Wearable Wednesday Barbara Casasola


Hmmm…..I wonder what it looks like inside out. Oh, it is inside out. Oopsie.

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What does all this do when I sit?

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Its like a formal window.

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and here it is without shades…

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Ok, I’m dry. All I can see is whatever that is that seems to be glueing her armpits down. What the what?

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This is interesting, but can she move her arms?

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This top is working for me- but maybe it should be in an animal print….of course it should!

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Its like a sheer Quaker suit.

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33 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Barbara Casasola

  1. Shar says:

    Best line – ‘and here it is without shades’. I almost lost my coffee on that one! (Although I really like the color of the skirt). Have a great Thanksgiving Anne!

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  2. Lynn says:

    OMG! My eyes! My eyes!

    Okay, seriously? I’d like to get a hold of some of that windowpane sheer, especially the orange. Trust that I would line it properly. I like the last skirt, although the lining (Oh, thank you! Thank you!) looks a little bit… “how does she walk in that thing?”

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  3. mrsmole says:

    I’m with Erin on the fabric choices…it looks like someone got lost in the Home Dec section of the store and bought drapery shears and stiff silks meant to reupholster chairs instead of bodies. It helps to have very flat chested models. Great idea for pants…one leg doesn’t have to match the other…great way, Ladies, to use up scrap fabrics!

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  4. I nearly spewed OJ at “here it is without the shades”, but then my nipples started to hurt in sympathy. You know that stuff has to be scratchtastic.

    Overall, this isn’t ready for prime time. I do have to wonder, why is it that women designers struggle so much with flattering the female form? I mean, I get why men might struggle, but I really feel that a woman should know better. Know what I mean?

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  5. It must be hard to get that just-right swagger going, the one between what looks good, and what feels good to wear ~ just hoping none of these girls where OCD in the comfort department … or maybe that was the problem in the nipple number ~ too uncomfortable to actually wear the selected design to go under the top, so she just whipped it off … as you do … J

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  6. Looks mostly unwearable to me. And hte models? Look like they need a months good sleeping and eating! They all look ill! Or maybe they are just miserable having to model uncomfortable clothes and bare their bodies in unecessary ways? To me, if the model looks miserable then the clothes look miserable. You lose your soul having to model like this.

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  7. The satin trousers and top are really quite lovely, but a lot of the other stuff looks like its made out of the foam stuff my kids make Santa pictures out of. Except the scratchy windowpane of course. I’m lost for words about that. Good job we have you!

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