Ianqui's 365 Project

Friday, May 18, 2007

138/365: Doesn't she know it's not yet Memorial Day?

Doesn't she know it's not yet Memorial Day?


I don't really understand the concept of wearing all white in a city. By the end of the day, you're bound to look like crap. And don't you fear sitting down...anywhere? And heels with shorts are, well, icky.

8 Comments:

At 5/18/2007 7:11 PM, Blogger Ampersand said...

Icky is a kind word for it.

 
At 5/18/2007 8:16 PM, Blogger jo(e) said...

I think global warming has changed that whole rule about not wearing white before Memorial Day.

I cannot even imagine trying to walk around a city in heels like that. I hate to think how much damage she is doing to her feet and lower back.

 
At 5/19/2007 4:01 AM, Blogger Ianqui said...

jo(e)--not only that, but, well, they don't have memorial day in Spain :)

 
At 5/19/2007 9:27 AM, Blogger Seeking Solace said...

I don't buy the rule about white before Memorial Day. That being said, if you are going to do it, head to toe white is just wrong.

Plus, is it just me or are those shorts a bit too tight on her???

 
At 5/19/2007 6:22 PM, Blogger david mcmahon said...

Hi ianqui,

Nice work. Been busy the past coupla days, but it's always a pleasure to visit your blog.

David

 
At 5/19/2007 7:45 PM, Blogger Billie said...

Yea, I don't get the "white" thing, either. It's a nice color and all, but . . . . it makes you look large and it gets really dirty, but she sort of strikes me as one who NEVER gets dirty. Ever.

 
At 5/19/2007 10:02 PM, Blogger Jess said...

She should also consider buying the next size up, but I personally hate the pasted bum look. :)

 
At 5/21/2007 9:51 AM, Blogger julieunplugged said...

I just love this shot. You know, we may all say how ridiculous this look is, but can you imagine what these dressy Spaniards feel when they come to America and women are in these baggy, sloppy sweats with over sized t-shirts and flip flops while out in public? ;)

I like the dressed-up-ness of Europe. :)

 

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