Wearable Wednesday J W Anderson


Someone call the paramedics- I think he shoulders  have come out of their joints while trying to escape this ghastly sweater?!

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Oh no! I left the iron on the bodice! I know! I’ll stitch a whimsical cloud over the charred area! Phew! No one will ever notice!

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The ushers suspected that Irma was sneaking food into the theatre, but they had no idea how…..

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Thigh gap at its strangest.

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Maybe it’s better without the jacket…..no. It’s not.

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No, don’t explain- let’s just pretend I never saw this. Oh- and give me back my pomeranian.

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No. This jacket cannot save the rest of the collection, but it is a nice try.

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Now one more thing my little chickadees! Please let me know by the end of the week if you wish to be a Jungle January Swapper! I hope to give out partners when I return from Sandringham.

 

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55 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday J W Anderson

  1. You got to give it to W….he/she is really into storage and stowaway compartments! Taking a second look at those black pants…those are zippers and not just pinstripes….yikes! Forget the Pomeranian, what have you done with my white rabbit Mr. Fluffy?

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  2. sewbussted says:

    Well, great minds think alike 😉 I saw this collection recently and actually thought about sending a link as I knew it would be perfect for Wearable Wednesday. That’s all it’s perfect for 😉

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  3. danvillegirl says:

    I am speechless! Where and why would you wear some of these garments? The black leather coat/jacket had promise but as you said it did not make up for the rest of the garments.

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  4. Jen (NY) says:

    I get that some collections are “editorial,” but this is just ugly. I usually try to find something interesting at least, but even the shoes are bad here. Ugh.

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  5. Are some of them wearing bells on their ankles? No doubt an ironic nod to the noble art of Morris Dancing.
    Really looking forward to JJ, I’m not swapping (thank you very much for asking) but I am plotting!
    Enjoy Sandringham and remember to smile at the commoners on you way back from church on Christmas morning.

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  6. UGH…If I promised to make a REALLY tacky and completely pointless collection – just like this – will someone fund ME? Promise not to use creepy animals parts…!

    Merry Christmas to all, and may your handmade gifts be fought over and raved about 🙂 Happy Holidays!

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  7. Uhm.. This is just, yeah. I can see the benefits of that pillow-as-a-collar though. Imagine having a secret pillow to take a quick nap when that boring co-worker starts yet another monologue at a work meeting, for example!

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  8. Truly and completely VILE. Nothing funny to say, it’s just HUGLY. If wild jungly florals can count towards Jungle January’s Sabre-Toothed Swap, count me in [can’t afford any non-SWAP buying for now, but I do have a little something.] Happy to post to UK & Europe. Maychmaker, matchmaker, make me a match!

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  9. Agnes says:

    In a last ditch effort to get myself off the Naughty List, let me say I like the pocketbook. There. Also, model # 3 gets a pass because she’s obviously suffered some terrible injury that makes it necessary for her to bring a heating pad wherever she goes.

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  10. Me and my beloved family have been playing board games and drinking copious amounts of sangria over the Christmas break. When I saw these I thought the sangria had caught up with me, but no, it was the shock of these designs that made me feel nausea. Agree with dougstubber that it was hard to determine the gender of these models. Could go on a rant/question thing here about whether models get to change their mind about their contract when they find out what the designer wants to do with their hair/face as well as when they find out what asked to wear. In for JJ. Will have to look at what is involved with the swap.

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