Monday, August 22, 2016

Fragments

Some time around the late Eighties, a young designer turned the world of fashion upside down with her (thesis?) collection of affordable knit garments. They were designed for an easy fit and to be mutually interchangeable. I found them useful and very good value.

A closely coordinated set of classic choices blurred the distinction between business and casual clothing, and I have been dressing that way ever since. Over the years, noteworthy designers have offered similar collections, and I have been able to upgrade to basics that cost even less per use.

I find it interesting that separates with the purest lines are the most expensive and the best value. -30-

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