Jeff Boo, your comments are too long to reply in another comment so here is your second post! Hope I do your comments justice
My Muse #1
I agree that some of what Rihanna wears look nice,but a lot of it is shocking. If Rihanna wore in England what she “wore” in Barbados shed be bloody freezing. And the wings would just be annoying everytime she.walks threw a door way, let alone when.she goes to pee.
Kudzi from what I’ve seen, your an absolutely SPIFFING fashion designer, and your talents should be used for ordinery people, you know the people who don’t have ££££££££ for a sparkley postage stamp on.each nipple and a flopping great pair of angel wings on their back stopping them from peeing (if their a lady). What Rihanna wore just dosent seem comfortable, buy why can’t comfort be the new black?
But I don’t think Rihanna just have mood swings to allow her to wear what she feels like. a) NOONE just have some weeeird dress’ in their wardrobe- some of her more unique dress’ are.order weeks in advance. B) I bet in a day where Rihanna have no plans, is just makeing a hot pot in her kitchen (or makeing servents do it for her), when Rihanna dosent need to make a show of her self- is put money she won’t be looking all Rihannay.
Anyway I think its great that you’ve found a muse, but the problem I have with fashion is too many people design for the Rihannas and not the Mary’s of of Tesco’s tills. Oh and when you become a world famous fashion designer, have normal ideas- I’ve seen someone.do a shed on their head and MEAT!!! but don’t get me started in that
Where shall I begin – Nobody is wearing wings in England… They’ll get drenched and dirty. It’s just a terrible idea altogether. Wings are only for the southern hemisphere or anywhere which is normally hot! Thank you for the compliment about my designs but google ‘Hayden Williams’ now that my dear friend is Spiffing! Yes I used your horrible word, my heart is burning
And I have to disagree with you – I do not want to design for the Marys of Tesco… The whole high street is designing for Mary! Look into Primark, H&M, New Look – all the clothes are so similar. They’re all selling the same stuff just different buttons. No offense intended to those stores and their designers – personally I love some of the things H&M sell but I wish there were more stores like River Island and Topshop for the people who aren’t afraid to experiment (The Rihannas). Who don’t mind mixing different prints, wearing some plastic to dinner or leaving the house with a postage stamp covering their most precious body parts.
Fashion has been dumbed down too much! How many boys own a pair of Chinos? How many girls have booty shorts (the tiny ones that look like denim underwear) or tops with the American flag on them… Too many.
BUT comfort will be a major part of my designs, I like feeling comfy and cosy. I also hate feeling cold which will mean that there won’t be many stamps in my collections. Trust me when I say that when a woman doesn’t feel comfortable it will be written all over her face, above the fake smile and glossy eyes. Woman to Woman it’s the easiest thing to spot ever.
Lastly boo, every woman wears slacks at home – only the Kardashians and Real Housewives wear stilettos and a full face of makeup at home… It would take a lot of money and effort to dress up everyday. Plus everyone needs a day off, so I don’t mind that RiRi wears tracky bottoms and baggy t-shirts at home. It would be hypocritical if I did. I like to dress up when I go out to see people and dress down when I’m at home. Most girls are like that!
I think that’s all for this comment… If I missed anything holla a’chor girl
Its great that you feel comfortable enough to walk around with your baps flapping everywhere, and i wish more people (me included) could feel the same. however, there is a reason that you shouldn’t be celebrating your new found confidence by streaking with Rebecca half way across the globe, and that reason… society. Time square is full of teenage boys who lust for and will treasure the day that a couple of beautify teenage girls will skate around showing a spiffing pear, and society WILL judge you unfairly and blame bad parents, and teenage boys will remember those jugs and relive that magical moment for a time when their alone. By showing your chesticalls your opening your self and your family a kick in the nuts by society and lusted upon like zac effron walking into a heard of sex deprived nuns.
Secondly, its great that people can cover post stamps in glitter and call it fashion, but that just doesn’t look comfortable! By having a tiny bit of fabric to do the work of a full ankle length gown at holding up your boobs, and complimenting your curves and the colour of your roots as well as making you look smoking hot if you feel a bit bloated, it sound as painful as a bear attack and just sounds like your wearing a square inch of glittered up wire- physically sculpting your already perfect looking body into something unrealistic. Don’t worry i have the same kind of deal with high heals and make up, but that’s another comment for another blog. But just think about how many wardrobe malfunctions a nun has compared to Beyonce.
Anyways spiffing blog- Jeff
Charlie Jeff! If I listened to society, and teenage boys in particular I would be doing a lot worse than roller skating in NYC! And you know what – people are always judging you and me and every other Tom Dick and Harry every minute of everyday. They just never say anything, it’s human nature to judge (that doesn’t mean it’s right). I’m just giving them a reason to talk. People need to realize that we’re not all the same, that we all like wearing different things. I won’t let you talk me out of this – my parents don’t mind so I don’t see why anyone else should. Not that I’d listen to my parents if they did mind… Thankfully they’re open minded and believe that it’s my life so they will leave me to live it how I please.
Second of all – where there’s a will there is a way! And some women feel more comfortable in less clothing – me included. At home I’m always in the least amount of clothing possible. If I didn’t have a dad I would be in lingerie all day! So less is sometimes more comfortable – I have never tried stamps but when I do I’ll get back to you.
Lastly you try doing Beyonce’s dance routines in a nuns outfit then we’ll talk about wardrobes. Plus most artists rarely have wardrobe malfunctions because their clothes are – literally sewn onto their bodies – very well fitted. Once in awhile a boob pops out or an arm rips off but that’s twice or thrice a year…
I’m going to bed now boo, enjoy your summer