This is how I shop:
Step One: Realize that every single piece of clothing I own is torn, stained, or the wrong size.
Step Two: Plan to go get some new clothes. Sometime.
Step Three: Haul two ornery children to Target for baby wipes, laundry detergent and applesauce.
Step Four: Happen to walk past the clothing section, grab anything that looks remotely attractive or generally the correct size, throw it in the cart and buy it,
Step Five: Try clothes on in the kitchen while the children are eating lunch.
Step Six: Return 74% of everything I buy.
So yesterday, I bought this skirt.
(Why, no. I couldn't have bothered to put on a clean shirt. And that's only water anyway, I was cooking.)
What do you think? Cute? Acceptable? Return immediately? Take those zipper pulls off the pockets and it'll work?
Do you feel any differently about it once you know this:
Skort! Oh! Em! Gee! I accidentally bought myself a skort! Now, it is a skirt on top all the way around, and not one of those oh so sexy mullet skorts (skirt in the front, shorts around the back), but still. Skort!
Which considering that I haul two children around with me all the time, and considering that neither of my children has any sense of personal space or privacy or modesty it is actually rather practical. And yet, skort!
It just seems so.... skort-y. What do you think?
(Also, oh hell, I just posted a crotch shot on the internet. Am classy.)