Disliking the overall effect

This is the sort of flat statement you (meaning “I”) just don’t see that often:

I mean, this is someone who can wear almost anything and make it look wonderful. So I had to find out where she draws the line, and apparently it’s here:

Tulle-Skirt Overall Dress by Urban Renewal

Now admittedly this probably skews a little young for a married woman with a J.D., but — oh, hell, I don’t know. Talk it up amongst yourselves.


  1. Mark Alger »

    26 November 2013 · 1:44 pm

    I’m no fashionista, but I think I get what the target was here. But…

    No. Doesn’t work.


  2. Jess »

    26 November 2013 · 2:02 pm

    Taylor Swift could pull that one off, but only in a video…and with a really, really good song.

  3. Brian J. »

    26 November 2013 · 3:08 pm

    I dunno, that could work after the collapse of civilization.

  4. CGHill »

    26 November 2013 · 3:13 pm

    Which should be … Monday, maybe?

  5. Roger Green »

    26 November 2013 · 4:31 pm

    It’d work as a costume but not to wear for ANY normal occasion.

  6. canadienne »

    26 November 2013 · 10:54 pm

    I notice that most of the commenters are guys. All I said was, in my best George Takei voice, was “Oh, my….”

  7. canadienne »

    26 November 2013 · 11:18 pm

    …and the general reaction among my female friends was hilarity.

  8. McGehee »

    27 November 2013 · 12:28 am

    The target market for most costumes like that is catalog models.

  9. Tatyana »

    27 November 2013 · 11:54 am

    It came straight from the 80’s disco video clips, I think – remember how Madonna used to look like?

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