Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Miss Glamourai..... Don't!

I am checking out the scene of some of forever21's vintage look to see what I can find on the whole lace ordeal and I find a horror to my demise: Miss Glamourai... sigh.. I don't know what to say about that except that the whole outfit she had on was a horror to look at from the perspective of an alternative-styling girl. It's strange how fashion stores have decided that the new "hot" look is to wear all sorts of textiles that don't exactly compliment each other. If any of you agree please, go ahead, dare to see it before your eyes:


In a certain aspect her hair is rocking.... Sort of reminds me of that Garbage video, "Androgyny" with Shirley Manson all in that rocking haircut. And the shoes, it can use a twist. But really the feather on the skirt? The pathetic excuse of a picnic blanket you call a cashmere sweater? It's rather sad. However, the line (Twelve by Twelve)she's wearing has a higher probability to satisfy the lace needs for any alternative styling girl.
(And when I mean alternative-styling, I don't mean "Mod-Chics." I mean the real-tough alternative-styling girls).
In real honesty, nowadays in the crisis the U.S. is in, not many people or rather alternative-styling peoples, can actually afford to blow off 200 bucks at Hot Topic for two shirts, one pair of pants, and a bracelet. Lets face it folks we gotta grab what we can find even if it means going to, (HORROR!), "up-to-date-on-the-latest- fashions" stores. Girlies and of course gentlemen, (if you're reading)

I do recommend going to forever 21 to shop for fancy-dandy clothes that can be similar to what you regularly buy like i.e. lace tops, leopard print cashmere sweaters, ruffle tops (for those dark mysterious outfits), and etc. Don't lose hope! I will help you on your quest for affordable alternative styling clothing. I'm here and I'm on the prowl.


Mudrax said...

I shop at Forever 21!!! It's my favorite store now (aside from H&M) because I can afford the clothes and they're cute! I think Uniqlo is promising too. It's in downtown Manhattan and since it's a Japanese company, I may find some cool stuff that are similar to Harajuku-girl fashion. :D

Miss Bobo said...

It is my favorite store too. Uniqlo sounds familiar maybe I should check that out. I love Harajuku fashion well in the dark perspective anyway