The wonderful world of the interwebs includes a blog called “What I Wore.” If you haven’t already guessed, it’s a visual account of what one woman wears every day. It might sound like a drag to you, but I like it. The woman in question seems like somebody you could actually hang out with, not a crazy fashionista who just wants to go shopping all the time. She has a fun sense of style, too. She tries new things that I wouldn’t necessarily go for (turban-ish headbands being the number one thing I can think of), and she likes classic styles as well. It’s a good mix. Anyway, the main point is that I like her blog and look at it on a regular basis.
I’ve been preoccupied lately, so when I tried to get to the blog in question, I typed the wrong address a time or two (or three). It turns out that “whatiwore.com” is the same idea from a different person. I like the “whatiwore.com” guy, too.
I like the fact that on his merchandise page, you can buy a sleeveless t-shirt with pictures of him all across the back. I like the pool project in which he decides to swim in an above-ground pool through the winter. I like that he might be making fun of the look-at-me thing, but I can’t be certain about that. And more than any of the other reasons, I like that he’s been doing this consistently since July 2003.
Just for the sake of playing fair, today I’m wearing khaki pants, heels that I’ve owned since ninth grade, and a cute short-sleeved sweater. Now the cycle is complete and we all know what everyone else is wearing. Very important business.