Let's face it: Lady Gaga isn't exactly known for her conventional sense of style. From the infamous meat dress to the whole incubating egg shebang, the 25-year-old knows how to cause a ruckus. So of course, when I saw pics of her visiting New York radio station Z100 wearing an actual shower curtain, I wasn't really surprised. In fact, I sort of want to snag myself one of those big fans she's flashing in her right hand and hang it up in my hallway.
The worst part: I don't think she even looks bad. In the scheme of things, I'd even go as far as to say this is one of her more toned-down outfits. But I do have one question: Isn't this woman freakin' uncomfortable?!
Plastic isn't what I'd call a cozy cousin of cotton. When it comes to comfort versus style, I'm much more apt to choose comfort. But I guess if you're the biggest thing to hit pop music since Madonna, you may not feel the same way.
How she manages not to faint wearing this ensemble considering it's borderline 100 degrees here in the Northeast this week ... well, that's beyond me. Can you imagine profusely sweating in that? Or, even worse, sitting down? I may be a bit embarrassed to admit this, but I have enough of a problem sweating through my clothes as it is. Oh, summer, you make things so complicated ...
I can't help but see a trend in Gaga's clothing choices. The meat dress must have smelled terrible, right? Totes uncomfortable. Or that time she wore a bejeweled lobster as a headpiece? That's gotta be super heavy. And, oh gosh, what about her subdermal implants phase? OK, so they weren't the real thing. But just looking at those makes me cringe at the thought.
I really hope that at the end of a long day, Gaga heads home and throws on a pair of nice, soft sweatpants. I can just envision her, lying on the couch and staring at her MacBook as she reads through fashion blogs and fan mail from her little monsters. Then again, I wouldn't be surprised if those sweatpants were made of beeswax ... or something.
What do you think of Gaga's look? Do you choose comfort over style?
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