Designers Wear All Black?

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What’s the deal with designers wearing all black? I’ll admit I’ll rock all black every once in a while. It’s like a duh, easy,  no brainer decision. It gives off a classic and sophisticated look. But most times I go for color and a lot of it. Hence the name of blog here. For this look I went with light pink, hot pink, orange and mint. Some how I always end up dressing like a creamsicle…well at least you know where my head is at now.

I used to have a strict no graphic/logo t-shirts policy. Why? I guess designers spend so much time making them and just don’t care to rock them? I saw this fox tee on fab.com and decided to break my stupid rule. You still won’t catch me wearing a billabong tee anytime soon. Cue the 7th grade flash backs—yikes! What are your thoughts on the graphic tees?

P.S.–Remember my friend Haley, from this post? She did a dramatic alteration on these pants for me, I’m over the moon about them! I always loved the color, but I have trouble with the cuts on target jeans. Now they fit perfectly–no crotch sagging or butt crack showin’! I’ll be launching her blog in a few weeks here–stay tuned!

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  1. LeahS.

    I went to school for fashion design, and can give you a little insight as to why designers usually stick to a basic black outfit. They are living in the current season, but designing for the next. They’ve already seen all the current clothes for the past year and half and are tired of it, but it’s not quite time to reveal all the fresh new designs for the following. They are kind of stuck in this in between season.

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