Wearable Wednesday- Electric Feathers


Todays designer likens this collection to easy travel wear. I see it, I do. I also see what happens after the plane crashes and you scour other peoples luggage for useables and steal all the parachutes- see what I mean?


This lovely top originally seperated coach and business class


Ok, how is this staying on? I can’t walk 5 feet in a towel and she’s prancing about in a halter diaper?!


Are those luggage straps?


For casual nights tending the SOS fires-


Your purse also doubles as a life preserver!


I like this one-


I do wish I could rock billowy, but I’d just look like a bouncey castle….


I appreciate that even after the crash, she still accesorizes-


Not one bra in anyones luggage?



photo credits: style.com, google images. All images remain the property of their original owners.

64 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday- Electric Feathers

  1. I kind of sort of maybe like the last one, you know if it was 1995, I were Kate Moss, dating Johnny Depp and incredibly, incredibly high. Did I mention high? You’re still stuck on Johnny Depp in 1995, aren’t you? Me too. JOHNNY, I MISS YOU! Wait, what were we talking about? Harem diapers. Secksi. You know you’re just jealous.


  2. Wow, have I found my true style? Actually, for once I didn’t laugh … I really liked most of these, and appreciated the concepts of the ones I wasn’t crazy about. Where did you find these? ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you. I will now go pitch a tent in Nature, and wear it from time to time.


  3. lol, oh my word – underwear was definitely missing from the luggage! I like the print on the first one, other than that, they’re all pretty unflattering to anyone who isn’t tall & skinny!


  4. I really can’t see anyone getting away with wearing this lot in my small town. Although I also like the lemon coloured dress you pointed out. Strangely wearable in a herd of nots.
    Your title had me concerned for all the birdlife – it was such a relief to see it wasn’t a problem. Not for birds anyway ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. As I scrolled through and read, I was enjoying the post, but no laughs until
    I got to the ,”not one bra in anyone’s luggage” comment and I burst out laughing! You never fail, thanks for my Wednesday morning laugh ๐Ÿ™‚


  6. The background for this shoot is unsettling….seems like they are taking photos somewhere in my hometown!!! When I saw the first photo, I was expecting the whole group to do Abbey Rd shots. Collection itself is too Keira Knightley for me. Thanks for sharing


  7. Shar says:

    I could have used this as inspiration in college – 7 ways to refashion your laundry bag! I’d wear a few of these looks if I was 5′ 10″ and 90 pounds.


  8. mrsmole says:

    From the construction time that these garments needed…other than the tan dress with pockets…the only almost wearable thing….one could whip up any of them in less than an hour from start to finish…now if only Vogue would come out with patterns for these lounge clothes….NOT! The parachute dress is strangely attractive.


  9. Oooo sparkly!

    Sorry, got distracted. Most of this collection looks like someone who does not know how to sew just grabbed a few bedsheets and draped and tied them about the models. I do sort of like the colors in the second pic. Let me have those sheets and I’ll make something out of them.


  10. Wow, some things I could make myself, at age ten even! Now, I happen to like the sailor look and I will admit, I WISH I could do billowy, but not this particular billowy collection. Having said that though, if they gave me any of those garments I’d take them. The fabrics are obviously mostly in tact and can be used again! Maybe that’s the point. A new collection can be made each year from the old collection, just billow it in a different way!?


  11. LOL – “halter diaper” – hopefully not the newest trend to stick!! I don’t want to see those all over public transit and the local pisswah LOL.

    They do such a nice job of visually convincing me that these loose billowy styles are a good idea; however I know what happens when I wear stuff like that and frankly, I’ll take those miles of pretty silk and do something else with it, thank YOU! ^__^


  12. i really like some of the billow-y-stuff although perhaps a bit less sheer!!

    btw, I watched Pretty In Pink for the first time ever last night. Thought of you! Not sure how that lil’gem has managed to pass me by all these years!


  13. LOL…this was great, and just what I needed as I spend an hour + diddling around with the Apple folks trying to get my access to my apple ID restored! Definitely needed a laugh!

    I liked that little dress you did…the rest were just perfectly captioned!

    Ahhh…it’s just not Wed without your Wearables post!


  14. Hmmm, there are many aspects of all these outfits that I really love! But, something about the execution and fit is too over the top for being “wearable”. Although I JUST finished my culottes and they look like the ones in pic#3 although even baggier! So, we’ll see what happens when I photograph and blog them tomorrow. ๐Ÿ™‚


  15. Hahaha I love this post so much! These clothes are horrendous to me and also UNWEARABLE! I am chuckling imagining myself wearing these. I think you’d have to do all those weird dynamic poses just to get some shape/fitting out of them.


  16. Hilarious commentary! I’m probably admitting to dubious taste and utter impracticality in saying I kind of like them, with just a few modifications, I think they’d work for someone.


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