The days are getting shorter. Your face is getting longer. And your desire to just wear the afghan off your sofa to the mini-mart is getting stronger.
Six out of ten indie crafters agree: It’s still home decor with a head hole cut into it.
Try the comfy but fashionable creations of New York designer Angela Gao instead. The Parsons grad (she interned with Doo.Ri and DKNY) makes cozy, easy-to-care-for clothes with fashionable embellishments.
Shield yourself from a drizzle or downpour with the quilted jacket’s giant hood or zip it up into a kisser-concealing turtleneck. The Kacoon dress is as comfy as a nightie but should be paired with sweet ballet slippers. Convertible clothes like a drawstring cardi or off-shoulder tank with pockets suit anybody.
That’s the only kind of blanket statement one should make.
Available at Merge, 611 North 35th Street (206-782-5335 or mergeboutique.com).
Photo: Courtesy of AnGG