Tonight Kody told me (jokingly) that I should start wearing Amish-style clothing because i’m too “revealing” (which is hardly the case, honestly— the most I reveal is cleavage, and my boobs are far from large so I don’t see how that is in any way distracting). 
Soo, I started to wonder if there was any fashion-forward Amish based style. Seems impossible. BUT- Alexander Wang developed this line called “T” in Fall 2010, that was supposedly styled for the “Urban Amish Lady,” and I actually really dig it. I mean, the only colors in my closet are basically black/white/neutrals, so i’m automatically drawn to the plainness of the line in terms of shape and color; not to mention the challenge of wearing something so boring and trying to make it interesting.Personally, I think I could do it. I want it all. Gimme.

Tonight Kody told me (jokingly) that I should start wearing Amish-style clothing because i’m too “revealing” (which is hardly the case, honestly— the most I reveal is cleavage, and my boobs are far from large so I don’t see how that is in any way distracting). 

Soo, I started to wonder if there was any fashion-forward Amish based style. Seems impossible. BUT- Alexander Wang developed this line called “T” in Fall 2010, that was supposedly styled for the “Urban Amish Lady,” and I actually really dig it. I mean, the only colors in my closet are basically black/white/neutrals, so i’m automatically drawn to the plainness of the line in terms of shape and color; not to mention the challenge of wearing something so boring and trying to make it interesting.

Personally, I think I could do it. I want it all. Gimme.

  1. jlynnjohnston said: Tittayz.
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