Wednesday, December 21

Urban hypothermia is on the way out

Tsk tsk tsk. Young girls playing risky games with their kidneys. We're talking about IV drips here, ladies! Sure he'll bring you back his place when you're all hot and skimpy, but he won't respect you enough in the morning to call an ambulance for you. This season staying warm and dry is "in" and urban hypothermia is "out". More things you need to know about this trend:

OUT: loud gaudy tops that bare a good portion of the torso
IN: simplistic coats that give a teasing glimpse of what lies beneath

OUT: Camel toe inducing hotpants with bare legs
IN: Sturdy leather short shorts with the tallest boots you can find

OUT: Floral ballerina dresses with necklines designed for crooked boob jobs. Minimal accessories.
IN: Floral ballerina dresses which cover up cosmetic surgery malpractice. Overaccessorizing.

OUT: Flimsy plastic raincoats that provide little warmth or cover
IN: Thick and vibrant wool ponchos that overwhelm your personal space

OUT: Cleavage-baring dresses cut down to there
IN: High-necked sweaters that have excellent stretch

This has been a public service announcement.

Another blog to visit: Preludes and Nocturnes - Seeing as this whole Thesis-Writing-Fiasco continues, I'd like a little bit of my own writing somewhere. This will also serve as a great early warning system for when I'm about to throw my computer off the grad office balcony.


At 1:54 AM, Blogger sfmike said...

Where on earth did you find these scary, scary "fashion" photos?

At 2:12 PM, Blogger julia said...

i just can't stop staring at the camel toe. it's like a car crash. must. look. away.

At 12:48 AM, Blogger Spirit Fingers said...

The pics are from the recent International Young Fashion Designers Competition. Unfortunately I don't think any of these designs won.

At 1:17 AM, Anonymous La BellaDonna said...

I quite like the Origami Elf Coat. If it actually closed in front, like a, like a, well, like a coat, it would be a fun garment to have. It looks as if it's good for hours of entertainment.


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