Wearable Wednesday Gabriele Colangelo

This is doing proportionately cruel  things to Miss Ramone.


Ladies and Gentlemen, please follow me in an orderly line to the bomb shelter. The apocalypse is nigh- those are stirrup pants!?


Rhonda was a free spirit- unpredictable. Moss actually grew on her north side.


After 3 weeks of living in the windy city and having to weave her coat closed very day, Fiona was spotted outside a charity shop at 3am leaving a grey pile by the door.


Be careful what you wish for Anna Wintour- these are lined sheer pants.


When it says ‘no tumble dry’- I suggest you listen.


Longaberger sponsored this collection, huh.


Shortly before her expulsion from St Pesticles, Leslie sported all the uniform ties of her conquests- not an eighth form boy was properly dressed that day.


photo credits: vogue.com

30 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Gabriele Colangelo

  1. Mel says:

    Disproportionate Miss Ramone might be a Mr., no? I would actually wear the Longaberger basket dress. It doesn’t have the weird flowing strips like the ones tied to electric fans.


  2. Just the thing to cheer up a November day, drab colour, shapeless styling, random moss growth and tapes to dangle in the rain and flap moistly between your calves when you stroll to the shops. Nice!

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  3. Rags. It’s all nothing but rags. The “Longaberger” is the bright spot. I found myself wondering what it would look like with a contrasting color slip underneath then with a bit of a shock I thought, “WTH is wrong with me?!” I’m definitely insufficiently caffeinated.


  4. susan snow says:

    The designer must have been having hallucinations about a car wash, those flaps definitely look like that. If they were longer they could be dipped in soap and water and wash the floor while the models danced around …….

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  5. Several things strike me: the stirrup pants, as already mentioned; the extraordinarily long neck of Miss Ramone; the extraordinarily low boobs of Leslie; and I have a coat which needs to be woven shut, so how trendy am I (although I don’t wear it any more)?


  6. Poor Rhonda…even her pocket has been sewn shut and Lord knows if her stirrup pants have a pocket for her cell phone which she will need to call for help. Maybe these fashions do double duty at a car wash? Imagine the gals working in the sweat shop…weaving and weaving and in the end just letting everything below the waist just flow freely as in Leslie’s re-cycled tie concoction…oh my!

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  7. I do like that basket weave and that moss dress, but otherwise, they all kinda look like the same outfit to me. Not one I would wear. OH and ‘Moss actually grew on her north side.’ β˜ΊπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜…πŸ˜†πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚


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