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Page 2 in the conversation "Wackadoodle in the wardrobe!?" by Runcarla
Sorry about your tiara, Carla. Hope you find another.
There is nothing wacky in my wardrobe. Lots of bright statements - a few pieces with Yorkies on them - but nothing wacky. I'm not a quirky person, and it's reflected my style.
The Xmas pullover is simply very bold. Not wacky.
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Good point about bold vs wacky, Angie. I don’t really do “wacky” either — it just doesn’t feel right on me. I feel too obtrusive or silly. But I do love a bold piece.
However, once again, I feel like “bold” and “wacky” are in the eyes of the beholder. I got a weird backhanded compliment (along the lines of “I would never be brave enough to wear that!”) in TX a few years ago because I was wearing a snake print sweatshirt. Really not that weird, but to a certain audience, clearly I seemed a little wacky!
Fun post, Carla. And an interesting and amusing side of your personality. I hope you will show us pictures of your new wackadoodle items.
I don't think I own any items which fit that description. I do have statement and bold pieces, but none wackadoodle items. I may have had some earlier in my life--including some exotic clothing items bought in other countries, but I rarely wore them after I came home, so I donated them. I want the things I own to be versatile for my lifestyle.
By the way, what a lovely picture of Angie, Greg and Sam!
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