Wearable Wednesday Thom Browne


‘Kids, your Uncle Marvin has been so lonely for a long time. He’s bringing a girl to Thanksgiving and I want you all to make a special effort to be nice to her and her friends.’

‘Mom, she’s here- and Grannie Fran just accused her of trying to steal the good placemats- I think you need to come out here’

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‘Honestly Becky! I can’t leave the gravy right now! Go fill up the nut cups- what now???’

‘Ma- she’s not wearing a top- well, not on both sides-‘

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but one of them is wearing a lamp shade and maybe some tiny chickens-‘

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Stop being a brat- go show them my Elvis collectable plates and my spoons from all 50 states!’

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‘Whats Pogo so upset about? Whats all that barking? Go see!’

‘Mom- Pogo thinks her Coat Is alive- he’s cowering under the table now’

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‘Don’t keep running in here! Its rude! Go offer her an iced tea….and see if she brought the centerpiece for the table’

‘But Mom- I think she’s wearing it…’

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‘Mom- Uncle Marvin is taking the brandy and leaving without her…..’

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37 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Thom Browne

  1. Ahh family get-togethers! I really like the patchwork tweed skirt and fitted dress but that’s about it! The rest were costumes for children’s party entertainers – maybe that was the theme? The couture clown.

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  2. LOL. This collection is hilarious! There are some pieces in there that I would wear without all the ridiculousness: The fitted dress on the model carrying the yellow flowers, maybe the coat and the jacket in the first picture. I don’t think I would wear them both at the same time though.

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  3. Combine Rasta and Chanel? Brilliant! This is taking whimsy to a whole new level! The fabrics are all quality but used in the wrong way except for the plastic which is finally used in the right way as a raincoat. Bizarre but fun and I say Uncle Marvin is in for a bumpy ride!

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  4. Well, it’s colourful – I’ll give it that. I have to say, the attached-butterfly-ensemble (feathers, right?) is so ridiculously far-fetched that it would be worth wearing just for the extreme fun of it. Couture clowns, indeed. But I do like that tweed fit-and-flared dress. Reminds me of an OOP Claire Schaeffer pattern – Vogue 7966

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  5. Piper Springs says:

    I adore a good dose of whimsy in fashion, but the pants on the first model have some serious fit issues in the crotch, and that will not do.

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  6. My personal favorite is the last one, perfect for the woman with 4 arms! I mean, I’ve always wanted an extra set of hands, but I’m not coordinated enough to use them, so I suppose it’s good I don’t have them, but this jacket is just perfect for whatever woman happens to have those extra appendages, so kudos to this designer for being so accommodating. 😉

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  7. Words really do fail me on this one. I would be interested to know what substances the designer was imbibing and who he thinks might actually purchase these garments, apart from Edina Monsoon that is!

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  8. Susan C says:

    If you rake all the crap off the surface, it’s all classic shapes and patterns. I guess they thought no one would want to wear it unless it came with black daisy glasses. I love the fitted dress!

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