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Nice remembrance of her.
Your style is second to nun.
Made in the same overseas factory as Wal-Mart jeans, just with different stitching on the pockets… and an insane price tag attached!
Angels need some new designer wings and halos, maybe she could assist with that.
That is called “marketing”. Instead of lowering the price raise it to new heights for some imagined vanity.
Take ‘em off. You can’t take it with you.
The angel on the left looks very attentive and hopeful – I wonder why.
I have never understood “fashion”. ‘Course I’m an engineer, and very probably on the very high-functioning end of the autism spectrum (or if not, I fake it very well). For me, what matters is
1: Does it fit comfortably and work in the weather I’ll see while wearing it (so, warmth, coolness, etc). This is an absolute requirement.
1.5: I do have a sense of taste (execrable, very likely), so it must also be something I don’t mind showing to the world. I have very seldom invoked this clause (which is why it’s only a half-clause by number) but I did turn down a tee shirt that was so obscene it would have embarrassed me; and I won’t wear a tie, or “western style” shirt (with slanted pockets).
2: Can it be washed in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. This counts into the decision to buy but it’s not a veto rule. I do own some dress pants and a sport coat. They are worn hardly ever, and in fact haven’t ever needed to be cleaned.
3: Does it (not) break my budget. This is an absolute requirement.
4: If it shows, does my wife tolerate how it looks (and for me, “socks don’t show”). This started out as negotiable, but I’ve now been trained… and she gave up worrying about white socks.
5: There is no 5th point. In particular “fashionable” isn’t even on the same spreadsheet. If it’s available for purchase this year, it is ipso facto fashionable “enough”.
What is that oval thing in her hand?
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