Wednesday, March 11, 2009

I'm Not A Fashionista But...

If there is one thing I say that you can believe it is that I am not a fashion conscious person. I don't own a suit. My clothes are limited to scrubs, jeans, t-shirts, and pull overs.

With that said, I am not the best judge of fashion. Even I think this is weird though.

Actually my wife wore this to the Christmas party this year

This is what I call high fashion, plus she's prettier than these women

Any ladies reading with any fashion sense, let me know your thoughts.

Photo credits


Brenda Jean said...

I agree she is prettier than all the top models. But I hate to disagree I DID NOT wear that to the Christmas party-- it was the pink version of it. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

sue said...

I'm with ya on the fashion thing, Chuck. I wear jeans and fleece jackets 365 days a year.

mksviews said...

The first one sure ain't gettin' any hugs, that's for sure.

The second one, yeah i'd be pissed off and sour too if i were wearing that.

That last little one appears to be wearing a paper plate on her head, much better looking.

Leslie said...

And we wonder why these models always look depressed and irritated...I would be too if someone came to me with a serious face saying, "This is the one you will model..."

Third picture is the best, lovliest, and happiest!

I sacrifice fashion for comfort every day. If someone doesn't like what I'm wearing...don't look. Yes, I wear tennis shoes with sweaters and jeans, I wear white socks whenever I want...and so on. And guess what? I am smiling, comfortable, and happy. Cute too, but don't tell anyone I said so.

*smiles* Leslie

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

It's like abstract art....I just don't get it.

Brooke said...

Your daughter has far better fashion sense than hose designers, hands down.

Seriously, are those two photoshopped?

As a lady, my fashion outside of work consists of jeans and a nice v neck sweater in the winter, and in the summer, sandals, jeans and perhaps a tank top.

There in nothing on the planet that could entice me or anyone I know to put on a getup like the ones you posted!

Chuck said...

Brenda Jean,

Sue, thanks for stopping by. No metal plates on your clothes?

MK, nice thing is the paper plate is an original

Leslie, the look is hunger, they haven't eaten in a week

Wordsmith, good point

Brooke, at 9 (she was considerably younger in the picture) she's getting to be quite the little diva with clothes

Gramma 2 Many said...

Gotta go for door #3.
Jeans, a T shirt and maybe a paper plate hat for me any day.

cube said...

The first model is dressed to kill... literally.

The second is just silly unless it comes in pink one, of course ;-)

The third one is a cutie pie with a darling homemade hat.

If I could, I'd live in sweats and sneakers when it's cold and shorts and t-shirts when it's hot. I do have to dress up once in a while, but I don't like it.

Chuck said...

Gramma, the hat does make a statement plus if you get hungry and don't have a plate handy...

Cube, the pic of my daughter is a little old. She is 9 now and has since grown horns and breathes fire. We still love her though.