Last night I was looking at Anthropologie for sewing inspiration. This is like a buffalo looking for inspiration in a poodlewear shop, but I like to start with a stylish concept and convert it to something dowdy and modest.
I almost immediately forgot to look at the clothing because I was distracted by the apparel titles.
This is the “Line Drawing Buttondown.” It doesn’t actually have a button-down collar, but it does have buttons down it, which makes it a conservative, librarian, superhero-girlfriend look. You will be as simple as a line drawing! Also that thin.
This is the “Archeologist Button-Up.” The difference between a “Buttondown” and a “Button-Up” is that archeologists, such as Lara Croft, have to be reminded to fasten their shirts. Also, they are depicted in full color.
This is the “Dissimilar Buttondown.” As you can see, it’s completely different from the other shirts.
Finally, the “Raccoon Rumpus Blouse.” The description says, “Antique interpretations of furry friends playfully pattern a sweet, swiss dot surplice top.”
Those sweet raccoons! With their cute rumpuses! This dainty top is perfect paired with the “Dispersed Dumpster Cargos” and the “Merry Mauling Pendant.”