It’s not often that we can glean feminist statements from fashion, which is why I make sure to capitalize on the rare moments in which we can. And the feminist case of trousers feels abundantly valid.
They might not inject retinol into our cheeks, but they will probably help us gain access to an elite boxing gym. And they’ll certainly look good on camera.
It started with Miu Miu’s spring 2015 campaign; a cherubic Mia goth, in whom I saw something kindred: perfectly capable of dressing herself in full Miu Miu, Mia is also equally as incapable of so much as tucking in her sheets.
Because sometimes, when tired eyes are a gross understatement, putting on sunglasses can feel about as useful as bleaching my mustache (you can’t see it if it’s blonde, right? wrong) and nothing but goggles will do.
5. Sleep on silk and you’ll have less wrinkles.
It goes with any outfit, won’t talk back to you, and unlike Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain,” it’s not inexplicably linked to your heart.
It’s not like a new hair color; you can’t adopt it in a day. Most well-decorated lobes have been tended to since birth.
It can be hard to wade through the options and pick the actually comfortable clothes from the contextually comfortable ones. There’s a difference, for example, between a truly comfortable crown and the only crown out there that doesn’t feel like a carbon copy of the crown of thorns.
The phrase “dress for the job you want, not the job you have” comes to mind. Only in this case we’re dressing for the weather we want, not the weather we have. Feels as hopeful as a rain dance, doesn’t it?
Black turtlenecks. The source from which Archer gathers strength not just for his covert spy missions, but for his love life too.