Yow! Parsing this outfit makes my brain hurt. Is that a ruffly shirt under a super-relaxed boyfriend cardie, under a - whatever the heck it is - glittery thingie? And topped by a bomber hat on steriods?It's as if J.Crew's ad budget had been cut to the bone, and some bright light in marketing said, "I know, let's just get ALL the trends into one ensemble."Bleh.
You know how they say, "look in the mirror and take off one thing"? If she lost the long cardie, it would be the kind of wacky-cute costume lithe, very oung women can carry off. In the rest of the holiday catalog the styling is pretty wacky too, some of which I enjoyed.
The J.Crew stylists seem to throw a lot of random bits together. Sometimes it totally works ... other times, ya get this.
I think they were trying to save money and show all their products at once LOL!
J Crew: longer and leaner with every passing year. The only things that fit my proportions (5'4, hourglass) are the bangles.
This is taking "haute" to a new low!! ;)
This J.Crew seems to be a big name over there. I have no idea where to place it in my category of designers. I have some pieces from Dries van Noten, Boss, Burburry, Ralph Lauren, Armani and likes, but I kind of get the feeling, that J.Crew produces more likely for masses. Please correct me, if I´m wrong.
Oh, this is wretched. I so don't get the furry hats as fashion -- if you're actually outside in subzero weather, fine, but I hate how they're being passed off as chic.
You are VERY funny. Your hedline makes me lol.25 percent off, hmmmm.Have a lovely, Happy Thanksgiving.Tishx
Unless it is -40 degrees (identical at Celsius and Fahrenheit, by the way) or you are a Northern Indigenous person such as an Inuit or a Northern Cree, such fur hats look ridiculous (fur is more effective for Arctic warmth on the INSIDE and edging of such garments, by the way). That looks very sloppy. Isn't J Crew a brand Michelle Obama favours? If they are as lean as Arabella says, don't know how she could fit into them - Ms Obama is certainly tall and slim in the sense of being athletic and firm, but not lean like Mr O. Pity, as a lot of shoppers count on catalogues and internet now to find something quality that fits and doesn't look wannabe-teenagerish.
Hilarious!I believe clothing merchandisers do this on purpose, because at heart they detest women.A corollary to this theory: mass clothing designers get together every year and cook up some new ungodly element that will dominate the market; they also clear out anything that might look OK on a normal human being. Videlicet: the Hallowe'en orange we recently saw everywhere, and a few years ago the ubiquitous, hideous chartreuse that haunted clothing stores from Penny's to Ralph Lauren.Whaddaya bet we won't be able to get away from stupid-looking fur or fake-fur this winter?
Dites moi vos pensées...