Friday, February 20, 2009

Designed for You

Today I'm going to cop out on what was supposed to be the next question in my book called If, which is where I get these questions, in case you thought I was being clever enough to think them up. I promised myself I wouldn't skip them just because I didn't want to answer them. But what if I have a lame answer?

The question is: If you were to have your entire wardrobe designed for you by a single clothing designer for the rest of your life, who would you select?

Eh. I don't know. I do like clothes, but I am not into high fashion at all. Not to mention the clothes that look great on models who weigh the same as I do yet are a foot taller than I am wouldn't look good on me. So I really have no idea. My feeling is to say "whoever designs for Banana Republic," but I hear designer clothes are supposedly so amazing--I wouldn't want to miss out on having a custom-made wardrobe. Tell you what: if it ever happens, I'll let you know who I pick.

All you fashionistas out there: which designer would give you the best bang for your (imaginary) buck?


  1. My favorite clothes come from Ann Taylor Loft. But I'm not sure I would want all my clothes from there. A little variety is good!

  2. I'm so terrible with fashion sense. the only outfit I in is T-shirt and jeans.

  3. Oh, I'd probably still go for that really established designer that's right there on the tip of my tongue, Villaneuve, no, Vicktor, no that's not it, Value Village!!!
    'Cause if it were unlimited just imagine the possibilities! I'm getting excited just thinking about it!

  4. I'm with you - I have no idea. But as for stores, I could wear exclusively either Banana Republic or Ann Taylor Loft. Oh, wait, I really like Antonio Melani, who isn't high fashion (his stuff is at Dillards), but has awesome suits & more casual stuff. -- Leann

  5. Funny, my answer was "the GAP designer" - which would be the Banana Republic designer for shorter women...