Wearable Wednesday Dice Kayek

There was a little girl, who had a little fringe- right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good she was very very good, but when she wore this she was justifiably annoyed.Looks like Enid’s had one too many pussy bow jokes hurled at her today.

From the David Byrnes Crise wear collection circa 1987.Enid strolled into the bar channeling sexy jellyfish on the prowl. damn it, I like this skirt. Enid feels deflated after a hard day. Really?

Oh yes, really. Clever Enid showed up at the company bbq in an outfit guaranteeing she wouldn’t be asked to play in the paintball tournament. Oddly paranoid about her office flooding- Enid had water wings added to all her work blouses. I’m giving this the cold shoulder. Photo credits: Vogue.com

18 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Dice Kayek

  1. Emily says:

    This is my favorite collection – of comments – yet! Hysterical and sexy jelly fish has so many outfit applications. My new useful descriptor. I do kind of like the anti-paint-ball-game outfit.


  2. The skirt is similar to DPSTudio 406 which I made at the beginning of the year,.Nothing else flutters my heart. The pussy bow could be a serious fire hazard in cookery or chemistry experiments, I stopped wearing party dresses with twirly twirly skirts shortly after learning to walk, the suit looks like a desperate side stepping of the shoulder pad issue, I like to be comfy during a crise, and the rest looks like it would take way too much ironing.

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  3. JenL says:

    The first one looks like one of those Goth Lolita cosplay dresses. Personally, I think babydoll dresses and pounds of frills on adult women are too infantilizing, but otherwise, there’s some good stuff here. I would really like the waterings outfit without the wings.

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  4. I like the same skirt you like. It has potential. And the water-wings one without the water wings. “Sexy Jellyfish” totally made me laugh. Where do they come up with this stuff. At least it wasn’t also made of plastic tablecloth fabric.


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