Phia’s Starlet Dress (3/10)

by Zephos on September 3, 2010

Here at www.mostlyimaginary.com, we believe that clothing should either be an abomination of innovation with the power to cause innocent bystander’s faces to instantaneously implode… or surprisingly functional in everyday life. Rest assured, the Starlet Dress has the second category covered! Unlike the Omnicide Dress which has the power to make the convex side of planets significantly more concave, the Starlet Dress’s claim to power is it’s surprisingly breathable fabric and… not much else actually.

Phia's Starlet Dress of Supreme Uselessness!

Let’s face it, not every piece of attire can be a heaven tearing, soul crushing, wearable travesty of natural order, but rest assured, while  the Starlet Dress may lack the ability to cause the planet you are on to spontaneously burst into flames, it’s naturally airy fabric made of  99% cotton will keep you cool just in case one of the other outfits does!

Next up, Phia’s ancestor and queen of the overdress, Gitynia, will wear the school of minimalist clothing design’s worst nightmare!

Here at www.mostlyimaginary.com, we believe that clothing should either be an abomination of innovation with the power to cause innocent bystander’s faces to instantaneously implode… or surprisingly functional in everyday life. Rest assured, the Starlet Dress has the second category covered! Unlike the Omnicide Dress which has the power to make the convex side of planets concave, the Starlet Dress’s claim to power is it’s surprisingly breathable fabric and… not much else actually. Oh wait! It’s got an awesome belt too, can’t forget that!

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