Nearly all the pieces were really volumnous and flowly, but not necessarily in a good way.
This long duster type sweater coat felt like a bathrobe. But if I wanted a bathrobe, I probably would have just got a bathrobe.
This dress was actually okay too even though the zipper was totally broken. I was trying to zip it up and I was like wtf, the zipper is not even attached to the dress.
More volumous tops.
Another top with an empire waist in a baby-doll style. I liked the patterns and colors, but it still it felt a little too ordinary and made me look a little pregnant.
All these high fashion collaborations with mass market retailers have started to lose their appeal. I remember when Target started their Go International lines and I kept telling my mom, "mama, but these are designer!" and now it sort of lost its special appeal. I'm sure Vera Wang had good intentions of making her line, probably thinking of bringing"high fashion" and the "Vera style" to the ordinary folks of America, but seriously the clothing would just not look good on a the average American, let alone a typical Kohls shopper. The clothing would not be flattering unless you're tall and skinny aka a model of some sort. Plus the materials used is all synthetic and icky and definately not worth the money. I choose Target's new Alice Temperley instead. It's cheaper too.
My sister is shaking her butt in front of me and it's hurting my eyes.