Of course there's a clothing line based on Where The Wild Things Are. Of course there is. Lisa from The Real Housewives Of Atlanta has a clothing line. Charlie Sheen has a clothing line. Rachel Bilson has a clothing line. And you know what they say: "If that girl from the OC who isn't Mischa Barton can do it, literally anyone can do it!"—They
And why shouldn't a children's movie about adorable monsters have a clothing line? Kids love dressing up like their nightmares. Witness the Twilight line for Hot Topic. But, unfortunately, the Where The Wild Things Are clothing line isn't for children. It's for adults who so identify with a children's book about adorable monsters, that they want to pay $300-$800 to wear the skins of said adorable monsters in public. A small, twee, immature, impossibly-irritating demographic to be sure.
Still, sometimes all you need is a little context to see the versatility of ridiculously expensive furry monster wear for alleged grown-ups. Turns out there are several scenarios where clothes from Opening Ceremony's Where The Wild Things Are line would look appropriate.
For example, at a Snuffleupagus tribute show:
Or at your workplace, if you happen to be a hooker at a furry convention:
You could wear it to Whole Foods
Or To Rite Aid
Or, really, anyplace else with long lines and barely contained chaos where the sight of you in your asshole suit would just be one more annoyance added to the giant pile.
If you're planning a molting-bird-creature look to wear to the open field where you plan to set all of your money on fire, this is a good one:
And, of course, you could wear it while standing around wondering where your life went wrong
Cause that's what pretty much everyone else who sees you in these expensive Halloween costumes will be thinking.