Fashion faux pas

Always Orange

In honor of fall and a new clothing season, I am pausing the Always Orange at Home series this week to re-blog a piece I wrote four years ago. Little did I know that I would be living on Long Island someday!  Enjoy.

This afternoon I undertook one of my favorite bi-annual activities—switching out my summer clothes for my fall and winter clothes.  I love the changing of the seasons, and I especially love this activity in Central Texas since it signals for me the end of the really hot weather.  This doesn’t mean I still won’t wear my shorts and tee shirts, but it does mean that cooler weather is on the horizon.

This led me to think about some of the fashion disasters that unfortunately are a part of my history. For instance, the teased, permed hair that comprised the late 1980s and early 1990s for me. Then there…

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About alwaysorange

Writer, teacher, wife and mother. Lover of the good, the true, and the beautiful. Also, dark roast coffee, home-cooked meals, good books, spending time with my family, and planning for vacations.
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