What the hell is a closet game? It's this game I made up where there is only one rule - create an outfit with a limited amount of clothes - and tons of exceptions.
This game, particularly, is channeling my infatuation with 3.1 Phillip Lim. If you haven't noticed already. To make the game easier, you simple pick a couple key items and stick to them. In this case it's a 3.1 Phillip Lim I Heart Nueva York Upside-down t-shirt, which comes in a variety of colors and a bedazzled option. I don'k know about you, but I'm counting the days till it goes on sale. Another key item is this golden clutch because, baby, metallic is the new neutral and that is a fact. And last but not least, is this sexy pair of Louboutins, because if you pick one item to be that, make it shoes.
For option a. look no further than up. The promised key items accompanied by a pair of very well fitting, slightly distressed, semi-boyfriend J Brands. Now that we've got out butts covered, throw on this embroidered jacket and do I need to say more?
Option b. repeats the key items (see: rules) but instead of jeans there's another 3.1 appearance - this genius silk skirt with a shirt tied around the waist (the butt) ALREADY. He made it for you. How thoughtful is that? If dressed in the items count, I would feel sort of naked because any outfit to me feels naked unless there are layers involved. So here, a Proenza Schouler denim jacket to save the day.
And finally, option c. is featuring an item so pink and so suede it's hard to grasp and so I shall reevaluate. Metallic, laquer red, pink suede. Enough said. I thew in a shirt to tie around your waist for a good measure but you don't have to.
How 3.1 are you? Do tell.