One time, when I went to class in a sailor-inspired 3.1 Phillip Lim top, I had a professor compare it the Puffy Shirt from season five of Seinfeld. It was not meant entirely as a compliment, but joke's on him. Because what was once a weak roast—what was once an object of humiliation—has officially become Fashion. #suckit
Like, "aye, matey" to those accordion-pleated bell sleeves and contrast stitching, right? ::muffled laughter::
A more structured but no less extra version.
As a dress a pioneer schoolmarm would wear (if they could wear white out there before the invention of OxiClean).
Fashion interpreting Henry VIII but also, maybe inadvertently, a '90s sitcom.
Here, we've got the PS as worn by a rock-throwing suffragette who rides penny farthings in her spare time.
You know Elaine would crack up even harder if it were mauve like this. But WHO CARES WHAT YOU THINK, ELAINE?
Under an anorak, it's mainly just some sleeves and a well-proportioned built-in lobster bib.
With studs and a stand-up collar.
Fit for a pirate princess.
Simultaneously more streamlined and more detailed, as only Phoebe Philo can do.
I don't see how this could be unflattering.
Jerry x Baked Potato: A Collaboration.