Just a personal opinion piece about the 'Patterned Belt Dress' which looks strangely like purple animal print ... which is never a good thing in any form. Not on clothing, lamp shades, MySpace backgrounds, keychains, nothing. Ever.
This is a public service announcement to all those who have purchased this hot mess.
There's nothing that can be done to make this dress look good.
Animal prints patterns should never be fused with non-natural colors (as in colors that they would be in nature). Funkadelic animal prints are an abomination against God's law. So, you can try to jazz it up any way you like, but no matter how you accessorize or wear with other cute Pico fashion items, this dress will always make you look like you work for A Pimp Named Slickback.
As you can see from the Purple Leopard Monster collage below, this particular get-up is more than mildly unflattering. Let's be honest. Whether worn with a denim jacket, leather boots, decorative hairband or flashy purse nothing can save this tacky little number.
Think about it people! Who wears purple leopard? George Clinton, 1970s Elton John and "Divine Brown" in her early working years. Do you really want to follow in those footprints?
Bottomline: if you love fashion or simply just like to look good you can not - I repeat, not - let the Patterned Belt Dress touch your Pico's pixels. On the flipside, if you are not interested in looking your best, wear it with pride and let the hot mess live on.