The perfect shirtdress in white, the perfect blue and white stripe and the right shade of khaki green (not too olive / yellow, and not too blue and foresty) with interesting details like a hidden belt loop, or a curved shirttail hem, or cuffs and collars.
It is surprisingly hard to find a piece like this.
The perfect pair of high-rise cargo leggings that are not too legging-like but not too stiff like trousers in the right shade of khaki green (not too olive / yellow, and not too blue and foresty).
Again, this colour combo and this perfect type of pants in a HIGH RISE is hard to find without it looking cheap or having way too many details.
The perfect banker’s shirt that is fitted to my body, and to my shoulders, with the right height of white for the cuffs and collar, the proper spacing for the stripes and the not too light nor dark shade of blue with white.
I have purchased so many cheap and sometimes expensive substitutes of the above in an attempt to have the perfect item that I can’t even begin to count how much money and time I’ve wasted.
I actually have in my head, the exact, actual look of what I want to achieve. I just need designers to get on board and create it, because while it might seem trite to make something so simple and boring, it is VERY HARD to find beautiful neutrals and basics that drape beautifully, aren’t in polyester, are in the right colours and shades, and fit like a dream.
What about you?
The entire series can be found here: Women in Clothes Style & Fashion Survey