I agree with Amy's review of the Folk Rock Collection. I would imagine more eccentric looks. The looks shown are much more subdued and casual than I would expect.
While I'm all for a casual vibe, I feel like there's nothing really unique about this collection. It's falls suit with my major gribe with the Gap: blah clothes overall.
I guess I'm just into things with a little oomph in the styling, so it would take a great Fashionista to make these pieces more than just a denim top or more than just a striped tee. With enough fashion sense, I suppose these pieces could work, but otherwise, they do nothin' for me.
I love Gap. Whenever I am in need of a good pair of jeans I know I can depend on, I go there. When I need a new crisp white button-down, Gap's the store. Classic and simple summer dress? I like to fall into the Gap. Their basics are the best, and for their great designs and excellent quality, their prices can't be beat; this is what Gap is known for. Patrick Robinson brought a whole new cool to Gap for Fall 2009 though; Fashionistas everywhere went crazy. … more
With the passing of Coachella and summer on the rise, I get why retailers would want to focus on festival fashion trends. However, the thing I find so fabulous about festivals are the eccentric looks worn by true Fashionistas and their ability to stray away from generic brand name outfits. To me festivals are all about scavenging up some random pieces at a flea market or a consignment shop. On a recent online shopping rampage, I noticed Gap had a special section called Folk Rock, which is … more