Surprise! Yes, I am actually wearing clothes to BlogHer. Even more of a surprise? It hasn’t been that big of a deal.

At least not for me.

My mom, however, is another story.

What my mom would like me to wear



What I would like to wear


Nevertheless, I value my mom’s opinion, so I showed her my two outfits. She was horrified to see me sashaying out of the bathroom in white capris and a brown tank, but I assured her that this was my casual Saturday outfit. I’d be a little more dressy on Friday, the day I’ll be reading at the Community Keynote.


I showed her my Friday outfit, which I thought was quite cute.


“I think you need a different top.”

Bleah. I didn’t want to shop for a new top.

“And you need to wear a slip.”

“But the skirt is lined!”

“It doesn’t matter. Men will be able to see between your legs.”

Is that a bad thing? Suddenly enervated by trying on two whole outfits, I sank to the sofa and pouted.

So, my awesome mom appointed herself my personal shopper and went out to buy more white tops.

Many more white tops.


Trying on 5,000 white tops made me begin to doubt myself. Maybe I should go with a completely different outfit. But I wasn’t about to buy one. I hate shopping and I hate spending money on clothes. So I dug around in my closet.

What do you think?


I got these on ebay! But they’re both a little tight. And maybe too casual? What will Tim Gunn say?



These are my shoes. I’m sorry. Are you embarrassed for me? You should be. But I’m just not a “shoe” person. Don’t let my mom see this photo.

And finally. No matter what I wear, I’m gonna need a little support. In the form of giant underpants:


Which pair do you prefer? Seriously, I need your help. If I wear that thing on the right, all the men looking between my legs will see less thigh action. But I won’t be able to breathe much. If I wear the white thing, my thighs will roam free, but I might actually be able to talk without hyperventilating.


MOM! Thank you for being my awesome personal shopper and all-around good sport. I love you and wish you could come watch me puke at BlogHer!

(MOM! I’m sorry I said “puke.” I meant “vomit.”)

IMPORTANT UPDATE! My personal shopper found a bee-yootiful sparkly pink top, which I will be wearing with the above skirt AND I did get cute(r) new sandals. Thank you to everyone who offered advice. If you’re going to BlogHer, look for the glittery girl in pink with the slight limp and flop sweat.

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44 Responses to “I’m Wearing Clothes to BlogHer”

  1. 1 dcr

    Are there going to be a lot of men at BlogHer? Look at the photo galleries from past events. Some men, but not a lot.

    So, I don’t think you need to worry too much about the men. However, since it will be mostly women, you may need to worry more about your shoes. ;)

    At least, that’s what I’m told–that women are into shoes. So don’t shoot the messenger.

    dcr’s last blog post..Dramatic Flowers

  2. 2 Daisy the Curly Cat

    Your mom looks real nice, and she has good fashion sense. I wish I could give you advice on the undies, but I do not wear underpants. If you want, you can borrow any of my clothes. Can you fit into a size eight (inches)?

    Daisy the Curly Cat’s last blog post..Spying on Aisy-Day

  3. 3 Grace

    The brown top and white capris – OK. I love the little spaghetti strap sun dresses – with a cropped cardigan or crocheted shrug they would be marvelous – but if they’re tight – well probably not a good choice. Wear whatever underwear is comfortable – comfort is one of the keys to looking good. Feel good, look good BUT only to an extent, which is the SHOES. You CAN find pretty, comfy flat shoes. I should know because I am a shoe freak but can no longer wear stilettos so I find sexy flats which are also comfortable. And why all the white tops? They are kinda boring!

    Grace’s last blog post..My husband’s big dilapidated recliner

  4. 4 Canucklehead

    I was going to say you should wear the ‘granny panties’, but I’m afraid that doesn’t narrow it down much. So sorry, you’re on your own this time …


    Canucklehead’s last blog post..Happy 7th Anniversary Schmoopy

  5. 5 Chris@TheSnackHound

    My mom and your mom must talk. When going coat shopping with mom, she made sure to show me everyting that made me either look like a Jawa or Hester Prynne. She continues to purchase gifts form in the form of muddied out colors and generously cut proportions. She wants no “hint” of feminine form under there, even though I am not an “early bloomer” 12 year old any more.

    I think that with the right support garments, anything is possible. You just go ahead and wear the slip dresses. So what if they are tight and go against the mom dress code. At least, my mom’s dress code.

    Chris@TheSnackHound’s last blog post..I Can’t Be a Barfly

  6. 6 janine

    Ok, first of all I like the ebay dress on the right, with the big flowers. you have the big support underwear so it should be fine but please for the love of god buy some new shoes to go with it. please, I beg you. Cute white flats of some sort.

    But then, the Cult Prairie dress is kind of cute too. So Laura Ingalls-ish and could land you a spot as fourth wife! Course if you are going to try to pull this look off, you’ll need to have some eyebrow extensions ala young Brooke Shields or that gal in the pic. It completes the look. Really.

    Finally (I promise) take all those white shirts back. If you see one picture of yourself in a white shirt you will burn every one you own and maybe even start a movement in which you organize a rally where women publically burn all their white shirts. Who knows, but trust me on this one.

    janine’s last blog post..Brace Yerself, Bridget!!!

  7. 7 Barb - WillThink4Wine

    Oh! Oh! Oh! I know… Why not wear the white capris both days, with the giant underpants on the right on the outside of the capris? Then it won’t matter which top you wear either day! bwahahahaha!

    I love the slip on shoes, mostly because I hate shoes and never wear anything but sandals.

    Barb – WillThink4Wine’s last blog post..sole survivor

  8. 8 Barb - WillThink4Wine

    I double dare ya! ;-D

    Barb – WillThink4Wine’s last blog post..sole survivor

  9. 9 Patricia

    I’ve presented papers at conventions so I have some experience in deciding what to wear to these things. If you’re going to be standing at a podium, no one will see your underwear (or your lower half). If you will be seated at a table, the audience may be able to see your lower half under the table and (depending how you sit)–your underwear. In that case, I’d opt for a loose, full skirt that will shield your panties from view. Also, go for the comfy shoes as you’ll be walking and standing a lot. A former professor of mine always dressed way down for her presentations and then dazzled everyone with her brilliance. No one could believe that anyone that dowdy could be that smart.

    Patricia’s last blog post..Another Amazing Chorus Communicates

  10. 10 Susan

    Tell your Mom that no one wears slips anymore. And white tops and flats are way too safe. But if you will be in front of an audience, you might be more comfortable in pants.

    If your foot/feet can handle it, get something with a heel. Heels make everything look better, I promise. Forget the slip, and lose the granny panties. Rock a thong!

    Susan’s last blog post..Vote Shane

  11. 11 Stephanie

    The only outfit I didn’t like was the first prairie one. OK, maybe the second one.

    I love shoes, but wear standard boring shoes most of the time. Apparently, I just like owning them.

    Clearly, you should not follow any fashion advice from me.

    Stephanie’s last blog post..Another Update for Bob

  12. 12 absepa

    Oh, I wish I didn’t live so far away! I would have loved to help with your personal shopping needs. Shopping is one of my favorite things, and I watch all the shows and read all the articles that tell you how to dress for your age/body type. I love this stuff.

    The slip dress with the larger flowers is nice. If you think it’s too casual, you could add a little 3/4-sleeved cardigan, which could also help to conceal any areas that you feel are too tight. I also like the skirt (it’s very cute and summery), but I agree with Janine–I would toss the white shirt. White tends to wash most people out, and, if you aren’t feeling your thinnest, it could make you feel worse. I also agree with your mom about the slip, but for a different reason. Wearing a slip under your skirt kind of helps it to “flow” over any problem areas, and it won’t appear as clingy. I also agree with Janine about the shoes–sorry! You could get some really cute white flats or sandals to wear during your presentation, and then change back into your comfy shoes for all the walking. You don’t have to wear heels to look nice and put-together.

    The brown top and capris are really cute! I think that is a perfect casual outfit. Thanks for letting us help with your wardrobe dilemmas.

    absepa’s last blog post..Crocs, say it ain’t so!

  13. 13 maggie

    I think I hate shopping as much as you do, so I really wanted to be able to tell you that everything was wonderful, but I have to agree with the people talking about the white shirt, unless you are fabulously dark skinned. I do like the skirt, and the 2nd Ebay dress. You need a new cute pair of sandals or something.

    Look on the bright side, now you know we are not afraid to tell you the truth, so when we say things are great, we mean that too!

  14. 14 JD

    dcr: No, that’s the thing! There’s probably going to be like 10 men there, and I doubt any of them are going to be looking at my skirt. And you’re dead right about the shoes. I still have time. I may be wearing see-through clothing, but my shoes must be perfect.

    Daisy the Curly Cat: Thank you, my mom will appreciate that. Uh, I’m guessing we probably cannot share clothes, but that’s awfully nice of you to offer. There are definitely some of your pink, glittery ensembles I’d be interested in.

    Grace: Thank you so much for your honesty! You’re so right about comfort, which is why I want to wear my trusted old shoes, but I’m sure I can find something a little cuter that is still comfy. I was convinced only a white or off-white top would go with that skirt, as I had already tried on tops of literally every color BUT, then we thought maybe pink would work. So it’ll be a pink or off-white top. Phew.

    Canucklehead: No, it doesn’t. I appreciate your daring to chime in, at least. Most men would be too afraid.

    Chris@TheSnackHound: HA! “Hester Prynne.” Today my mom asked about pantyhose. WHAT? I’m sure I’ll make up my mind at the last minute and whatever it is will be fine. I hate making a big deal about this kind of stuff, but it’s hard not to get caught up in the hysteria.

    janine: OK, I want you to tell me how you really feel about those white tops. As I type this, my mom is on her way with a sparkly pink top that I have high hopes for. And I’m listening to my readers. I WILL get new shoes. I promise. Thank you for your advice!

    Barb – WillThink4Wine: Yeah, I slip-on’s too. I forgot I had this pair, and it was only when I was out shopping and had a pair JUST LIKE IT in my hands that I remembered. But I still think I’ll look for a cuter pair. And I had not even thought of wearing the giant underpants on the OUTSIDE. Brilliant! Oh, you double-dare me, do you? Never say that to a blogger!

    Patricia: Good advice — thank you. I’ll be standing at a microphone, so all be be on view. No matter what kind of shoes I wear, they will be comfortable — even if I end up going with the ugly ones. Comfort comes first (sorry, mom!)

    Susan: OK, I’m definitely forgetting the slip, but I’m afraid I cannot do a heel OR a thong. I have rotten, old-lady feet and I desperately need support “back there.” But I’ll tell my mom what you said about slips.

    Stephanie: HA. I don’t get the shoe thing. I mean, they’re pretty to look at, but I hate spending money on them. And most of them look too uncomfortable to wear. Maybe that’s why you stick to your “standard boring shoes.”

    absepa: I wish you were going too! AND I wish you could be my personal shopper. I love the advice about a little cardigan with the dress and especially about the white top. I wouldn’t have known that. And yes, yes, the shoes! I hear you! I’m going out tomorrow to find a pair. That’s great advice about changing for the reading. I may carry my comfy, ugly ones with me, just in case. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

    maggie: Oh, you guys are awesome. Seriously. I so appreciate the frank and helpful comments. I knew the shoes were bad, but I guess I didn’t realize HOW bad. And the white top. DANG! How could I be so stupid? As of now, I’m going to look at the pink tops my mom bought me and still consider the 2d blue dress with a cardie.

  15. 15 NaTuRaL

    LOLOLOL! go naked. less worry.

    first picture looks like a dress from laura ingall’s closet. that look is so 1912 and amish. ditch that one, sorry mom.

    the 2nd outfit is great for conventions and parties. why? because you can’t sit down. you will have to work the room and you can’t be a wallflower. lean up against a wall, hit a nail and there goes your dress. so, that one has my vote.

    i like the saturday outfit. you can never go wrong with anything brown or natural colors.

    i recently wore a skirt that was not lined – very unusual for me – but it was hot and i said i don’t care who sees what, let them eat cake! truth be told, after having a baby anybody in a white coat can walk up to me and tell me to get undressed and open up and i’ll do it.

    i probably would pick the last dress for you to wear. actually if i dressed you, you would have on a pant suit and look like an accountant.

    the underpants. i would pick the un-tighty whities or nothing; or that might depend on one or two things, but uh, never mind. wear a depend. a diaper that’s right. if you get scared on stage, you will be soooo covered!

    NaTuRaL’s last blog post..I am conductor, hear me cook

  16. 16 ann

    I am so glad I found your blog today. What a treat this was.

    ann’s last blog post..

  17. 17 babs - beetle

    Oh I’m so glad this isn’t me! I would wear trousers (pants) and a nice summery top and shoes with a slight heel if it was me. You can have comfort and still look good. Then again, I can’t find a nice summery top anywhere so what do I know?

    babs – beetle’s last blog post..Clothes Shopping Blues

  18. 18 Lola

    Love the shoes. I say if they are comfortable and anyone makes any remarks, tell them ‘bite me’. If I were going (which I’m not because I couldn’t afford the tickets, I could have just driven up each day and gone home since it’s an hour drive) I would be wearing my croc knock-offs. They are my new fav footwear. Even beating my Rockport boat shoes.

    By the way, I am a contributor at Sited and Blogged. I made sure I posted it over there to reach more people. I rarely do full out posts. I usually just do my sightings, of which there have been few lately. So your seeing my post over at Sited and Blogged is totally on the up and up. I posted it myself.

    You forgot the Hershey Store? Shame on you. Don’t forget Ghiradelli Chocolates too. (I miss Ethel’s, that place totally rocked.)

    Lola’s last blog to Blogher – what to do in Chicago (FREE)

  19. 19 Anne

    I think you are going to look great. The only way to look better would be if you were to borrow Daisy’s sparkly pink outfits, but I agree, they probably wouldn’t fit (although Prudence could be the most stylish attendee at BlogHer). Good luck and I am sure you will have a GREAT time and will look fabulous.

    Anne’s last blog post..My Latest Addiction

  20. 20 Tim

    Those unmentionables must’ve come out out of Victoria’s really really secret undies drawer. It kinda looks like a lose lose proposition to me. But I’m a little confused; exactly what position will you be doing your reading in that all of these men will be distracted from your voice with said visual stimuli? And more importantly, now that you’re a celebrity, shouldn’t you be more worried about the Paparazzi snapping a few shots and selling them to the tabloids?

    Tim’s last blog post..Attack of The Spam-Bots From Dimension X

  21. 21 Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry"

    This is hilarious! Thanks for the laughs! If you ask me, I am a classic fan of black and white, no flowers for me. The brown top with the capri pants looks like a good choice to me and I have no problem with the shoes, course you should see the ones I wear! L.L. Bean mocs! They are so comfortable and if I were giving a speech at a convention, guess what–whatever is the most attractive thing I own that is still comfortable would win. For me, that would definitely be slacks, with comfortable underwear and a sports bra. I hate when I have to keep fussing with falling bra straps–it drives me nuts!

    I’m sure whatever you end up wearing will work just fine! The audience will be more interested in what you’re saying, I’m sure, than in how you look.

    Karen, author of “My Funny Dad, Harry”’s last blog post..Visiting A New Vet For Abby, Spunky and Almost Manny

  22. 22 JD

    NaTuRaL: I don’t know why, but when I first saw this, I read “Go Legless.” That would be weird. Oh, my god, you crack me up. How funny would it be if I wore a huge, bulky diaper under my tight little dress!!! Thanks for your input. I mean it. Well, except for the “or nothing.” I gotta have something.

    ann: I’m glad too! Thanks for stopping by!

    babs – beetle: Yeah, I know all about your hunt for a simple, attractive top! It’s hard out there for us girls. I hate to wear pants OR trousers in the summer. I’m a hot mama, if you know what I mean.

    Lola: I’m sure there will be plenty of women in flip-flops and Crocs. And they’ll be laughing at everyone in heels. I may actually bring my flip flops, because, HEY! I just had foot surgery 5 months ago, and my damn foot still hurts. Ahem. Thanks for clearing up the Sited and Blogged thing. I was confused because there was no attribution or link back to your site. You know I’m just lookin’ out for you! (Oh, and there’s an Ethel’s VERY close to my house at the Old Orchard mall. When you come to visit me, we’ll go there.)

    Anne: Oh, wouldn’t it be fun if Prudence could come with me! In one of Daisy’s outfits? How I would love that. Thanks for the nice comment. I do appreciate it.

    Tim: Yes, I shop exclusively at Victoria’s Secret Giant Underwear Bin. Not many people know about it. You know, there aren’t really even going to BE that many men, so I think my between-the-leg region is safe. The paparazzi? Man, I hadn’t even thought about that. Damn.

    Karen, author of “My Funny Dad, Harry”: Thank YOU! Sounds like we have a lot in common in terms of comfort being a priority. Ugh, bra straps! I don’t wear a bra, usually, but of course I will HAVE to wear one for BlogHer. Yeah, I’ll be the one pulling and tugging, top and bottom. Thanks again for the nice comment!

  23. 23 JD's Mom

    Very funny! I read it twice. Maybe you should read this one at BlogHer?? I hope I’m a good sport. Truly, I hope I can laugh at myself.

  24. 24 Natural

    you crack ME up. love your humor!!! now if you can go legless, like my barbies used to attended their tea parties, i say go for it! darn, i’m going to miss the party. record EVERYTHING, like you have your own reality TV show. please.

  25. 25 Ungirdled Passion

    I ADORE you and your blog. You are worthy of WAY better looking shoes. I have bad feet and hate shoe shopping but they do make some cute yet comfortable ones these days – try Clarks or Aerosoles or White Mountain. Go on and get some overnighted to you. You can try them on in the house and send back all you don’t want FOR FREE!!

    I like the skirt and top you picked out, only I would go with a more exciting top – I am a color girl and would pick up a color in the skirt and go with that. When you’re speaking folks will mainly see your top – your instinct to go with a more hurl/vomit shade was a good one in case that happens, but I would go bright and happy and carry a plastic bag.

    Have a great time! Good luck! Safe travels!

    Ungirdled Passion’s last blog post..Feminine Hygiene Products = Male Kryptonite

  26. 26 Maureen

    I’d love to help, but apparently I cannot even dress myself anymore according to my teenage daughter…

    But if you want, I can have HER head over to give you some tips.

    Whatever you wear, you will be fab, because you wear something way more important than stylish clothes; you have a great coat of humour that people will love to see.

    Maureen’s last blog post..And Here I Felt Soooo Special

  27. 27 Bingo

    I prefer the second dress but you need to buy new shoes, about the underpants I prefer the second ones, I’m sure you will look stunning with them :)

    Bingo’s last blog post..Bingo Colours And Us

  28. 28 Pricilla

    I think you should wear the mardi gras outfit as then when you puke no one will notice it on your dress.

    Pricilla’s last blog post..Wordless Wednesday

  29. 29 Lola

    There is an Ethel’s at Old Orchard? Awesome! When am I coming to visit?

  30. 30 JD

    Natural: No, YOU crack ME up! Legless Barbies . . . yes, that’s the only way to attend a tea party, if I know my Miss Manners. I’ll do my best. Kathy’s actually bringing a video camera, so it will be somewhat like a reality show. But not like Biggest Loser.

    Ungirdled Passion: Oh, you are so nice! Thank you. You’ll be happy to know I bought new shoes today. They’re not the cutest, most fashionable shoes in the world, but they’re a definite improvement. And yes, I’ve got a more exciting top. Does “sparkly pink” get you going? I thought so. So thank you for the input and the good wishes. I do SO appreciate it!

    Maureen: Oh, thank you. I’ll try to remember that. I know it’s going to be a very friendly and awesome bunch of people, so I doubt anyone will insult me to my face. (But send your daughter over, just in case.)

    Pricilla: Good point! That outfit has just about every possible puke color, doesn’t it? I shudder to think how any one of my 5,000 white tops might look post-puke.

    Bingo: Thank you! I did buy new shoes. I’m sure everyone will be relieved!

    Lola: Yes! Come any time! Seriously! Well, except this weekend.

  31. 31 Florida Girl In Sydney

    My first choice of outfit would definitely be the crazy under the sea mermaid dress with hat. If that’s just a joke (personally I don’t find it funny as much as extremely stylish), I vote for one of the sundresses with a sweater over it.

    I’m going to have to agree with mom that the skirt needs a different top and I also that those shoes are unacceptable. I need foot surgery which I am still avoiding so I am ALL about comfy shoes– BUT you need some new ones girlfriend. Those are too worn in for a event as fancy as BlogHer!

    And no matter what you wear I’d omit underwear, then under it all you’ll feel like your naughty little nudist self shining through :)!

  32. 32 Florida Girl In Sydney

    Wow that was filled with grammatical errors– I obviously need a nap.

  33. 33 Puglette

    Well, I see that everyone has guided you on your choice of outfits. I am glad to hear you bought new shoes. bring the old ones along, they will be fine with your cute capris and brown top.

    so now to the crux of the matter…your choice of undergarments. i will make no comment on the old lady-ness of the panties. i wear grannie pants and cannot say anything about anyone’s choice.

    however, i will share my tale and hope you will gain some insight from my experience.

    come on over to the pug blog and i will share my story with you and the world.

    (i decided mid comment that this was comedy gold and i should make my own blog post)

  34. 34 Rebecca @ Freaky Frugalite

    Gee, I think you should go with first instinct and wear the outfit in the second photo. I kind of like it– it’s colorful, formal, but not too overdone….and very feminine!

  35. 35 Neas Nuttiness

    This is a riot – so glad the Puglette sent me over !

  36. 36 Ingrid

    I hate shopping too I must say, I get tired after 30 minutes of shopping.. but I must say that a couple of days ago, I shopped for 5 HOURS!!!!!!!!!!! Not sure what came over me, but I was on a roll, for the first time.

    And the whole “this is what my mom wants me to wear, but this is what I want to wear” I CAN TOTALLY RELATE TO IT! :D hahaaa. It’s like my mom!

    Much love, and nice blog! :) My first time here,


  37. 37 kathcom

    Thank God your mom hooked you up with some better sandals. But unless you’re a hobbit and therefore can’t squeeze your feet into a real shoe, you should also have a pair of with closed toes. Don’t make me call Stacy London on you!

  38. 38 Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

    We’re glad you found new sandals and that your personal shopper found a nice outfit! We liked the skirt and top and Mom says she has a squillion white tops if you need to borrow one (or a hundred).

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

  39. 39 Jay

    Only a mother could worry about men seeing between her daughter’s legs! ROFL!!

    I’m glad you found something you like. It would drive me insane having to find something to wear in Public, that is, public with a capital ‘P’, and opposed to public as in ‘the local supermarket’.

  40. 40 JD

    Florida Girl In Sydney: Isn’t that mermaid outfit cute! So colorful! Yeah, it’s a joke . . . sort of. ANYway, now that it’s post-BlogHer, I can reveal that I wore THE MOST awesome sparkly pink top with the skirt and much better (but still comfy) shoes. And the white underpants. My naughty nudist self still has a big butt to contend with, so going commando is NEVER an option for me. Thanks for weighing in — ungrammatically.

    Puglette: Your story is hilarious, and I hope everyone goes to Puglette’s site and reads it . . . and stays around for adorable pix of her sweet pugs Charlie and Ollie. Thanks for sharing that!

    Rebecca @ Freaky Frugalite: It IS very feminine, isn’t it? Especially with the little headpiece? Sadly, I think it is a one-of-a-kind piece and probably out of my price range.

    Neas Nuttiness: Thanks for stopping by! I hope you’ll stick around. More fun to come! (Thanks, Puglette!)

    Ingrid: HI INGRID! Thanks so much for visiting. Yeah, Moms are kind of the same in that respect. My mom actually mentioned words like “girdle” and “pantyhose,” which are foreign to me. As for a 5-hour shopping spree? * faints * But, hey, if you’re on a roll, go for it. Buy everything you’ll ever need in your life and you’re done!

    kathcom: Yeah, the sandals were cute and comfy. I don’t have hobbit (misspelled “hottbit”) feet, thank goodness, tho I suppose my bunion scar isn’t that pretty to look at. Is Stacy London from What Not to Wear? I don’t need that kind of judgment!

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids: Hey, y’all! Thanks for stopping by! I actually kept two of the white tops but ended up wearing a pink one, but thanks so much for the offer!

    Jay: I know! I could tell, the way she kept repeating it, it was something that, in her day, just was not done. Oh, yes, and this was VERY Public with a capital P. I don’t go out there much either.

    fracas: Wasn’t Puglette’s post hilarious? Love her. And you. I wish you could’ve done my shoe shopping. (HAW!)

  41. 41 Kirk

    your mom’s a sweetheart… but the balloon outfit’s still the best choice, don’t tell her that..

  42. 42 JD

    kirk: Isn’t she? I think deep down she loves the balloon outfit, but she doesn’t want to ruin her reputation as a mom.

  43. 43 Carhartt

    I prefer the second dress but you need to buy new shoes, about the underpants I prefer the second ones,
    it reminds me of my little niece trying to get dressed by herself.


  44. 44 Clara James

    The brown top and white capris will look nice. But I think your mom has great sense of fashion and she is looking very beautiful. You may wear any dress according to your personality. But the real question is that will you feel comfortable in brown top and white capris?


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