Wednesday, October 13, 2010

WHO.A.U: Breaking the Age Barrier

Who says I can't shop WHO.A.U because I'm not under 20?

Intern Craig was with me, and we both loved this cushy sweater, $89.50.
Military, but in a hoodie! $79.50.

My inner critic tries to get me to dress age-appropriate all the time, it's so annoying. I usually ignore him (huh? Of course it's a guy!) except when he tells me not to wear stuff like this:
Ruffle mini, $49.50.

Leather pants, leggings, jeggings, really tight black jeans, and other things I'm wearing till I'm like 90. But then I was never much of a cheerleader skirt girl even when I was walking the hallways with cheerleaders.If I did like little cheery skirts, I would totally do the above with black leggings and combat boots.

Also, I love WHO.A.U's quality and details. Jackets have cute linings and the trimmings are all solid. But take note shoppers: WHO.A.U's cut is small, so go up a size without panicking. I had a hard time with jackets but that's usually the case with junior collections as my torso is long. What do long-torsoed teens do?!


WHO.A.U, 22 W. 34th Street between 5th & 6th Avenues

2 comments :

Sal said...

I am right there with you. They'll have to pry my leggings off my cold, dead body ... but rufflebutt skirts, they can keep.

fashion herald said...

I was totally thinking "cheerleader skirt" was the wrong description, it is a "rufflebutt" skirt, of course! Why I love you, Sal :)