Gather ’round, gals. In fact, grab a cup and meet us in Conference Room G for an emergency style meeting. We’ll have muffins sent up. You see, it’s about Amy Schumer. More specifically, it’s about her generic style and her somewhat stubborn adherence to it. We’re going to play Imaginary Stylist today.
First off, front slits extending past the knees are a horrible design choice. Never looks good; never looks chic. In other news, the shape of the neckline and armholes leave her looking like she’s constantly shrugging. “Knowing” her approach to style, we suspect she saw a plain black dress with a little body action, which is all she ever wants out of her style. We’re getting sanguine about this sort of thing, so we don’t care if she’s not a Fashion Girl or if her fashion instincts lead her to a tiny, narrow sliver of a comfort zone. What we’re all about here in this muffin-based meeting today (Can you tell we’re hungry and craving carbs this a.m.?) is trying to come up with workable solutions for an imaginary client who’s famously stubborn about what she’ll wear. Let’s hear it. Our first impulse is to implore her to consider other silhouettes, but really her main problem is that she always dresses like a sexy bridesmaid. That’s it. That’s her whole style brief in two words. How do you convince a client like that to consider widening her approach just a little?
Brandon Maxwell Black Dress with Plunging Neckline from the Spring 2018 Collection
Styled by Leesa Evans
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]
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