Bethany’s Experience of Day Four:
Today, en route to work, I was making up love poems to my jeans. Man, I miss wearing pants!
But today’s outfit, courtesy (mostly) of my younger daughter, is actually something I think I’ve worn before, almost exactly like this, minus the boots and the jewelry. It’s usually something more of a summer thing but I wasn’t too disappointed with her choices, to be honest.
Abby’s Experience of Day Four:
My husband is convinced that I’ve been cheating at this challenge up until this point so he took it upon himself to level the playing field last night. While I was making dinner he decided to take over and “help” her find some inspiration. As I peeked around the corner I saw them both digging into the depths of my closet. He was pulling out everything he could find in the back corners (mainly everything with ruffles)
Audrey honed in on this pink and black dress. She said it looked like a princess dress. As Ross was trying to pull out more items to make this outfit as zany as possible she was at the other side of the room picking out the perfect necklace to go with it. Jewelry takes the longest for Audrey and quite possibly the most important part for her. (Good girl)
I had to butt in and explain that I wasn’t about to wear a dress without pants or a sweater. So I facilitated the rest. She picked out this sweater because it has black elbow patches shaped like a heart. The pants, not sure why she picked these, but I love these pink skinny jeans and actually wear them quite a bit. I thought it was really cute that the purple bracelets on each wrist are back from two days ago.
I’ve received a couple complements on this outfit already. A few coworkers mentioned that it would be cute if I substitute the pink skinny jeans for a black pair of tights or leggings. All I can say is I’m glad I’m not wearing the dress from 2004!
I, like Bethany, love wearing my jeans on Friday, so my plan is to throw as many pairs as possible in the running tonight because you never know. I have a feeling I will be wearing a dress again. Especially if Ross has anything to do with it.