Wearable Wednesday Molly Goddard


More like Moldy Goddamn-


Do you make a POPPET Goody Proctor?????


Walk of Shame- Granny’s rumpus room edition:

All I can say is that my life is pretty plain-

I like watching the puddles gather raaaaaiiiiiinnnn!

I like the ‘insert bewbs here’ dotted lines. Blouses can be so challenging.

Last year during a TCM scavenger hunt, Rita successfully hid in Doris Days powder room for 4 hours!

Childhood therapy inducing flashback #973- nothing took me out of Halloween princess zone like having to wear a sensible coat while trick or treating. Sigh. 

Louise! Finish inflating your frock- the car is here!

At least her shoes match her- oh, just forget it. I’m out. 

Let’s thank Mary Pat for powering the entire venue with her solar paneled dress. Take a bow and have some aloe, Ma’am! 


Photo credits: Cogue.com

26 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Molly Goddard

  1. Emily says:

    Do you suppose the one with a “bewbs” indicator just wasn’t quite ugly-weird Enough so they told her “okay – bunch up the front and hold it… higher… okay that’s it!” ? The models all look like they’re just concentrating on the pay check for this awful gig.

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  2. JenL says:

    I always have to wonder how the economics of this works. Surely, a new fashion designer has to sell actual clothes in order to stay in business. But how can they sell enough of this fluffy stuff to anyone? What investor keeps investing in an expensive product that doesn’t sell? Or are all young designers trust fund kids? It’s a mystery to me.

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  3. This is where I usually praise the fabric choice and regret the style, but this time it’s more consistent. I feel no hankering for yards and yards of tutu net, daintily printed wincyette (sp?) or low grade unbleached calico. The designer can have it all.

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