Clearly I have too much time but hey, I'm just living up to my Fashion Geek namesake as deemed by last week's Stella magazine in the Sunday Telegraph… and in a rather sardonic piece in Friday's Times T2. So here I am with a bunch of fashion week outfits, categorising what I was wearing and putting things into pretty pie charts. If I'm really honest, and if I had it my way, what with my love of spreadsheets, I'd actually really like to put my entire wardrobe into a neat database just so I can reel off odd statistics like… 15% Uniqlo, 2.5% stole-from-mother, 90% Febreezed-have-yet-to-wash-beause-can't-afford-dry-cleaning-bill. You know, the useful things.
In all seriousness though, in my head I already sort of knew how the percentages would fall under the loose categories of vintage, designer, high street etc…. but it's still nice to know that things are stacking up pretty evenly and were I to dissect the categories further, it might make make my wardrobe look even more spread out and all over the place.
Will let you know how I get on with the wardrobe documentation and whether a Cher-in-Clueless type outfit co-ordination programme comes out it. Then I will license it and make my millions and run off and buy a house in Aruba…*wuhahahahaha*