Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Oh, Dear!

You're no fashion victim because you Stay Super Stylish.

Bright tunics, soft sweater dresses, and tweed vests? Yes, please! From your driveway to the dance floor, you know that the world is one big catwalk. Whether you're dressed uptown or downtown, a style-setter like you knows that being up-to-date on all the latest and greatest looks is always a surefire way to make a big impression. Where you got your amazing style is a mystery, but the natural fabrics and clothes you choose are anything but.

What really sets you apart from the pack is knowing that looking great doesn't have to mean following every ridiculous fad to hit the streets. A savvy fashionista such as yourself can tell the difference between flash-in-the-pan trends and the real thing, which is why you'll never be caught in unflattering cuts, yesterday's looks, or mystery fabrics. Knock 'em dead!

Somehow this doesn't fit with my jeans and flannel shirts and hats.


Saint Pat said...

That's all right. The quiz simply tapped into your inner self's fashionista.

Anonymous said...

If I took a fashion quiz it might break the computer.

Anonymous said...

This was not what I expected when I found your comments on other blogs. How funny! As I read on it was what I hoped it would be. Lovely. eBay...cupcakes temptations I know well.

Judy Vaughan-Sterling said...

I gave up "dress for success" many years ago. Now I go to work in jeans and a tee-shirt. If I have to go out to lunch, I put a string of mom's pearls on with the tee-shirt. I wear jeans to church, because God is just happy to see me, He doesn't care what I have on under the choir robe.

I found a pair of my daughter's thong underwear in the dryer, and didn't know what it was (a scrap of fabric? Lint?). She has not stopped laughing yet.

Rock on with the jeans and flannel shirts!

PseudoPiskie said...

I don't own any jeans. Or anything denim. It is cold in winter and hot in summer. I live in sweatpants most of the year. No flannel shirts either. Just a large wardrobe of turtlenecks and sweaters for winter and probably some 100 or so tees for summer. I don't wear sweats or tees to church ordinarily. I wore dresses until recently. And no thong underwear. I can't imagine the discomfort of living with a constant wedgie.

One resolve I made long before reaching Social Security age was to be comfortable. Fortunately for others, clean is comfortable. lol