Shorts (Someone called them kulats the last time I wore them? Inaccurate, I say): Charlotte Russe several years ago
Cardigan: "Borrowed" from my mom
No detail shots for you today! I know, wah wah. I couldn't get them just the way I wanted them, so I gave up. I assume you get the gist of things, regardless.
I wear this black ribbon as an accent maybe once bi-weekly, on average. The last time I wore it was when Matt and I were in Cape Girardeau for his nephew's birthday, a few weeks ago. We were downtown searching for coffee, when we noticed this group of people walking around in brightly-colored, old-timey clothing. Old-timey as in old West. When we finally found a coffee spot, the man taking our order asked me what we were all dressed up for; and by "we" he was including me in the old West group.* I blushed and
explained to him laid it down for him that I was not a member of said group, just your occasional eccentric dresser. He was noticeably embarrassed and even said something involving the words "foot" and "mouth," but he was a cute old man, so it didn't matter. I'm a sucker for the old folks, folks.
Anyway, that was all to say that the ribbon can be confusing to some.
Can you tell which side I think is my best side? : )
BTW, the post title is in reference to the question above, but also to Remember the Titans. Anyone? No? Fine.
*With my masterful deductive skills, I concluded that these people were playing a live-action version of the Milton-Bradley classic, Clue.