Wonderful write-up, Sophorn! I especially like the National Geographic-worthy line of catching me in "rare" form, in the wild.. Let's do it again sometime!
The Stylist Quo
I think she looked just fine before.
Emi's transformation was great! She is such a sweet person. I wish I knew how to contact her because I have a friend who would be a really great match for her :)
I don't see her enough at Tamp and Tap! She helps the day to a good start.
Love this feature! I hope you will also feature people who can't wear jeans to work and people of all ages and sizes. I'm older and larger, but I still love to dress up, even in my business casual office.
I'm so glad you brought this feature back. Fantastic!
Wow! She is really talented! Thanks for sharing her story.
They are the sweetest, and I absolutely love Mi-Me products!
Had the pleasure of getting a sketch done by Kris at one of her fundraising events. She has such a unique talent!
Great Shot, keep 'em coming
CEBorst: "Looks like Opie Taylor grew up, ..."
More like Goober on his way to Mt. Pilot to see a picture show with Flora.
Well the taste is similar, but that, like fashion, is subjective.
Mean no disrespect to the young man pictured. The point was, I have worn shoes, not sneakers, jeans and a plaid button-up shirt most of my life. Every one did when I was a kid, even a lot of the girls. Just saying, the more things change the more they stay the same, you just have to be old enough to realize that.
What's Carhartt? Is it like Shinola?
mtiafd: AquaVelva, but of course.
Sorry all you dislikers, but I'm a gay man. I don't give a flip what any woman wears, but I know when it looks good or doesn't. How many straight male judges has anyone EVER seen on Project Runway?
If the Lt. Uhura comment wasn't to your liking, then her clothing resembles that of Counselor Deanna Troi in the pilot of Star Trek TNG. Same thing in blue, but minus the tricorder.
@martin.thompson What are you wearing right now?
Oy, again with this....
sophornkm: Hipsters wearing fedoras are hated because, they're not being stylish, or fashionable. It's more like they're donning a costume; they've adopted an item that they all see is cool and hip. It's the imitation of fashion. The truly fashionable are beyond fashion. But hipsters are just pretenders, and everyone goes along with the game. Basically, it's the "I'm hip, and cooler than you" attitude that is so present, and disgusting.
You're going soft.
If it ain't Carhartt, it's Crap.
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