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Jessica Quirk / Stars and Field / What I Wore
March 26, 2012
11:02 am
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Colorblocked Moonshiner
Hamprince of Meowtonia
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September 27, 2011

Alice said

And it's official: Messica is morphing into Snooki.

my 12 yr old cousin paints nails better than that.

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

March 26, 2012
11:13 am
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Ethel Beavers
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March 8, 2012

those poor baby badgers will get their nails painted too. ugh, i feel so bad for the messi badglings. 

to the rest of the world: please stop being 'inspired by' mad men. just. stop. 

March 26, 2012
11:51 am
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Colorblocked Moonshiner said

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

Also (and note: I don't watch Mad Men…I tried to give it a chance the first season and found it both boring and horrible…outside of the fashion, the early 60's were pretty shitty, especially for women, and I have little desire to watch people wallow in the crappiness of it for entertainment), now that the show has moved into the mid-60's, haven't the fashions also changed? Messi did pin curls this morning…it's like she hasn't realized that it's not 1961 on the show anymore, so her "inspiration" is like 2 years off. Typical.

March 26, 2012
5:49 pm
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So how are those Kodak clutch things not c/o?

March 26, 2012
5:51 pm
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Colorblocked Moonshiner
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JELLOPUDDINGPOP said
So how are those Kodak clutch things not c/o?

She's probably framing it as a "partnership" or "collab"? not that it matters, she's still shilling  and getting compensated. that's a c/o, Jess!

March 26, 2012
6:24 pm
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Andi said

Colorblocked Moonshiner said

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

Also (and note: I don't watch Mad Men…I tried to give it a chance the first season and found it both boring and horrible…outside of the fashion, the early 60's were pretty shitty, especially for women, and I have little desire to watch people wallow in the crappiness of it for entertainment), now that the show has moved into the mid-60's, haven't the fashions also changed? Messi did pin curls this morning…it's like she hasn't realized that it's not 1961 on the show anymore, so her "inspiration" is like 2 years off. Typical.

I love Mad Men (as a show). The dialogue is well-written and it's understated.

I haven't caught up on the new episode, but actually it's supposed to be taking place in the 70s now (it was already the mid-60s at the end of last season), so Messi's actually waaayyy off base. 

March 26, 2012
7:02 pm
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FattyMagoo

shalter said 
I love Mad Men (as a show). The dialogue is well-written and it's understated.

I haven't caught up on the new episode, but actually it's supposed to be taking place in the 70s now (it was already the mid-60s at the end of last season), so Messi's actually waaayyy off base. 

Wow. I wonder if the producers realize that a large portion of the audience watches it for the costumes. It could just be a coincidence, but 70s styles are coming back in.

 

I'm personally not a fan of the show. The costumes are beautiful, but the first couple eps felt like I was watching hours and hours of Revolutionary Road. My theory on it's popularity is that there is a large portion of intelligent people who love the show and can handle how depressing it can be and the rest of the people are idiots like Messi who just think it looks pretty and completely miss everything else. I have a hard time believing that she understands what's going on if she loves the show but thought Young Adult was a downer.

March 26, 2012
7:09 pm
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Virginia Apple

shalter said

Andi said

Colorblocked Moonshiner said

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

Also (and note: I don't watch Mad Men…I tried to give it a chance the first season and found it both boring and horrible…outside of the fashion, the early 60's were pretty shitty, especially for women, and I have little desire to watch people wallow in the crappiness of it for entertainment), now that the show has moved into the mid-60's, haven't the fashions also changed? Messi did pin curls this morning…it's like she hasn't realized that it's not 1961 on the show anymore, so her "inspiration" is like 2 years off. Typical.

I love Mad Men (as a show). The dialogue is well-written and it's understated.

I haven't caught up on the new episode, but actually it's supposed to be taking place in the 70s now (it was already the mid-60s at the end of last season), so Messi's actually waaayyy off base. 

No, it's supposed to be 1966. 

March 26, 2012
7:55 pm
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LucyV said

shalter said

Andi said

Colorblocked Moonshiner said

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

Also (and note: I don't watch Mad Men…I tried to give it a chance the first season and found it both boring and horrible…outside of the fashion, the early 60's were pretty shitty, especially for women, and I have little desire to watch people wallow in the crappiness of it for entertainment), now that the show has moved into the mid-60's, haven't the fashions also changed? Messi did pin curls this morning…it's like she hasn't realized that it's not 1961 on the show anymore, so her "inspiration" is like 2 years off. Typical.

I love Mad Men (as a show). The dialogue is well-written and it's understated.

I haven't caught up on the new episode, but actually it's supposed to be taking place in the 70s now (it was already the mid-60s at the end of last season), so Messi's actually waaayyy off base. 

No, it's supposed to be 1966. 

I was lied to by the internet. Messi sucks regardless.

March 26, 2012
9:25 pm
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watery highball

The size of the apostrophe on that thing is driving me up the wall.

March 27, 2012
9:53 am
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Andi said

Colorblocked Moonshiner said

 

Ah ha! I think I'm going to do an entire week on What I Wore inspired by Mad Men!! YES!!!

 

…isn't she like, 4 years too late for a gimmick like that?

Also (and note: I don't watch Mad Men…I tried to give it a chance the first season and found it both boring and horrible…outside of the fashion, the early 60's were pretty shitty, especially for women, and I have little desire to watch people wallow in the crappiness of it for entertainment), now that the show has moved into the mid-60's, haven't the fashions also changed? Messi did pin curls this morning…it's like she hasn't realized that it's not 1961 on the show anymore, so her "inspiration" is like 2 years off. Typical.

Yep, totally changed.  I saw a feature somewhere (BBC, I think) comparing last season to this season (just a 7 month gap, although the show was off the air for 18 months) and they showed how the dresses got narrower and tighter, updos are mostly gone and looser, easier, more relaxed hairstyles are in, monochromatic looks and Pucci-esque prints are in, etc.  Messi thinks Dior's "new look" is still new and Betty Draper is still a major character.

March 27, 2012
11:10 am
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FattyMagoo said I'm personally not a fan of the show. The costumes are beautiful, but the first couple eps felt like I was watching hours and hours of Revolutionary Road. My theory on it's popularity is that there is a large portion of intelligent people who love the show and can handle how depressing it can be and the rest of the people are idiots like Messi who just think it looks pretty and completely miss everything else. I have a hard time believing that she understands what's going on if she loves the show but thought Young Adult was a downer.

 

This. I've said this since the beginning–most of the people who love this show just love the costumes and sets. Because seriously, though I don't care for the show, I can't deny that it's well-written and intelligent–but it certainly doesn't have mass-appeal.

Yeah, there's no way she's actually following what's going on. If she was, she wouldn't go on about how much she wished she lived during that time period. No you don't, b***h. Outside of the clothes (which I'm sure were by and large horrifically uncomfortable and impractical) it sucked balls, you shallow idiot.

March 27, 2012
11:23 am
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I'm pretty sure her new black & white print dress was inspired by the Florence Broadhurst prints being promoted over at Kate Spade right now…but not that she'll ever give credit where it is due.

 

http://www.katespade.com/florence-broadhurst-d%C3%A9cor-shop/home-florence-broadhurst-d%C3%A9cor-shop,default,sc.html





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