No.610 in a limited series - You remember Chantal? After her quite successful 'Victoria Beckham' moment, she decided to keep the same shades yet change the whole outfit.
One would find it hard to believe how hot the weather got all of a sudden. For Chantal it was just fine... She could finally show off her 1065 Euro investment in D&G, in other words, her denim Apron for 165 Euro, her vichy cotton dress for 475 Euro and big canvas shopping bag for 425 Euro. Her friends from the university invited her out for a picnic with the rugby team. THE rugby team, to be precise. The hottest guys of the university were a part of this team, so she had to go there. The problem was all the girls would be in the mood of this song:
Yet this was university, not elementary school. Picnic was supposed to be a delight for the eyes with girls in vichy prints, boys in... well, rugby uniforms and bottles of champagne ready to be popped as everybody was enjoying chocolate covered strawberries. And to be honest, her mood was closer to this than that of 'Sunshine Lollipops and retarded girls whatever':
She let her wavy blonde hair free around her shoulders. She liked the feeling of soft vichy cotton dress on her tanned, naked body. She put on a denim apron over the dress.
She thought that the frills of the dress looked very sexy under the denim apron. She got a big canvas bag and filled it with strawberries and two bottles of quality champagne. She was sure that all the boys would be hanging out with her as she had worked out the perfect equation of success: blonde hair + innocent picnic girl look + champagne and strawberries...
Ah, yet the biggest factor of success were for sure the D&G wedges letting her walk around in great comfort and making her tanned legs longer and more slender. As she got into a taxi to reach her friend, she wondered: 'How many guys are there in a rugby team?' Who cared? She had time to know all of them...
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Illustration by Yuri Ahn
Text by Yigit Turhan