Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Pajamas you wear outside

I'm pretty sure these share the same print as my daughter's pajamas or her bed sheets, I'm not sure which, I would never imagine making "real world" clothes from the pattern.


Arkonbey said...

I'm utterly aghast. If there's a year-end contest for ugliest/worst fashion post, I heartily nominate this.

wurwolf said...

Oh, come on! Are you saying that these outfits are worse than the shoes in the "On the Prowl" post?

I actually kind of like these outfits and probably would have worn them when I was a kid. My mom sewed a lot of my clothes, and I can totally see her sewing this for me.

Anonymous said...

The girl in the plastic girdle-jacket has a wicked unibrow

Anonymous said...

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Arkonbey said...

Wurwolf: The 'on the prowl' shoes are not match for the horror of the 'waking hours pajamas' for one reason: The shoes belong to adults, adults who made the choice to dress like idiots; these poor girls, and those like them, wore what their parents bought for them.

DH: hey! Be nice! Doesn't that girl have enough to deal with without you poking fun at her facial features ;)

wurwolf said...

But does the ugliest/worst fashion nominee have to have a backstory to qualify? Ugly fashion is ugly fashion, with or without a sob story, and I contend that those repulsive shoes top these "waking hours pajamas" (which, LOL).


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