Ok, so my little break was a little longer than I thought. Between travel and homeownership, I have not had a lot of time to blog. So I'm going to ease back into it. I wanted to share this article with you that a friend sent me awhile back. Yes, I realize it is nearly a year old but it is still really funny.
The 40 Worst Dressed Cities in America (From GQ)
This article makes me nostalgic for the days when I ran the Fashion Police at my high school. Some favorite quotes:
"If you're in Raleigh, your shit better have pleats. It's basically the town's mascot."
"Look, we get that several decades of economic ruin and sports frustration can make anyone loathe to change out of sweatpants. But does West 6th Street really have to be turned into a Jersey Shore penal colony?"
"Your shorts are past your ankles, which makes them, well, pants. Except they've got enough rhinestones on them to make them, well, a tiara. Except, you're not a 4-year-old girl playing princess, you're a 24-year-old a guy named Vito who just did seventy diamond-hand pushups in the bathroom of da club."
"The citizens of Pittsburgh—that hardened, blue-collar town on the banks of the Monongahela River, long ago described as "Hell with the lid taken off"— indulge a style that could be referred to as "Game Day Casual" (or "Meth Lab Formal," depending on your preference.)"
"Los Angeles' most enduring sartorial contribution to the planet is leggings. And their sequel, the still-confusing jegging."
Do you live in one of these cities? Agree or disagree? What is the worst fashion offense you have seen recently?