just sayin’

Nothing says “class” like accessorizing your red velour track suit with a Fendi bag. Seriously, people, how hard is it to put on a pair of jeans to wear to your kid’s open house? On the other hand, at least she wasn’t wearing pajama bottoms. I see that far too often, too. But still, is it just me, or is anyone else upset that our fashion standards have slipped so low? It doesn’t take that much to look presentable. If you have time to stop by Dunkin Donuts to get a cup of coffee before the function, then you have time to make yourself look halfway decent. And if you have the money for a designer purse? Then you have absolutely no excuse for not throwing on a pair of Levi’s.


  1. Christina says:

    As my mom says, people today dress like slobs, especially for occasions that call for nicer clothing, like weddings and funerals. I still cringe when I see people at church with jeans or shorts and I absolutely can’t stand seeing people wearing pajama bottoms outside of the home (frequently at the airport).

    Interestingly, my grandfather would not permit blue jeans in his house when my mom was growing up. They were considered workmen’s clothing and should only be worn while farming or in a garage. Times certainly have changed.

  2. Lisanne says:

    haha 🙂 Yeah, I know what you mean. One of my favorite things is my nice pair of khaki pants, which I can dress up for meetings, interviews, etc. With nice jewelry, it can really look professional. I see plenty of people shopping in Wal-Mart with PJ bottoms!

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