Upside down dressing is when the dark colour goes to the top and the light goes to the bottom, so says Oesi.
I grew up conscious of the generous part of this structure and thus learnt early to conceal it under dark colours. While once in a while the dark goes to the top, the light hardly gets lost, she knows her domicile well, top half.
This probably explains why this skirt is seeing the outside world for the first time, since December 2015 when it was salvaged, for a spoon of salt, from some factory shop in Capetown. It has had a sad life, from the factory, to the bottom of some forgotten bag, in some dark corners.
It thus follows that the decision to take this #upsidedown route, this morning, was a cabinet decision, a consensus. Not a random resolution, reached in a haste, in some ungodly hours. NO. It was a well thought out plan, its implication analyzed and risks embraced.
#upside down dress