Last week, for reasons I would rather not get into, my husband and I had a discussion about house insurance.
It turns out he is clueless. Loveable, but clueless.
Our house contents are insured for $75,000. When he dropped that bombshell, and I asked him if we had a special rider for my clothes, he looked at me with complete incomprehension. When he recovered capacity for his speech he became yet more incomprehensible, and said “What, you have about 25 dresses right, at about $150 each? 10 pairs of shoes? How much are shoes?”
Tory Burch. Chloe. Helmut Lang. Kate Spade. Isabel Marant. Proenza Schouler.
These timeless fashion classics live in my closet.
This, my friend, is Burberry. BURBERRY. It was not $150:
This, this is Vivienne Westwood. Sure, only her red line, but still, not $150:
You see, I am cursed by the fact that I have remained the same dress size for 20 years. And generally, classic fashion does not go out of style. Generally, classic fashion remains in my closet. I am helplessly timeless.
If we have a fire I guess the boys are all going to be naked for a while.