There are very few things in this world that would make me stop wanting to be a woman. I absolutely love the experience. Mostly because I live it on my terms. I dont take “women should” shit from nobody! Not burning my bra or anything like that…just a waste of good sexy lingerie. But, I will have choice words for anyone who comes along with their nose in my sexy stride.
BUT…I want to know what happened to the hot chic? I mean, I am the first one to go out of the house without make-up. Granted! And, I have no problems with throwing on a pair of jean with a LSU sweatshirt. Guilty! Sometimes, my hair is not exactly in Top Model form. Noted! I can rock a pair of flannel cat PJ as good as the next woman.
What I want to know is this: When did PJs and slippers become public wear? I see it in the stores. I see it in the mall. I saw it in Baskin Robbins (ice cream place for my Aussie Scorpio!). And, more confusing, it is not the usual suspects. Not married, tired soccer moms barely making it until 1o pm to take the kiddies to get ice cream so they will shut the hell up!
Ummm….ok. I digress, but you can tell she is thinking it! It is young girls between the ages of 18 to 25 that are sporting this new attire that just says sloppy.
I mean, some pride in appearance please. Not asking for women to look like Angelia Jolie when running to the store for a morning coffee, but really. Do you have to look like you are staying the night at a homeless shelter? And, really, you dont get to get upset if that super-cute little guy that walks through the door for an ice cream fix wont throw you second look even on a slow night with pocket full of condoms! I mean, really…guys are visual and a thong wont work under baggy flannel PJs that are a throw back to middle school.
In truth, it makes me sad to see a young, pretty girl appear in public in flannel PJs and slippers. It does not say fashion statement or that she was too busy to bother. It says that depression meds are needed now!
Realistically, I think women should find and rock their own style. But, PJs are not a style. They are sleeping attire. Agree, disagree, dont care? Let me know…you know I love the polls! ~~Dee