and find myself analyzing real people on the street through the lens' of Stacy and Clinton. Help me find a kindred website!
I've been doing some Google and AskMe archive searches, but can't quite find what I'm looking for, if it even exists. Ideally, the site would post a photo of a person in normal clothes (preferably along the lines of the style choices often used in What Not to Wear) and then analyze why that outfit is or isn't successful for that particular person. Even better: it would have info on how to purchase the clothes or suggest similar items. My biggest challenge is creating a cohesive outfit, including accessories, and finding the right pieces. Stacy and Clinton pair seemingly random pieces because they "go" and I often like the result. My fashion eye doesn't work like that - I'm sort of Ann Taylor Loft vanilla right now and think such a site might help me take it up a notch.
It would be sort of like The Sartorialist
or these sites
, yet less edgy and with more/better commentary. I'm not really looking for cutting-edge or radical fashion. StyleDiary
also almost works, but it's just people posting photos of themselves and doesn't really explain why a particular skirt works on that person.
My style is similar to the style choices used in the show, yet I'm not quite as adventurous as I could be. I'm hoping that finding/reading such a site will allow me to learn more about how to dress, help me find good clothes, and let me experiment with fashion while still looking great.
Please tell me such a site or blog exists Mefites!