I’ve always had the want to do something like this girl is…but I have lived in 1 of the smallest towns ever (pop.250.) I’m supposin’ that “EITHER I’D HAVE STARTED A WHOLE NEW PO-DUNK FAD, BEEN LAUGHED DIRECTLY OUT OF TOWN, OR PERHAPS I SHOULD’VE GONE HOME 2 DROP OFF MY PURCHASES & THEN KEPT GOIN’ 2 THE GOLF COURSE IN iDAVILLE,OR….right??!
Just can’t agree Scott, wearing all designer threads at once does not make you stylish just expensive. This outfit would have benefited from the old jewellery adage; then just take one piece off before you leave home.
I guess effortlessly chic is not in vogue – I donÂ´t see much of that lately on your blog. Everyone is trying too hard – overexerting themselves to stand out and sometimes with not so good results. This is a clear case of overkill for me.
The fashion crowd got really, really frightened by “normcore” which is kind of another word for slow fashion, and people wearing sensible good quality, but not ostentatious brands, and clothing that is not instantly recognizable as being from a certain brand and season. The idea of simple good quality clothing, and an effortless style that emphasized the beauty of the person, rather then them simply being a coat rack for “it” items, which would need to be thrown out after a few wears made them desperate. So they did their best to villefy normcore as being anything from classist to being boring, and brought back this silly crap. HEY! If you don’t have a felt statement choker that take 10 cents to make, but retails for 20K you are not doing it right!