If I Had To Wear One Outfit Everyday For The Rest of My Life, This Would Be It
November 7, 2010
Because of the Bergdorf Goodman window challenge, I’ve quite taken a liking toward Polyvore and so I pieced together several virtual looks yesternight and with the one above concluded that if I had to wear one outfit everyday for the rest of my life, this would be it.
Reason with me for a moment.
1. Birth Control Glasses are dapper, even more so when paired with an elegant dress.
2. I sweat this very Versus bondage dress. It is worth $2,500, so even if I didn’t want to wear it every day, I would likely have to. Which is fine. Dominatrix bonus point: the satin is so thick it almost looks leather. I don’t think this is a Man Repeller, but when a man weighed in (last Sunday at Opening Ceremony to be exact,) he said “I’ll make you a cage. You can wear that. My treat.”
3. While Amelia Earhart was an aviatorista, I think I could give her a run for her money in the 3.1 Philip Lim jacket that is so characteristic of Fall 2010 I may or may not regret my decision to wear it everyday for the rest o’my life.
4. And finally, Thakoon leather wedges with a wooden heel. They win a matching point re: my jacket. Spring forward, fall back. Leather and wood make them multi-seasonal but the real reason I chose them is because it is slowly becoming evident that every Thakoon shoe is designed with a female genital in mind. I’ll swipe to that.
(That was a credit card joke, do you get it?)
Impractical? Yes, but when has fashion ever been about function? Together, the outfit is so incoherent, it’s perfect.