Dear Kristin,You're right. This is/will be easier. Now we can share all our inner and outer most secrets on the internet.
The almost glowing, florescent makeup! The green screen! The off-putting dance moves! The 90s! They are as back as can be – think Buffy in leather pants,
chunky knits Claire Danes (okay, Angela Chase) would be happy to hide under,
and camel coats and blazers in slightly oversized, easy (read: ill-fitting) forms.
That's Chloe, Fall RTW 2010, found on style.com
And you know where this is headed. That's right, Elaine Benes wear:
Or make that Seinfeld style, because all of these folks are looking pretty good to me. And, as it turns out, The New York Times agrees! Hooray forvalidation! I only discovered this article while picture-hunting, which is neither here nor there, but it does (probably, I haven't read it) make me feel important and on-the-cusp and hungry for floral prints. Here's what I'm thinking: this is the old 90s with a dash of some newfound irreverence and (hopefully) a world more body-consciousness. I mean, we're still living out the Herve Leger bondage dress.
I'm done with frumpy-for-fashion's-sake. Or at least that's the hope. And, nineties or no nineties, I think we need these:
Do we like this? It's our Bon Iver boy, Justin Vernon. Does that change things for us? Do we inevitably like it by virtue of our already wanting to marry him (Vegas-style, to be annulled when/if necessary)? I will now create a comments sections for your feedback and general enjoyment.