Thursday, June 02, 2016

Class Fool

I’m not being self-deprecating when I say I LOL at being described as “classy.” I have no class. But I can see how this outfit might fool a stranger.

Dress, Suzi Chin for Maggy Boutique (consignment). Belt, gift. Shoes, Linea Paolo. Sunglasses, Coco Sunglasses. Earrings, Claire’s. Bag, Aldo.

I think the least classy aspect of my personality is my sense of humor. I cackle endlessly at fart jokes and men in drag. I like nothing better than a good pun. And I think it’s super funny to keep my beer cool in a Kum & Go koozie.


Anonymous said...

OMG I love your hair!!!

Anonymous said...

Please... You would make an onion sack look classy. As far as I am concerned, being classy is a state of mind and you've got both the positive mental attitude combined with an amazing sense of style. This is an awesome set of photos displaying both elements.

Looking great as always.

Sheila said...

You are my kind of classy (or as I think of it, "klassy" spoken with a Brooklyn accent - don't ask why a west coast Canuck is doing this, you don't want to know!).

I love this outfit - so neutral, so unlike you! But also so very you, in a very subversive way. Blue hair, funky dress, and that gleam in your eye.

Anonymous said...

Agree with previous commenters! You are classy, but not in the stuffy "traditional" way. More like the Aunt Mame kind of classy, where you know what you like, you look good and have fun with it, and you enjoy life!


BTW, the Aunt Mame comment is meant as a compliment. It's one of our favorite movies.

Lorena said...

I declare myself to be a fan of your hair: WOW K, it looks amazing as the entire look.