What Dress Goes Best with a Tesla?

What Dress Goes Best with a Tesla?

Suggestions welcome from any gender.

Maestrokneer | 04. April 2013

My home ad-dress. :-)

Cattledog | 04. April 2013

Touche! +1.

sunnysailor | 04. April 2013

All dresses look good at 0 to 60 in 4.2. I would add don't wear a dress color that matches the paint and choose a dress style that is sleek not frilly.


Longhorn92 | 04. April 2013

No dress required.

Cattledog | 04. April 2013

SS - With you on the paint and sleekness.

Longhorn - I certainly won't be wearing one! However, passengers are required to have at least 'Ready to Wear' gear. (That's a nod to Franz' description of the Model S).

Captain_Zap | 04. April 2013

Silks, or satiny dresses that are sleek will not corner well.
Too slippery. Be careful with that hosiery too.

Cattledog | 05. April 2013

Captain - Yes, performance in acceleration and cornering must be considered...

sunnysailor | 05. April 2013

Not too many beads or sequins. Might mar the leather seats when accelerating and cornering.

Hogfighter | 05. April 2013

The one wadded up in the back seat....

HenryT2 | 05. April 2013

Something environmentally and socially friendly (no fur for sure). Hip and modern without being too pretentious.

And sexy. Definitely sexy.

prash.saka | 05. April 2013

This is a great topic. I have been after my wife to buy some good dresses but she isn't too keen on it. Ever known a woman who doesn't like to shop?

By the way, please post links/pictures of any you have in mind.

@HenryT2 And sexy. Definitely sexy I am with you man!

Captain_Zap | 05. April 2013

I know several, prash. Shopping is torture.

s_curve | 05. April 2013

When Halle Berry walked on to the stage at the Oscars this year, I felt like all the other women could just go home. That would be the dress that would go with my Pearl P85. Just say'in.

GLO | 05. April 2013

This is a scary topic...I'm just sayin'

PaceyWhitter | 05. April 2013

Obviously you want a nice dress, but nothing too revealing. You don't want her to risk a wardrobe malfunction during cornering.

Cattledog | 05. April 2013

s_curve - That's a high bar!

GLO - Why? All in good fun, people are keeping it PG-13 and under.

Brian H | 05. April 2013

Low and elastic.

RedShift | 05. April 2013

Jeans, but with dress shirt, something dark grey and shiny.

I work our, so I am already sexy.

RedShift | 05. April 2013

I work out! Not our!

Velo1 | 05. April 2013

Once we agree on a dress, we'll have decide on shoes, too.

Brian H | 05. April 2013


Cattledog | 06. April 2013

Brian - You sent me to google to recognize your acronym!

jbunn | 06. April 2013

LBD, with heels. Never a bad choice.

Neech | 06. April 2013

Hmmmm, with a name like Cattledog I have to wonder if you have the legs for a dress. May have to go with a long sundress.

cpetrush | 06. April 2013

Neech: was thinking the same thing which makes some of the answers all the more comical. Definitely shave, legs and face, before that LBD.

Brian H | 06. April 2013

Men prefer the clear bra effect.

Cattledog | 06. April 2013

Hey, I have perfect legs...for radio and forum surfing!

Captain_Zap | 06. April 2013

And herding?

jillalameda | 06. April 2013

Armani. Something that fits perfectly - snug, but not too tight. With heels, of course (which will be removed during actual driving to avoid damaging the floor mat). I have just the dress.

treeva | 07. April 2013

I say something fitted and sleek on top, but with enough room in the skirt to allow comfortable leg movement and grace when exiting the car. Enough skirt length and no plunging back to avoid skin contact with the seat., bare arms and less coverage in the front are fine. A fabric with stretch to avoid wrinkling.

Agree with Jill S, killer heels are fine to take with me in the car, but stilettos make it hard to finesse the accelerator pedal, so I'd prefer driving moccasins while actually driving. The abundance of clear floor space makes it easier to swap into less practical shoes before stepping out.

sunnysailor | 07. April 2013

Driving moccasins are key. Driving in high heels ruins the back of the shoe and there is less ability to control the accelerator pedal. I usually just change shoes before I get out. Another use for the space between the front seats. Purse and high heel area. It is so awesome.

Cattledog | 08. April 2013

Jill, Treeva, Sunny - +1!

rbgliny | 09. April 2013

anything I am wearing at the time - just glad to be driving and enjoying it.