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Friday, October 1, 2010

Bits and Bobs

Hello everyone!

This post is about nothing in particular, but is my chance to squish a pile of miscellaneous things into the blog and in general crap on in a way I normally wouldn't.

First up, I've been wasting some time recently watching old Full House episodes and it is just brilliant. I've brought along a little souvenir for you here....screen grabs of hair styles from season 4 (1990-1991). Its a pretty big sign that we're beginning to be swamped by 90s fashions if I think DJ Tanner's hair is the coolest. How did they do that fringe??? I had a Barbie doll that had a fringe like that. Yes, I would love to rock this look. But the reason I really had to give you a screen grab was because of this boy's hair:

Yes that's a mullet in a pony tail. Back view please!

The funniest thing is that this kid was giving DJ a hard time about giving Kimmy Gibbler the job as sports editor for the school paper (cos DJ is the editor of the school paper...but later on she gives Kimmy the job of gossip columnist and lets Little Boy Rat Tail here write about sport....aaaanyway....). I was all "Come on, Donna Jo! Give him some shit about his hair!!".

Also while I'm talking about Full House, I have two important words: JOHN STAMOS. Two more words: ON GLEE. Anyone who cares knows what I'm talking about.

I'm currently having a wardrobe crisis. I'm really enoying the brown leather thing at the moment, and all my accesories (ie boots and bags) for now are leather. So I need a new bag for my course next week, something I can fit books in, and I really thought I was going to be purchasing a brown leather satchel bag, but I've just realised that I love my black boots more than my brown boots (it's ok, the brown boots don't read this blog). So now I have to buy a black satchel??? Yuck! I'm on the verge of looking like Neo from The Matrix. I'd better make up my mind soon or else I'll be carrying my books in a shopping bag. Don't laugh, seems like they had a similar problem at Jil Sander in Milan this week:
So perhaps my shopping bag solution is just tres chic....

Finally I'll leave you all with a question: how low can you go?
I'm talking about necklines. How low is too low? When is it too much?
I get stares and whistles from men when I'm out walking because, of course, as I walk things jiggle and that seems to attract some attention. Now I have it on good authority that I "tend to wear very revealing stuff", and in my defence this is after trying to wear unrevealing clothing. So I put it to you, how low may I go?


Anonymous said...

in answer to you question...a turtleneck is always appropriate....
xx christine

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