The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
Someone asked me today if I was a stylist. I replied, “Nope, just a broke paralegal in a six-year old dress.”
I still remember the first time I saw Kara Janx’s famous kimono wrap dress on Project Runway (Season 2). I longed for that dress enough to price it online. It was more expensive then than it is now, but either way, far out of a working mom’s wardrobe budget.
Still, it was hard to forget.
So when I stumbled upon this Jones New York kinda-kimono wrap dress on a Marshalls clearance rack for THIRTEEN DOLLARS, I yelled, “Bless Patsy!”
No, I didn’t, but according to A Glossary of Quaint Southernisms, “Patsy is the patron saint of Southern euphemisms.” Well, I never. As in never heard of Patsy before, and I’ve lived in the South all my life.
|Jones New York wrap dress (Marshalls clearance, old); Nine West Flex Pumps (Shoe Carnival); Metal beads (I haven’t a clue).|
The law office where I work is located in a beautiful historic, haunted house. But we have to lock down the rockers on the front porch. Apparently, ghosts don’t deter rocker thieves.
|It feels good to
|If my grandpa had seen this faux snake skin up close, he’d of beat it to death with an axe.|
Who is your fave Project Runway designer to date?