Wear a prairie skirt! Keep your hair long! Be modest! It's *so* in now.
The article tells us FLDS women look ugly on purpose so that their husbands aren't attracted to any one wife more than another. Oh, and so they don't get you awful outsiders a-lustin' after their bods. Why, we even have celebrity hairstylists talking about the fashionisticy of their hairdos! Their hairdo has something to say to you:
"It says 'I don't really care very much. I really don't have time to worry about the way that I look, because I have 20 children,'" Gibson said. "He's going from wife to wife to wife, so why should I look any better than the other ones?"
Oh, yeahrr. I *love* how these folks are portrayed as weirdos who all must dress exactly alike. They've obviously never been to their local middle school, where *every* teen girl must wear tight jeans and a tight shirt, preferably with some sort of sassy saying like, "Juicy and squeezable" or "I'm always right" or "you smell" on it. But see, FLDS women look like "throwbacks" from another time.
These people also obviously haven't met many conservative Muslims, or United Pentecostals, or Hasidic Jews lately. They dress oddly, too. But see, they're not IN this year like the FLDS ladies:
"It's not outlandish to imagine the prairie look influencing today's styles, given that trends can come from unexpected places, and Sevigny is known as a style-setter. You can already find blouses with high necks and ruffles in stores, and puffed shoulders on short and long-sleeved shirts."
Can't wait to see one of these ladies on the cover of the fashion magazines this year! But *next* year, they'll be soooo out of fashion. Kind of like they were *last* year.