We’ve gotten rid of that other style columnist out of Chicago, the one who thinks $20.00 is no big deal to spend. We’ve continued on with the local style columnist, who I actually like. But I wonder if male fall fashions are taking their cues from Northwest hipster trends, or maybe we just live IN the center of Northwest hipster trends.
4 thoughts on “Oh really?”
Bow ties? Really? I personally feel that they'll never be "in" but what do I know? I've seen a lot of plaid around in the last year or so, and it's nice to see them doing it a lot better than they did back in the 90s. Also, I remember the 80s, so denim that isn't a part of actual jeans (i.e. jackets, skirts, dresses) will always seem tacky to me.
I love me a good bow tie! But I hear you on things coming back around that you just can't do. My personal one is tops with those see-through/mesh sleeves/chest area. Hated them then, hate them now.
Slouched socks. I loved them then, but I hate them now. And bow ties are the best. It was probably one of the most wonderful things about living south of the Mason Dixon. It didn't hurt that for a long time we went to a church with a lot of Family and loved to dress up on Sundays. There were always bow ties. Every Sunday. No matter what. And Easter. Oh my! Then there was seersucker, too. And you know how I feel about that.
I just wrote a long comment about my love for bow ties. Not sure if it showed up. Sorry if it didn't. Disregard this one if it did.