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Gilmore Girls Fashion

Monday, September 26, 2016

Something totally random for this Monday morning and a departure from my regular blogs.

Anyone a fan of the Gilmore Girls from the dawn of the millenium? I ran across this article where a writer dressed like Lorelai Gilmore to gauge the reaction. Hilarious! I couldn't stop laughing!

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www.bustle.com/articles/
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P.S. For the record, I love DVF wrap dresses! I just haven't worn many of them in the past couple of years due to puffy tummy.
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  • PACEKA1
    I LOVED Gilmore Girls and have all 7 seasons on DVD (a gift for Christmas before Hulu & Netflix streaming). I'll have to get them out and re-watch.

    Thanks for sharing the article - it was fun to read!
    1581 days ago
  • VHALKYRIE
    Woubbie: Hahaha! What a interesting insight with the roommate experiment! Gives some thought to the statement "Walk a mile in another wo/man's shoes" might be literally true about understanding other people!
    1581 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/26/2016 10:38:37 AM
  • WOUBBIE
    That was neat!

    One fashion experiment my roommate and I tried once on a whim was to dress like each other. That was cosmically weird. You never realize how much character is in your clothing choices until you force yourself to wear someone else's. It was at that point that we both realized that if we were going to buy the other one a gift of clothing we should walk through the store and pick the one piece of clothing that we would personally never ever wear! Worked like a charm!
    1581 days ago
  • STEADYLIGHT
    I have always loved that look and wished I could have dressed that way. Thanks for sharing this article.
    1581 days ago
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