The more we change the more we stay the same.
In the early 90’s, my friend Brittany and I joined a group of local ne’er-do-wells on a public access television program. It was a comedy sketch show that was a little like Saturday Night Live meets Mystery Science Theater 3000. Brittany and I were in our teens, but everyone else was in their early 20’s. I wish I could find footage. I remember a sketch about the Slap On (a parody of the Clap On) and one on diapers to wear when you’re partying so that you don’t have to take a break to pee. That last one ended our public access acting career. Brittany’s mom saw that the adults were drinking on set and forbid her from participating. I didn’t want to go alone.
Today, I returned to public access television with our televised Toastmasters meeting. I gave a speech and Beefy gave an evaluation. I’ll share the link when it is available!
Shirt, Old Navy. Skirt, Talbot’s. Shoes, Enzo Angiolini. Bag, Aldo. Earrings, Girlshop.
This outfit is also a throwback. I rarely wear such a conservative and solid look. It reminds me of the early days of the blog, before I discovered pattern mixing. In fact, I had trouble finding anything in my closet that was tv-friendly – not black, not white, not red, not patterned.