In Opinion As we emerge from more than a year of lockdown, questions like “What should I be wearing?” have taken on a renewed significance. The answer, writes @IsabelSlone, is both liberating and terrifying: Wear absolutely anything you want. https://t.co/bdmc8ILmvp
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@nytimes @isabelslone There can't be a worse-edited section of a major paper in the world than Times Opinion. Today they publish an op-ed that discusses a movie called “The Devil Wear Prada.” Even if you don't check titles of things, did the verb-noun-agreement problem not jump out at you people? https://t.co/xCECwWiJTP
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@nytimes @isabelslone There has to be some rules. For instance, members of Congress should not wear ball caps and teeshirts at the workplace @laurenboebert , and should not confuse Congress with a third rate diner.
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@nytimes @isabelslone I was shocked when I took my 15-year-old daughter clothes shopping and was transported back to my Beverly Hills, 90210 days. Jeans jackets, country florals, acid-washed cut-offs.
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Petunia
12 days ago
@nytimes @isabelslone I wear a mishmash of nightware, dayware, and outerwear to walk my dogs and go to stores and feel perfectly comfortable doing so. I just make sure to not look in a mirror and to cover my feet, as my toenails need trimming, a chore neglected during the pandemic.
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@nytimes @isabelslone It is interesting at times when media in US covers more details of the dress of the women accompanying the participants than the agenda.
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@nytimes @isabelslone How terrifying to not be judged on clothing!
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Jule Anne
12 days ago
@nytimes @isabelslone Seriously? Jesus!
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