It's been a week since we last touched base on 30for30.
Contrary to what you may think, just because I haven't posted doesn't mean I haven't been wearing clothes to work.
Day7 may lead you to believe otherwise.
More 30 for 30 below.
Oh, KBP wears clothes, too.
|Mrs. P takes no prisoners. Weapon of choice: a combination of a pencil skirt and two cats who play video games.|
|Braid, Belt, Boot, and Recycle. Repeat!|
|The B in KBP is for Beauty and Beret.|
|Hip background c/o Jenny B's apt in NYC.|
|Somedane wanted the spotlight.|
|On my wrist|
What exactly are not-pants?
1) a piece of clothing to be worn on the legs as a facade for pants. Best used when wearer is feeling extremely lazy, "curvy", or has no clean real-pants.
"These not-pants are the reason I didn't get tenure!"
Not-pants take on various forms. One example is jeggings*. Jeggings often disguise themselves as skinny jeans. Tricia Gail and I have a similar pair from Target that are very convincing. The piece of apparel pictured in day7's 30for30 are a terrible excuse for not-pants. They are simply a thicker, textured legging with a vertical seam down the front of each leg.
When I confronted TG with my not-pants situation, she tried to make me feel better by saying, "They look like riding pants." That's exactly what I was going for, the "straight-from-the-barn look".
Who am I kidding? My dog is the size of a small pony and I wear denim and gingham way too frequently. I love the straight-from-the-barn look.
Next time, I'll take some photos in a hay loft.
*Note: Jeggings are not to be confused with jorts; a very light or dark wash denim pair of shorts with a carpenter's loop. Unfortunately, no hammers rest within this loop. Jorts usually fall far below the wearer's knees and are also referred to in some circles as the devil's hybrid.*