I am having THE BEST time with Cordelia, interviewing townie NPCs about their fashion. This is part of the Style Influencer career, which was added to The Sims 4 for free in a patch a while back.
“Hello, sir? I’d like to interview you about fashion. I see you have chosen leather motorcycle jeans, and a magenta button-up jacket with gold embroidered details which clashes with your hair. What can you tell me about that?”
I imagine she’s hosting a street fashion blog or an Instagram account like Street Peeper or The Sartorialist, interviewing random strangers about their OOTD.
“So tell me, how did you get the idea to pair a hot pink fleece jacket with a pair of green plaid pants that have mysterious thigh zippers? And capping it off with a white pair of sneakers… amazing.”
Outside of Sims 4 Fashion Week, it was time for Darren to grow up into a teen. We threw a big birthday party, but once again he was the only child invited, and all the adults ignored him.
This guy here is probably explaining why he’s wearing:
- Over a green baseball cap
- AND sunglasses
- At a birthday party.
Oh NO! A massive fashion disaster, right here in our own home. After taking a moment to admire the baby blue jacket (complete with pocket square) and fuchsia turban, I sent Darren straight to the bathroom to plan out his outfits.
After perusing a bunch of sites that came up when I googled “teen boy fashion” (I felt weird about that, by the way), I was ready.
First, a set of cold weather outfits, since it’s winter.
Then a set of everyday outfits.
By the way, if you’re wondering how to set extra outfits on your Sim, click the tiny little arrow above the outfit type. A new toolbar with outfit slots will appear above it. Click the + to add a new outfit.
Our little Darren is growing up so fast! Here he is learning a valuable life skill: how to make a grilled cheese sandwich.
Or trying to, anyway.