At the end of my freshman year of high school, I went to Europe with my high school's foreign language club. I hadn't seen the pictures my dad and I took for a long, long time so this weekend while I was at home, I looked through them.
And I was really just expecting to see some pretty shots of churches and statues and fountains and that sort of thing, but what I saw was horrifying.
I was a fashion victim from HELL. It was so bad, in fact, that I am not willing to let you see them. But I will leave you with the picture above (of Assisi, Italy) and these words of wisdom I wish I'd heard five and a half years ago:
- Loren, Loren. Those tall socks? They are not flattering. I have nothing to say, I'm just going to stand here and shake my head.
- Sundresses=good. Sundresses+button-down shirt=not good.
- Your hair actually looks ten times better on the days you didn't have the opportunity to assault it with a curling iron.
- OH THE HUMANITY. Get rid of those khakis. FLARED at the ankle, please. FLARED.