Marc Jacob's fall/winter 2009 runway show was a throw back, to the 80s that is. Style.com described the show as "neon-hued, big-shouldered, crimpy-haired eighties antidote to the gloom and doom of 2009." So what is this dress doing in 2010?
Need more proof? The following dress IS look 39 from the fall 2009 show, notice that the dress is listed under the "summer benefit" section.
The saying goes that beggars can't be choosers and as un-stylish as it may sound, theOutnet caters to the beggars of the fashion world. But perhaps more applicable is the economic principal of price discrimination; the principal accounts for the selling of a good at different prices to different consumers depending on how much they are willing to pay. Let's look at the publishing industry as an example: traditionally, a book comes out in hardcover first, at the highest price, so price-insensitive customers, whose thrift is outstripped by their impatience, are enticed to shell out. Thrift vs. impatience.