Pants Are Lame9:04 AM
In my last post I complained about not having an excuse to buy back-to-school clothes this year because I am no longer in school. Normally I would just buy clothes anyway, but since the wedding will be upon us in just over five weeks, I can’t really afford to buy new clothes for the hell of it. Unless, I am replacing some other item of clothing that can no longer be worn.
When Kyle and I first moved into our house, a year and a half ago already, we were very thankful to receive a washer and dryer from two different people who no longer had need for them. I used to like going to the laundry mat, personally. I would often bring a book with me or homework and pretend like I was living in some cool city like New York instead of a boring suburb, but my vivid imagination wasn’t enough to make up for all of the quarters needed to wash all of our clothes each week. Free appliances? Yes please! However, the only downside is the small bit of rust in either the washer or the dryer. Rust that often ends up on our clothing and most recently, all over the butt of my grey corduroy pants, resulting in a stain that resembled shit. Sad as I was to part with my pants, I did not want to look like I pooped in them so I took the opportunity to buy new ones, hence the trousers in these photos.
I stand at 5 feet 6, and most of my height is in my torso. So, pants like these are usually avoided by people with my shape and size, wearing them with flats didn’t help here either. But “What not to wear” and Cosmo be damned! I love these pants! Trousers have a cozy, and a vintage feel to them, as well as being pants I would typically see on an old man, and now they are mine! Muwahaha! And besides, my butt is happy in these pants, even if pants are lame.
Jacket, top & purse-Thrfited
Pants & belt-F21