Street style stars choose one outfit to wear for the rest of their lives

LONDON Choosing an outfit for the day can be a joyful experience. But looking fleeky on a daily basis is not an easy undertaking. You have to ensure your clothes are freshly laundered and then there’s the matter of making sure no one else has seen you wear the outfit before.

But, imagine if you never had to choose; if all this tiresome laundering, accessorising and colour coordinating was a thing of the past; if you had just one truly sensational outfit for your lifetime.

Mashable took to the streets during London Fashion Week to find out which one outfit people would choose to wear for the rest of their lives. (Hint: fashion people *really* love Clueless!)

A black PVC catsuit

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“Because I always wanted to be Catwoman. She’s a casual Catwoman. Usually I would have picked heels but somebody stole the heels!” Jessica Blow, fashion professional.

A little black dress

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“I usually wear black. And I love dresses.” Natalie Tzur, fashion student.

A dress made entirely of bubbles

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Its colourful and bright and you never know one might of them could pop and you’d be a bit short. Its quite adventurous. Jamie Windust, fashion management and marketing student.

Cher from Clueless’s iconic outfit

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“I love Tartan the Burberry kind of feel. That’s basically my street style.” Aine Cummins, student at University of Creative Arts Epsom.

Britney Spears’ ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’ outfit

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This Britney Spears outfit is the one I’m most familiar with, and I remember the video so the outfit stuck in my head. Debra Oludare, executive at Accessorise

A unicorn onesie

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“Colourful.” Lulu Runiewicz, blogger.

A wedding dress

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“Because normally I’m not wearing something too dressy but when I get the chance, I will.” Jiazi Wang, designer.

Lady Gaga’s meat dress

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Its quite quirky and different. Amelia Trood, fashion marketing and management student.

Ginger Spice’s Union Jack dress

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I think you’ve got to have a little bit of fun and were proud to be British and proud of the British style scene. Vicky Ratcliffe and Charlotte Russell, designer and head of e-commerce at Johnny Loves Rosie.

Cher from Clueless’s iconic outfit

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“I love Clueless.” Amy Albinson, English student.

Jeans and a crop top

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“Because it’s casual and you can’t really go wrong with jeans.” Becky Elliott, fashion management student.

A unicorn onesie

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“I think it’s fun. I want the rest of my life to be fun.” Miyo Gee, fashion editor.

Jeans and a crop top made from flowers

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“Well, I wanted to go for some comfortable bottoms because jeans are classic. But the top is really pretty, but I wanted something exciting.” Jennie Barck, fashion journalism student.

A dress made entirely from bubbles

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I think its kind of fun, pretty much like my personality. Katharina Benjamin, student.

Cher from Clueless’s iconic outfit

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Because it looks like Clueless and I love it! Kayleigh Swan, fashion stylist and studio manager for Caine London.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2016/09/17/strangers-outfit-for-lifetime/


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