But, my oh my, those uncomfortable seventees clogs.............
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In theory, I agree, Jan, but there's nothing there that a woman could not wear (except perhaps the awful footwear).janrok wrote: The more mens skirts the better.
I rather liked this dress:
I have to say that the sleeve length does not really work to my eyes. I guess the sleeves could easily be rolled up for a more masculine look (and a more practical length for me) or they could be shortened fairly easily. Of course, whether I could get Carole to accept it might be a whole different kettle of fish.
I would also be interested to see some more pictures of this:
Is it a skirt or a dress? As a skirt I'd rather like that for a change from solid colours without being too "patterny".
Sadly, I suspect that neither would be affordable in my budget or available in my (unfashionable) size.
PS Both pictures are clickable for larger images.
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The dress at 4' 52" is good. Probably the best of the collection. Don't particularly like the legwarmers and shoes, but it would go nicely with a pair of black ankle boots and black opaque hose/knee-highs.
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Then again, haute couture fashions aren't generally designed for everyday wear, and designers need to do something different than last year's ladies' off-the-rack. But at least Owens is keeping the men-in-skirts concept in the public eye.
I wonder how these designs are selling. Anybody know where to check that? I tried googling, "Rick Owens men skirt sales" but didn't get anything that looked like sales figures.