A great deal of the appeal of HBO’s “Girls” is accredited to our ability to relate to the characters. Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshana are representations of 20-somethings straddling the fence between being nobodies and somebodies. Although you may beg to differ, in comparison to other glamourous prime time TV heroines, Hannah’s dress sense is ultimately less-than-desirable. To prove my point, I’ve taken the liberty of compiling some visual evidence/some sartorial representations that illustrate that Hannah Horvath dresses like the interior of a really badly designed house. From the 70s. Or something.
“Girls” is no “Sex and the City,” and Hannah Horvath is no Carrie Bradshaw. Consisting of nothing particularly covetable and completely absent of anything remotely /designer/, Hannah’s wardrobe mostly looks like that of a penniless, post-grad, thrift store fiend. For the seldom times when Hannah is wearing clothes, bizarre striped tops and velvet things that probably shouldn’t be velvet have graced the screen alongside a plethora of cardigans in colours I wasn’t even aware existed.
Hannah’s dress looks like the wallpaper that lined the walls of my bedroom when I was fresh out of the womb.
Hannah’s awkward puffy-sleeved velvet thingy looks like a combination of these two pillows.
Hannah’s cardigan looks like this tablecloth, which is juxtaposed on this grainy wood table because we are ~artistic~.
Hannah’s dress looks like this bedding set. Which is great for camouflaging purposes…I guess.
Hannah’s t-shirt looks like this arm chair, which is available for purchase at Crate & Barrel, in case you are interested.
Hannah’s…whatever this is…looks like this leather sofa.
Hannah’s entire ensemble looks like this carpet…which is always an attractive look.
Hannah’s outfit is essentially this lamp. The end.
Yeah. Well. ~Pattern mixing~ and ~hobo chic~ is really trendy right now, so werk it, gurl!!!