There's something about animal print that makes me feel a bit hoochie.
The skirt being skin-tight doesn't help either. Put me on Dalhousie Street
and I'll fit right in. (A topical joke for any fellow Ottawans) Although, I'm
not sure hookers wear flats. Not that I fraternize with any ladies of the
night. However, if I might add, flats are probably a better idea than
stilettos. You can run away faster if a john gets scary. I'm just saying.
I tried to tone the print down with a simple knit sweater. The bright
orange tights might bring me back up though. This probably all in my
head. Like all the other voices no one else can hear....
On the topic of bright orange tights, I was watching something on tv
today regarding what women wear and whether or not their style
repelled or attracted men. That is some crazy talk. Some of the things
that repel men, apparently,are overalls, clogs, shoulder-pads, and
anything overly structured. Allegedly, men like women that wear
comfortable things. But overalls are comfortable, duh! I was going to
say I'm surprised this is even atopic for a segment, but then again, no,
I'm not really surprised at all. I can't imagine concerning myself with
what a man wants me to wear though. I ask you this though, if a woman
is rocking denim overalls,a blazer with 80's shoulder-pads, and four inch
stiletto heels covered in spikes, but has a kick-ass sense of humour, is
insanely beautiful, and is fully capable of carrying a conversation with
pretty much just about anyone because she's incredibly cultured and
intelligent, would the outfit really be a repellent? Ponder that one. And
on that note, good day!
My sister's necklace
Fancy Sox Tights
Glasses c/o Firmoo
Tahari Wool Sweater