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Dressing for the life I wish I lived

Monday, September 16, 2013

Yes, this is about clothes. Not important stuff, just clothes.
I am a little too fond of clothes and I have too many. And then I buy more. I haven't even worn some of them.
I buy clothes for my imaginary life, the one where I go to cocktail parties and drink champagne in a silk sheath, pearls, and a French twist...oh, and it's 1964 and my date is George Harrison.
And I live my real life in a pair of blown-out jeans and scuffed-up Danskos, and nobody minds, or even notices.
It's Birthday Week for me. I decided that, in honor of Birthday Week, I am going to wear a new outfit from my closet every day (or a creative remix of pieces if I run out of work clothes, seeing as how I buy cocktail dresses mostly), and style my hair and makeup beautifully even if it means going out and buying more products.
Because you never know when you'll be transported back to 1964 and into George Harrison's arms. Must be prepared.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TRESSWANN 9/16/2013 8:18PM

    Yeah, clothes! Sounds great! Have fun!

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SABLENESS 9/16/2013 12:46PM

    Years ago, I started dressing especially well on "down" days. It didn't fix things, but made me feel better. Wear those dressy clothes and enjoy them for yourself! emoticon

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DIANE7786 9/16/2013 7:47AM

    emoticon People notice what others wear even if they don't say anything. Looking your best is a great gift to yourself. Be the romantic retro girl that's in your heart!

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    Sounds like a lot of fun and will be an interesting week.

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MRSBUDRYZER 9/16/2013 7:35AM

    Have fun!! emoticon

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GRAMPIAN 9/16/2013 6:38AM

  A great fantasy! emoticon

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