Do you see what I’m seeing?
At 1st glance this might be an a’ight attempt at a slinky black dress. Nothing overly exciting about it but not worthy of splashing the #FailWhale. As your eyes travel North, you begin to notice that something is drawn/painted/airbrushed/silk screened on the dress.
Then your eyes go all, “WAIT…is that a…horse?!?” As a grown woman, hell anyone over the age of 7, there should be NO livestock, prairie animals, or zoo-going friends of any kind on our clothing. *scanning my wardrobe quickly to see if I pass this test* To make it even worser—yeah, I said it—the 2-D horse has 3-D hair. What in the Local Hood Designer My Little Pony Hell is goin’ on here?
I try not to hate on folks’ art, but I’m a realist. I was never the teacher that told children who’d just “drawn” a field of unicorns frolicking in a field of baby’s breath, but all I can make out are circles, that they’ve create a masterpiece. Uhmmm…nawl. Lil Sweetie, you might not wanna start claiming artist as your future just yet. The same applies here. Unfortunately, however, I cannot blame the designer
This post is only going to get worse as my confusion deepens. I’m going to just walk away. Equestrian enthusiasts everywhere may gang up on me & prevent me from petting mounted police horses at festivals, but I can handle that if we can eliminate such atrocities from occurring in high frequency. I pray this unfortunate dress is a 1 of a kind & no one is walking around in this “beauty” in some shade of nude making us all wonder why the wearer is sporting a horse body tat. Seriously…I’m walking away.
Watch me move.