Tuesday, December 22, 2009

are your fashions bathroom-proof?

One of the blogs I follow, Grey, recently did a post reviewing the ss10 collections prematurely seeping in at LVR. While I was very much enjoying the oft questionably-styled images of Ann D, Rick Owens and company, I screamed when I saw this Givenchy silk blouse...



exactly **what** does the fierce bitch wearing this blaus do if she suddenly feels the need to go to the bathroom in a public place?? like what if Carine urgently needs to piss right after the Balmain show?

those goddamn long sleeve ties are just yearning to caress a grimy surface, or better yet, be dipped inside the toilet when pulling down pants/wiping/etc

I guess it's all good only if homegirl washes her hands as the ties will inevitably fall into the sink and soak up some liquid soap. all clean and Jak&Jil ready!


(LOL I love how public bathroom laws are the first thing I thought of when I saw this)


pics from luisaviaroma via Grey


8 comments:

Chad said...

squat and handy wipes

The Starving Stylist said...

pack on diapers. hahaha



www.thestarvingstylist.com

Luzhilda said...

hehe!

Anonymous said...

If you run out of tissue you can always use those sleeve ties...........

litlstrawberry said...

hah... I was thinking of almost the same hassle when going to bathroom in a long pants jumpsuit.....

I guess if you do wear something like this...better not wipe at all...ha haha ... grrr......

Teresa said...

Hilarious. You are so right. I'm always paranoid whenever I'm wearing something with a drawstring. Ugh.

http://www.invasionista.com

(i)ToniMae said...

Know what else isn't Bathroom proof? Long nails and polyester bandage dresses :]

Michael Soo said...

My suggestion would be to take the top off in the stall and hang it up on a hook. Then conduct business. Afterwards, put top back on and then use water-less hand sanitizer.