5/19/2005

Stylin'


Sweatpants of Apathy/Depression all dressed up Posted by Hello

So here they are, as the result of absolutely no loads of requests -- bain of husband's existence, comfort to the emotionally unstable. Dressing them up in this manner serves two purposes*:

a) "Look honey, it's not just sweatpants, it's sweatpants with heels! Dressy!"

b) "I look like shit and feel like shit. On with the sweatpants! Dish out the ice cream! Weep at crap television! Ooo...but the heels...I feel so...elegantly depressed."




*Please note: I do not actually wear these around the house. Yet.

11 comments:

southerncomfort25 said...

Nothing wrong with heels and sweatpants honey! I dress up in gowns and sit on my couch drinkin martinis sometimes.

Owen said...

That is too funny :) It keeps people guessing when the pants say "too lazy to care" but the shoes say "try and get me." That should keep them all good and confused.

Susan/holdingpattern said...

Those sweatpants are far too stylish to be Sweatpants of Depression. They don't look like they have any stains of them either. They are Sweatpants of Sassiness.

Molly said...

At last Ms. Pru gets to wear her sexy new heels. At home. With sweatpants.

I'm with Susan. Sweatpants of HOTNESS.

K said...

Ooh, those heels say something all right, and they completel transform the whole look. I like "Sweatpants of Sassiness" personally

amyesq said...

Love the juxtaposition of hotness and depressiveness. A new trend, most certainly.

Jen said...

I looove your new look--I think it says, "Just because I'm depressed doesn't mean I'm not FABULOUS!"

Internal Spring said...

Tres chic chick.

Anonymous said...

Dude, nice shoes.

Er, you don't have an, um, Croydon 'do, right??

Oro
Birch and Maple

Molly said...

P.S. -- Do those legs go all the way up, baby?

ms pickled eggs said...

Nope, they're not sweatpants of depression. SOD have to be dark coloured to hide the stains they gather over the weeks of wear without washing. And to disguise the rapidly expanding arse you get from comfort eating.

Me, I prefer the pyjamas of depression. I mean, why get dressed if you don't have to?