13 reminds me very much of a modern take of Ingrid Bergman's character Llsa Lund, especially with that beautiful floppy hat. I'm more of an old Hollywood type of person and this whole collection reminds me of that era. Also with the theme train stop I would love to be in an exotic local. This outfit to me just read Casablanca.

annatrude said...

I love them ALL, but Train Stop 2 is just too cute to resist.
I could definitely see myself wearing that look in my favorite city, NYC, during my favorite time of the year, autumn. I love the brightness of the ruby wonderland faux fur coat and meyer opaque colored tall tights in merlot, and who doesn't adore the thierry oxford heels and bren bow hand warmers? Add the great fashion sense of the hampton roads houndstooth skirt, and you are instantly chic! <3

cathbgirl@hotmail.com said...

I love train stop number 11...

The layering of this outfit is perfect when you don't know what will be the temperature.

It is colorful, joyful and it shows a lot of items that are instant classics!! The bag is perfect for your little things on the train

I went in NYc last week and took the train and dressed a bit that way..

musemyworld said...

Train Stop 12 Suits my fancy as my outfit for roaming Athens. With the warm mediterranean air and walking from monument to monmument, this outfit makes perfect sense!

The Lili Effect said...

I would wear train stop 22 to meet with publishers in NYC. I haven't finished the book yet, but I can imagine myself with a thick portfolio in hand....

Jillirene said...

Wearing the gorgeous outfit in Train Stop 29 (with the accessories from 30 and a red flower pin that I will make for my hair), I will travel to Mexico City to visit the Museo Frida Kahla (La Casa Azul) where I will admire and be inspired by Frida's art, photographs, books, letters, personal mementos, and collections of butterflies, feathers, clothing and jewelry. I am a physical therapist so I am also interested in learning more about her personal experience as a polio survivor and a survivor of a traumatic vehicle accident (which resulted in multiple fractures and a spinal injury) along with the modifications she made to her clothing and shoes to adapt to her physical impairments. Frida managed her pain and anguish by creating art and beauty. She would have choosen the clothing and jewelry combination in Train Stop 29 to add to her own collection. Her bright and unique clothing combinations remind us that creative fashion can make us all beautiful and full of life.

Brittany said...

Train Stop 35 would be perfect for a relaxing getaway to Greece. It would be perfect for scouring the ancient ruins but also just as perfect for reenacting scenes from Mamma Mia on the Greek Isles! Or maybe that is just me who dreams of running around the Greek Isles like Meryl Streep... :)

Ora said...

I love train stop 22. I would wear it on a train ride to Bath with my best friend. When we arrived we would have tea and cakes then shop the antique markets around the town.

Lindsay said...

ooops! I didn't label the outfit correctly so I have to repost!
ummm...fairly certain that it is ridiculously hard to choose but I'm 99.9% sure that Train Stop 4 is my favourite look...it would be worn while I boarded EuroRail and travelled across Europe by train! Absolutely wonderful! And I would collect copies of Wuthering Heights in each country I landed at.

Anonymous said...

In Train Stop outfit number 22, I would leave a small cafe in Salzburg, Austria,and walk to the train-station. As I sit and wait, my eyes meet with the shocking blue eyes of the dark-haired man across the platform. He smiles..I smile back. The train whistle cuts through the magic of the moment and I am forced to walk aboard the train. I linger on the step of the train for one last look, and taking my seat, I pull out of the station dreaming of that last glance. *sigh* That is my dream.

christysk said...

I adore Train Stop 4!!! I would wear it on an excursion to the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and have a coffee right in the cafe next to the giant clock! :)
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Sarajds4 said...

Have boots, will travel! Train stop #9 would be my pick. So many versatile pieces would make for a perfect mix-and-match packed suitcase. With all the accessories to boot! I'd head to New York City, do some shopping in Chelsea, some strolling in Central Park, catch a concert and buy my kids a souvenir or two at FAO Schwartz!

Gabrielle Jean Zaugg said...

Ok seriously, this is amazing!! Traveling by train is my ALL TIME FAVORITE WAY TO TRAVEL!! I'd wear Train Stop 34 and want to travel Swiss Rail (I've never even been to Europe but how romantic)!!

LauraJane said...

I adore train stop 19, and I would be traveling to Prague!

Rebecca said...

I would wear Train Stop 34 to Denmark!

Cricket said...

I would wear train stop 24 and take the train all the way across the country. I'd stop and wander through every small, cozy town and meet as many people I could. I'd learn their stories amd move on to tje next town! If it could all happen in the 40's and start in the deep south it would be perfect!

Amanda said...

Train stop 29 =) this hot yellow dress with ruffles makes me want to travel to Texas with my sexy forest green mary janes to get me through the dry dirt atmosphere-and in my hand next to my very fitting chain bracelet would be my drivers, dive-ins and dives book so I could stop at each delicious BBQ place in Texas!

belleabc said...

Wanderlust is my middle name! I love this collection! Train stop 5 reminds me of the Republica de la Boca area of Buenos Aires, Argentina. That's the one I'd choose and that's where I'd go in it. The colours are vibrant, they pop and by all logic, shouldn't go together, but instead make total sense... Just like everything surrounding you in La Boca!

Gartner Photography said...

I would wear Train Stop 11 on a brisk day in Queenstown, New Zealand. Perfect for a walk along the pier and the shops!! :)

Mary June Miller said...

I love stop 13. The pieces can be mixed and matched to wear all year long! I would wear this outfit on an evening out with my hubby!

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Girl Friday said...

North by Northwest has always intrigued me for all the right reasons: who wouldn’t want to be the chicly-dressed heroine who charms a suave Cary Grant while enjoying a trek from New York City to the West with all the typical Hitchcock sites of crooks, criminals, and crop-dusting crazies? This classic suspense-thriller in disguise as a travel film (or maybe it’s the other way around?) indulges the romantic and the recklessly-adventurous. Of course, any outfit suitable for the chase after love and lunatics requires both a stylish and practical ensemble.

Enter Train Stop 32’s ensemble: a pleasantly-surprising mix of colors and textures, not to mention polished-looking shoes that, upon closer inspection, have a solid heel able to sustain any chase-scenes or running-from-the-law that may ensue. The visually-pleasing layers of this outfit mean that getting comfortable and staying stunning in various climates is a piece of cake. The floral accessories add a bit of spring to the otherwise-winterish collar and fabric of the tweed dress, thus ensuring an all-seasons go-to travel wardrobe. And that convertible shoulder purse may seem a common travel-sized bag, but it’s the perfect accessory for toting around anything a girl may need in case a crisis ensues. Or for lugging along a few crime novels, in case one doesn’t.

Perhaps a cross-country train trip isn’t going to necessarily bring me up close and personal with a Cary Grant type, but who’s to say that I can’t indulge my own self-love and confidence in looking refined and fashionable in these pieces by Ruche?

Missi said...

I am so hoping to actually wear Train Stop Outfit #11 to my families Thanksgiving weekend trip that my dad is planning and is super excited about. Half of our family lives in Phoenix, AZ and the other half lives in Seattle, WA (where I live) So my dad, mom, little sister and I will be taking the train from Seattle to Portland, I think this outfit would be absolutely perfect for that ride, the Calistoga floral trench coat would be a great piece to shield me from the rain, even though it doesn't even look like a trench coat it just looks like a sweetly designed dress. Brookdale boots in tan will also keep my little feet-sees dry and stylish. The extra layers from the Darley knitted trapeze vest and Blaire colored tights in olive will keep me nice and warm from the new fall weather that has hit the Northwest. Of course you can't take a train ride without bringing along a magazine or book, which is conveniently on my iPad which will be nice and safe in the Carraway tassel purse by Melie Bianco. But these are not the reason why I love this outfit so much, no the real reason is the genius display of the beautiful array of fall colors displayed in the fabrics, and I do love colors. Well this outfit will definitely help me for the train ride to Portland, but our journey won't end there, in Portland we will meet up with my older brother and sister who I don't get to see that often and head over to Mt. Hood where we will spend an entire weekend having fun playing in the snow and either snowboarding or skiing I’m not sure which one yet because I've never done either. But no matter what I am super excited about this trip for many reasons, 1. I have never taken a train ride anywhere and have always wanted to; 2. Super excited to see my brother and sister, did I mention that they have kids, my only niece and two nephews who I love with all my heart; 3. I'm going to snowboard or ski for the first time. There are just so many things to look forward to, and I am going to catch it all on my camera, which can fit into the Carraway tassel purse by Melie Bianco so perfectly.

Romana said...

I would wear the outfit from Train Stop 2 and I would go to New York City-The Big Apple! It would be a trip to shop for Christmas, and I would see a broadway show too. The red colour would be the perfect thing to get me noticed in a big city such as that one. :)
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Abbey said...

I would most definitely wear train stop seventeen on a lunch date with friends. It's oh so swoon-worthy.

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Eliza said...

My favorite Train Stop outfit is outfit number 34. I would wear it to the historic French Quarter of New Orleans. You would find me walking along the cobblestone streets on a nippy fall day, my eye-catching red coat standing out against the haze in the air. Happening upon a bakery, I would stop for a French macaroon and savor every nibble of the renowned treat. It would be a lovely day in a lovely place, wearing an even lovelier outfit.

Kirsten Nolle said...

I would wear train stop outfit #25 to the English countryside, where I would relax in the gardens of a beautiful victorian estate, drinking tea and knitting.

Erica said...

I kind of love Train Stop 4! I would wear it when I go back to LA so I can look fancy at Rodeo Drive instead of looking like a tourist! LOL

Janice said...

Outfit 25 would be perfect for the trip of my dreams which would be a tour of Russia. From the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg to Moscow. I'd love to take in the Red Square, the brightly-coloured St. Basil's Cathedral and the Kremlin Walls.

Such a gorgeous and classical vacation demands an outfit to compliment the journey.

Roma said...

I can't tear my eyes away from Train Stop 29, and I can't help but imagine myself wearing it on my upcoming study abroad semester in Lancaster, England. The forest green wedges would be equally perfect for walking around the university campus between classes and through Williamson Park, especially paired with the daffodil yellow dress for the first day of spring. I would layer the grey velvet cardigan over the top to ward off any chill English breezes, and hopefully give everyone the impression that the American girl knows how to study in style.

Zamia said...

My pick would be Train Stop 13, and I would wear this to my upcoming Vegas trip this December. The gorgeous Cambria Stella Knit Sweater will keep me warm and looking chic while on the plane (or the train!). Then, once I'm in the casinos/clubs, I can take off the sweater and be instantly ready for a night of dancing!

Gabriela Peller said...

If I had to choose only one of the looks, I would have to go with Train Stop 5. The shoes, tights, skirt, and blouse are beautiful rich colors looked as if they were picked right out of a jewelry box. Combined with the cozy grey sweater, the outfit is both classy and comfortable.

I would put on this ensemble, grab one of my favorite books, a sketch pad, and a pencil and hop on a train with an open mind. I want to get on a train that will take me to a surprise destination. A place of discovery and new beginnings. An adventure.

*amber* said...

Train stop 20 is my absolute favorite. That chevron dress needs to become a staple in my wardrobe. And the tights. We've already had some snow here, so I would love to take a few more weekend road trips south to enjoy some time outdoors in the beautiful fall weather.

jump5_lover said...

I love Train Stop 10! I think this outfit would be perfect for a trip to New Orleans. It's romantic and classic, yet modern. I'd wear it while taking in NOLA's exquisite architecture, food, and jazz tunes :)

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites is Train Stop 35, and I would wear it to the Grand Canyon :)

Veronica said...

train station 3 and going to London!

Lorraine said...

On second thought, I'd wear Train Stop 10 and jump a train to San Francisco. Exploring that city never ceases to be an adventure.

caroline said...

definitely $29!! i'd wear it to paris :)

Wandering Muse said...

Train Stop 10 has the perfect balance of ease and elegance! I'd wear it on a trip from Florence to Rome, for a relaxed day of shopping and hanging out with friends.

Lucia said...

I would wear the outfit in Train Stop 24, traveling to the vacation of my dreams in Paris! I love the sophisticated lady-like look, and I think that it would fit in perfectly with the Parisian street style =)

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tabs said...

If I could I would choose Wanderlust Train Stop Outfit 11 and would take it to Moscow.

I really love the flower print combined with the yellow shopping bag and the rust-colored loop scarf. It's just perfect for cold weather (maybe with a nice coat) without being too dark and boring.

And besides that I always wanted to go to that great city of Moscow because I kind of think that Russian Ladies are really inspiring.

Ashley said...

I LOOOOOOVE Train Stop 34! I can see myself drink a cappuccino in the outfit in a cafe in Italy or even to the office.

kittenhood said...

train stop 4 would take me on a trip to an old New York... perhaps in the 50s, walking in a hurry to meet up with my darling in the other side of the city

ninasays said...

Train Stop 2!
I love all the photos, this is really art you've created there (once again)!
I'd wear it on my fall trip to Hamburg, a windy and cool yet super stylish city - a cultural hub in the north of Germany :)

S. Parker said...

I'd most definitely wear Train Stop 24 to Eglisau, Switzerland. I'd walk along with my boyfriend just off one of the boats from Zurich and try all the local cuisine and stay in a cute hotel along the Rhine river. It's such a lovely town full of historic value and small city charm.

Carissa said...

so many gorgeous train stop looks, it's hard to choose! but I think my fave is stop No. 35! such a soft, pretty yet casual look. chic and effortless-- perfect for spending the day walking around a romantic city... like Paris... taking in the sights and sounds... browsing the shops or sitting at a corner cafe, warm mug in hand.

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Tündéri Lonka said...

I like the train stop 4, it is sooo romantic! I would wear it to a trip to Venice. If the dreaming is allowed, than I would like to be engaged in Venice :) And maybe it is not only a dream, it is possible that it will be next spring :)

Juelchen said...

love at first sight! I'd wear train stop 7 travelling home.
it's going to be my grandpa's 75th birthday soon and as a grandpa-girl there is nothing that will keep me from seeing him.
this outfit qould absolutely fit the eight hour train ride from germanys south to the north sea and the colors would be beautiful in my already wintery hometown.
Also i know this is something my grandpa would love seeing me in and whatever he loves, I love too.

Laurie said...

I'd roam the streets of Prague in Train Stop 19. The understated yet elegant mixtures of color and texture of the outfit will go nicely with the location of the famous defenestration.

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Thalia said...

I would definitely wear Train Stop 25! I would wear all of the outfits in the lookbook if I could afford it, but #25 caught my attention as it fits my wardrobe perfectly. I'd probably wear this outfit more than once in a given week, and to more than outing. I just love the colors! And the material seem so soft and huggable. I would wear this outfit while walking to the park with my children. I would wear it teaching my students. I would wear it on a day date/trip with my husband. I would wear this outfit to Christmas shopping at Nuremberg. Walking the old roman pathways in Trier, and I would definitely wear this outfit during Christmas mass in church. Walking down Venice, eating gelato. Oh the possibilities. There is something so soft and delicate about this outfit, that there would be no limit to how often I would wear this.

- Nathalia from Ramstein Air Base, Germany

Danica said...

The train rolls to a slow stop at No. 22. My stomach is in knots, but I'm so excited to step off onto the platform. With this first step, I finally get my first real site of my new new home for the next few months: Cobh, Ireland. I've wanted to study abroad my entire life, and when the opportunity arose to study in Cork on the cheap, I jumped at it with fervor. The city was a little expensive to stay in, but I managed to find a wonderful lady who rents out rooms in the smaller town of Cobh, on the outskirts. Cobh suited me better anyway, right on the shore.

Among things I notice, first, is that even in the fall, my emerald green cardigan matches the greenery around me. They don't call it the Emerald Isle for nothing, I can tell already.

Second, the sea air smells amazing, but is brisk. I'm so glad for my tartan skirt. It's not too heavy to move in, but wonderfully warm.

The last thing I notice is the smile of the handsome Irish lad walking my way. He offers to help me carry my things to my boarding house, which isn't too far a walk away. He says he stays there too, and was sent to fetch me. I'm so glad I have comfortable wedges on my feet: I can already tell this short walk is going to turn into quite a long one. :)

I love everything about No. 22. It calls for a brand new autumn adventure.

Grazia said...

I LOVE the Train Stop 19, I'd wear it to a trip to Ireland, it would be perfect! *_*

Molly said...

I would wear Train Stop 34 on a trip through the Carpathians of Romania! Romance and Gothic architecture mix, and I could enjoy it all in the perfect day to night outfit!

joolee said...

i ADORE train stop 8 - the color combo is FABULOUS!! i'd wear this for thanksgiving get-togethers, family pictures, christmas parties, you name it! but most importantly?? to The Nutcracker with my hubby, a chance to dress up!

Adele said...

Autumn is my favourite season and I love all the colours, but here in Estonia the most colourful time is already passing... so if I'd get to go whereever I want, I'd go to North America, to the place where the leaves are the most colourful right now. And I'd wear the Train Stop 22 outfit. It's simply beautiful. Girly, yet cozy; autumn-ish, but still kinda summery...And the colour combination is amazing. Oh, and since tomorrow is my sweet sixteen, I'd also take all my friends with me and celebrate it with a picnic on the bright fallen leaves... :)

Sarah said...

I love Train stop 28! I'd wear the cardigan on a trip over to Brussels, Belgium in the fall to eat some waffles and see everything I can!

Jweaver said...

How can I just pick one?? I love 8, 11, 19, and 20...
If I had to chose, I think I would go with 8.. I love the blush color of the dress paired with the mustard tights and dark grey cardigan. It speaks feminine and fall. Where would I go? I want to say Brooklyn, New York because I just recently moved and I miss it terribly, but I would love to wear this to a vineyard in Spain, or walking down the streets of Oslo. Can we pick more than one stop?

Traveling Mama said...

I'm going to Paris next week and would love to take #8! Somehow I think the macarons would taste better!

katie said...

Train Stop #3 would be great to wear to dinner with my hubby over in the dinner car as we traveled through the mountains, like in an old movie.

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Rebekah said...

Number 35! Gorgeous. I would be on my way to Fort William, Scotland.

Meggo said...

I love outfit number 1. I would wear it on a trip to NYC. I can see myself hoping in and out of cabs all around the city. If we are going farther i would take it to italy and site see all day in flat then put on the heels for a night out on the town. I love the mustard top and the purple tights!

siilenti said...

I would wear the Train Stop 10 outfit and I would go to Ireland! My family is from there and the earthy colors of the dress and forest green wedges are perfect for Ireland!

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Jessica R said...

Train Stop 13! I may have to buy every piece, this look is fantastic! @jessica_radloff

Amber said...

Train Stop #29. I would be traveling down the western coastline of Italy. Stopping in the small towns along the way to visit the local markets and eat the fabulous cuisine available. This time of year there's a nip in the air that says, "layer up" and if there is one thing Italian people know, it is how to dress up everyday. Whether they are just working or going out for the night. This outfit would make me stand out with it's ruffling and bright yellow.

The Thrifty Life for Me said...

Train Stop #25! I think I should wear it to Europe! :)

Kate and Sabry said...

Train Stop #32! I would wear it in France!

NinjaCupcake said...

Trainstop #24. Perfect for grabbing the train in Italy and slowly making your way to Milan for a little shopping. I love the addition of the shawl and the arm warmers so you'd be comfortable in any weather!

Urban Wife said...

Train Stop #25 is my favorite. It matches perfectly with my eyes and would be perfect for a night at the symphony.

AlexBarrier1 said...

I would chose train stop 32. I would be setting off on a journey to open a new chapter in my life. I would leave everything in my old life behind me to follow my dreams. My confidence is present in the way I dress and how I present myself, but I am nervous for what is to come. Even though I'm nervous, in my heart I know that I am following my biggest dreams, and everything is going to be alright.

rebecca said...

I would wear trainstop 31 on a walk through the city with my husband. He's never been to NY and we are going soon. The poncho jacket would be warm and chic and the mary jane wedges in forest green would be comfy for walking and are the perfect fall color. It would be magical.

jana said...

I love Trainstop 7. The combination of the colours with the plaid: LOVE! not to mention i love layers, and tights. you definitely don't want to be cold when you're out wandering about!!
I'd wear it to Scotland. I'd be warm, stylish, and fitting in with the plaid/tartan!
:)

jana

The Powder Room said...

Train Stop 13 speaks to my traveling heart. I picture my self walking down the ancient cobble stone streets of Cusco, Peru with my hands running along the Inca walls as I am on my way to the Hiram Bingham train where I will depart on my 3 hour train ride to the beautiful city of Aguas Calientes that resides at the base of Machu Picchu, from there I will take a bus up to the majestic mountain to where I will marvel at the ancient Inca Empire that ruled centuries ago and sketch in my notebook of a world that use to be.

Kim Grey said...

I would absolutely love to wear the yellow dress from Train Stop 29! I'm envisioning wearing it with my purple beaded flats, and going to a winery in the beautiful Barossa wine region in South Australia, when I return there, to be with my wonderful fiance, in December. It will be summer there, at that time of year. This dress is like sunshine! It would be as lovely as a dream.

Tina said...

Train Stop 13 would be perfect to wear while enjoying rustic french cuisine at Cocotte inside the Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore.

Rachel said...

Train Stop 26. It is the piece that most reminds me of the lavishness and beauty of Indian Sari's and that's where I want to go back to, India. Some of my fondest memories are on the trains in India viewing the countryside, the people, the cities flashing by as I made my way down to the Southern tip. Trains will forevermore be my favorite way to travel.

Alexis said...

Train Stop 8. I think I would wear that outfit to see one of my favorite bands, Abandon Kansas, play an acoustic set in Wichita later this month. The beautiful colors really stand out to me and would be nice for a chilly fall night.

Bonnie said...

Train stop 3. Simply Elegant and supperbly stylish. But not over-the-top in either department. I would wear this lovely outfit, sitting next to my husband, on a romantic train journey from the heart of Paris to the French countryside, all the way to the South Of France. He would shyly put his hand on my knee and I would blush *as I still do after 13 years of marriage* and dip my head to that my little pink hat covered my eyes rather demurely like! Those gorgeous poetic licence heels would do rather grandly too and be so very chic. Ah yes...I can see the translucent light filtering down onto the platform, as we boarded the train and I can hear the "Bonjour Madame" as we find our seats. The neese embellished bangles would clang together as I reach up to adjust my magenta hat and smile sweetly at my man...

Hayley Rey said...

Something about train stop 13 says pacific northwest to me. Perhaps a trip to Seattle where I can stroll through pike place market and stop at the crumpet shop for tea and crumpets drenched in honey. Then, I could find the perfect coffee shop to curl up with my favorite book, undoubtedly with rain against the windows. The elegance of the lace paired with the cozy sweater (and probably add some tights under those shorts for Seattle ;)) provides the perfect mix for Seattle chic.

Paige S said...

I love train stop 29! I can see myself wearing it on a roadtrip to California! The look itself is so simple yet so chic and just seems to perfectly fit the California atmosphere.

shannonmarie said...

Train Stop #13 definitely caught my eye. I view the #13 much differently than most people, as I recognize that it is anything but unlucky. In fact, Friday the 13th is considered a day of change, like when my son was born (he's a Friday the 13th baby).

I now have two kids that keep me youthful. I can't imagine traveling without them. In this fun, playful (yet still sophisticated outfit), I can take them on a trip to a "Neverland" of sorts, showing them the sites that I like.

My version would include a stop at Disney World for some traditional kid-friendly activities, but I'd also enjoy exploring the rest of the world, as well. We'd have no responsibilities, just spending time together.

I love how Shop Ruche makes old styles new and fresh again, while wanderlust fulfills our desire to discover. Thanks for coming up with this inspiring giveaway.

shannonmarie said...

Btw, I love that most of the styles are completely vegan :-)

becca said...

#22 all the way!!

Jana Floyd said...

Train Stop 4 draws me in. I'm not sure exactly what it is that attracts me to this look, but this is my favorite. I love the extra attention to detail. Wearing this look, I am on my way to a romantic evening with my husband - to a cafe and theatre in a dreamy little European village.

tinatre said...

I love the look of Tran Stop 29. The colors are so pretty and the looks is so romantic and comfortable. If I could I would wear it to the South of France visiting the old cities vineyards. I'm thinking ala Meg Ryan in French Kiss.

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Rebecca Jane said...

I have to say that Train Stop 15 is my favourite look. I would happily wear this to hop on the train to Montreal to see The Civil Wars in Concert (which I am actually doing in a couple of weeks!)

sarah elizabeth joy said...

My favorite train stop outfit is #22. It's quintessential England train garb. This outfit + a rainy day in the UK. Sigh.

Katie said...

Train Stop 9 is by far my favorite, although all of them are beautiful! My family's moving to Amsterdam in June. I've lived there before, but years ago, and loved it. I would wear it for my first day touring the city.

I'm so impressed by the lookbook!
xo

Kristen Fiegl said...

In love with Train Stop 35! So beautiful and would look beautiful in our family picture on the beach by the pier :)

Amanda said...

I would wear train stop #22, it would be my reward for when I make my goal weight. I would wear it on a trip to London, tour the museums, have high tea and take in the sights! Then at the end of the day head to a Blitz Party and dance the night away it would fit in wonderful with the 40's theme! <3 it!

Eddie said...

Train Stop 9; the autumn colors, mix of textures, and versatility of these outfits have me in love. I can picture being in them in a train steaming across Bavaria, through the Alps and the Bohemian Forest.

Alice Cyder said...

Train stop 24 is absolutely gorgeous, though it was hard to chose a favorite. With that outfit I imagine myself back on the train to Bath, England to visit the Jane Austen museum for high tea on the top floor as I did once earlier this year. My outfit that time had been no where near has fantastic as any listed in the Wonderlust collection, and if I ever get the chance to make the trip again, I hope it's in something as scrumptious as the outfits in the collection.

Jordan said...

Train stop 22. My husband and I began our romance while I was at college in Florida and he was traveling in Prague, playing violin in a strings ensemble. He would call me from phone booths and one night he even stuck the phone outside so I could hear "what rain in Prague sounds like." Be still my heart! We have a dream of exploring Prague together one day! Outfit 22 would be perfect for a day of discovering the city of spires!

NOLAJamie said...

I would done the outfit from train stop 12 - stylish in comfort, a charming boyish flair but still with a delicate lovely look. I would be adventuring onwards through Japan, seeking the historical and contemporary sites, taking in the flavors and customs of a captivating and rich culture.

Lydia Darrah-Traugott said...

Train stop 29! I'd wear it on the vacation I've always dreamed off - London - to visit anything Sherlock Holmes related, as well as to taste real English tea & biscuits! It might be a little quaint, but it would be a brilliant inspiration for another novel - which would star a heroine in a sun-yellow dress, adventuring in a big city....

Jamie M. said...

I adore Tain Stop 3. I love my hats, and that is a beautiful color for one. I would strut my stuff in Manhattan in that outfit, and hit up a swanky little bar from years gone by that had a piano player.

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