I'm happy to soon be giving up Lookbook (I think I'll just not bother after I get back from my hols—I am not willing to put in whatever it must take to be one of the 'seen' people). I am going to go back to Pinterest—more variety. But I do see one item of clothing on Lookbook all the time. It makes me wonder what is so special about it that lots and lots and lots of people are happy to be seen in the same thing as lots and lots and lots of other people. I know that it's a manufacturer's dream, and arguably the 'point' of fashion, but isn't there a fine line between fashion and individuality that, I was sort of under the impression, people (especially those who blog/post/pin their OOTD's*) don't really want to cross. I must be wrong. The item is the Zara Asymmetric Skort. Um, yep. It's okay, but why is it so popular? The only other things I see with any regularity are the Celine, Paris t-shirt (and, I see, it costs forty dollars! Do people actually pay forty dollars for a t-shirt?) and the Moschino belt (and two ninety-five for a belt!? My
* This, surprisingly, took me a long time to work out: Outfit Of The Day.
Who wore it better?
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