Wearable Wednesday Christian Siriano

I think the stork had to claw its way out-

Jiffy pop track pants is hard to say-

That divorced lady that all the moms distrusted had this wallpaper in her powder room- tho I promise I never entered her house, Mom. 

Less mariachi, more Mari-yucky.

This is what I wear when I intend to sashay around and say ‘Furthermore!’ A lot. 

This one is Mr Pringles- Christians cats favorite:

What’s more orange? This dress or that chick behind her?

I’d love to see Solange Knowles in this- or Eddie Izzard. I’m not picky.

I love gill couture. You know I do. 

Formal unicycle gear is a bit of a niche market, me thinks. 

When I first saw this, I excitedly thought the embroidery was of a pink shihtzu. I’m kind of sad that I realized it wasn’t. 

14 feet of zipper and she still couldn’t get it over her head.

I’m in love. Tacky wonderful love. Thank you, Mr Siriano!

Photo credits: vogue. Com

24 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Christian Siriano

  1. Jenny says:

    I quite like the black stork panel but not with all the goings on going on around it. How much nicer it would have looked as a surprise on the back of a simple black dress. I also like that last skirt and the ‘furthermore’ outfit. There are odd bits that stand out – like gems at a jumble sale!


  2. Mel says:

    I have wondered about this for some time, like I have nothing else to wonder about, but whatevs. How is it that even plus size models don’t have any tummy fat? It seems like agencies and designers pick a certain flat-bellied plus-size body type because a round tummy is still a no no in modeling.


  3. Elizabeth says:

    I actually liked the “Jiffy Pop” track pants. I could see myself wearing them to a New Year’s Eve party–seriously. The orange over black is also lovely. The last suit *could* work without some of the frou-frou.

    (Now trying to remember where I put that length of burnt-orange velvet…)

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