What I'm really looking for is A Working Dress (or skirt or top or jacket or shoes).
The concept of a working dress hit me when I wanted to take some outdoor pictures of my crazy comfortable, wrap and go Karina Dress a couple of weekends ago. The Teen was going to take them on the way to the mall, where we planned to look for a prom dress (more about that in a separate post, complete with The Hallelujah Chorus).
The Deets: rita ~ short sleeve, aqua paisley (Karina Dresses); Mary Janes (jcp $20 last year); F21 cuff Smurf tights keep jumping in my outfits lately. Live large! Did someone say breakfast?
But the wind was blowing so hard, I nixed the idea of outdoor pics. I stopped to get gas, and while I was pumping it, it occurred to me that I had on a great dress for pumping gas (photo op!), and truth be told, any dress that I buy is gonna have to
haul kitchen trash (peee-yeeww)
shop Trader Joe's (yaaaay!)
buy fast food to go (yuck)
scoop the cat box (double-yuck)
go to Walmart for socks (yawn)
chauffeur The Teen (James! Spader! not)
try not to be mean (in the post office line)
walk a wild dog (or two)
probably jog (wrong shoes, crap)
go to the bank (no money, crap)
pick up something rank (back to dogs)
wipe off coffee stains ("travel" mug)
survive spring rains (and wind see pic)
The End for Now
Gotta love a dress that works as hard as I do. Thanks, Karina Dresses, for understanding that I need a working dress.
Here's a great way to add a hard working and beautiful Karina Dress to your wardrobe. With the All You Need Is Love membership, $99 gets you one free dress, plus $30 off any full-priced dress - on as many dresses as you like - throughout your membership period. And lots more. Or you can enter to win $1,000 in Karina Dresses in the Spring 2013 Dresstacular (Pin to Win)!
With my vintage MIA boots and my hair in my face (again)
What does your hard working dress (or pants or skirt or suit) have to do? Dear Creative Readers, if you want to add two lines to the above "poem", I can keep this thang going!