What I Wore: How to Dress

Of course living in a new place not knowing the weather patterns and people, or have a reason to dress or the fact I have a small wardrobe can make you feel like not dressing up. But this is how a dress on an average day and the steps I take to not wear my birthday suit and look at least presentable in case a charming fellow walks my way... me tripping in front of said man or having any conversation ruins it though.

First start with a pattern and solid. Works everytime. Cover your nude body accordingly, today the weather was mild so I exposed my pastey legs, not everyone does.

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Second, pick out how you will carry your necessities. Purses and bags work well for me, but we are all different. Shoes are good if you plan on walking anywhere other that your house, just in case there is any broken glass or bum pee lurking on the street. Then if you are feeling fancy you try out something called a necklace and bracelet. Can't really explain them but they should be in the dictionary... look them up.

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If the day is warm you can carry you jacket in case the weather turns. That's was this looks like.

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Then when it gets chilly you can put on that jacket mentioned previously and you'll feel toasty. Genius I know.

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And that's how I determine what to wear daily. I know I know, you had to take notes it can be tough. Hope you enjoyed this lesson, a wall in my room, and my crookedly hung paintings.

Huggles,
Lauren

3 comments:

Dorien | November 13, 2011 at 1:23 AM

Great lesson! ;-) And thanks so much for putting a smile on my face :-)

Tess Malone | November 13, 2011 at 3:00 AM

haha I loved how tongue in cheek this post was. Some fashion bloggers take themselves way too seriously, but this was a highly amusing satire. I laughed out loud at your point about shoes, gotta watch out for that broken glass.

Bailey JA | February 15, 2012 at 7:44 AM

Out of curiosity where do you find shoes like that? Or would you happen to know what type of "style" those shoes are?