Monday, March 4, 2019

The Spring Collection

I follow fashion much as a meandering toddler follows a parent in a mall, which is to say just barely. Often seasonal innovations offer a way to enhance or upgrade an existing wardrobe for minimal expense. A national newspaper ran a fashion column over the week-end that illustrates the point. The review was of an established house, and the collection was not quite panned as a boring revisitation of the Seventies' ethic. Given the news stories of countless households' downsizing and dejunking over the winter holidays, it looks as if thrift store pickings will be sparking joy for young 'uns curious about quality fabric and classic cut.


Just add a copy of Caterine Milinaire's "Cheap Chic" to lay a solid foundation of minimal cost per wearing workhorses -30-

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