March 10, 2016

"The fall 2016 Undercover show began with models dressed in long, nubby cardigans, furry trousers, fuzzy slippers and photo-printed shirts."

"They cuddled into big furry jackets and toted handbags that looked like pillows. They were somnambulating beauties.  A concrete jungle had been transformed into a fanciful forest. And the message for the curious consumer is that fashion is getting ever easier and more comfortable. So you might as well relent and buy a pair of fuzzy house shoes and wear them to the market...."

Writes Robin Givhan — sorry it's WaPo again, and I know you don't have a subscription — about some pretty amazing clothes. Example:

14 comments:

Meade said...

Krampus.

LarsPorsena said...

I like her antlers..the hooves not so much.

Eric the Fruit Bat said...

I'm glad to see that sexual fetish-wear has finally gotten away from that nasty leather strap and black latex bondage stuff.

MadisonMan said...

That butterscotch color is back? Ugh.

n.n said...

The "deer in a headlights" fashion is back in style. The wardrobes were emptied and recycled for a new generation that pays homage to the pajama boys and girls of gen O.

rehajm said...

Miss Snuffleupagus.

Laslo Spatula said...

She's got camel-toe on her toes.

I am Laslo.

LordSomber said...

Amazingly atrocious.

Christy said...

I love it! Very reminiscent of the pagan ritual of the wild hunt where Arthur wore the stag horns and captured the disguised Morgana, his half sister, and unknowing completed the fertility ritual that gave us Mordred.

robinintn said...

Lumpy bedroom-wear. Hillary inspired.

mikee said...

We will all be wearing Mao jackets and pants once Hillary is president. Or else.

JB71-AZ said...

That looks like a sweater my mother really liked.

When she was 93...

PBandJ_LeDouanier said...

Can't folks read WaPo and NYT in private browsing w/o any limit?

Hammond X. Gritzkofe said...

Clothing to avoid during hunting season.