March 30, 2010 at 9:48 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

9:49 PM.  All’s calm on the western front.  Closet state: immaculate.  T-shirts: folded.  Hanging items: ironed (finally!) and cuffed.  Scarves: organized from biggest to smallest.  Mood: happy.

8:18 AM.  Mayday!  Mayday!  We have coastal flooding in NJ and relatedly (*not a real word) a closet disaster on our hands.  Perpetrator is distraught about dressing appropriately for today’s soggy forecast.  Rain puddles create a footwear challenge and precipitation will surely compromise hair quality.

8:25 AM.  Fairy Fidel Castro arrives.  “Stupid American… wear this!”

Whatttt?  Sometimes it takes a dash of dictatorship to get your *ss out the door in the morning!

– Victoria’s Secret wool military sweater
– Red belt, Express
– Banana Republic cargo pants
– Christian Siriano for Payless boots
– Tile necklace from Australia (*thanks sis!)
– 4 stacked rings
– Mesh ring, Tiffany
– And the ever-evolving manicure has become a French



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  1. love the hat and hope the flooding isn’t too bad!

  2. When it rains, I tend to dress uglier. Do you think rain is the cause or the effect? Also, rise of house music, fall of apartheid – coincidence or not?

  3. Don’t worry Rach, flooding here is nothing like flooding in the Midwest. It’s actually just an excuse for me to whine and not much worse. Challon — I think you’re onto something. 2 somethings! Maybe you could Groucho Marx the “when it rains, it pours” quote into “when it rains, I tend to dress uglier.”

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