Happy to say I haven’t seen anybody wearing pajamas on …

Comment on Why Dressing Up Is Not a Crime of Fashion by La Frivole.

Happy to say I haven’t seen anybody wearing pajamas on the street either :D.
I wanted to add that it’s very strange how things are, because for me going to London a few years back was a completely “enlightening” experience regarding shopping for clothes – I discovered Asos (in Glamour Uk), Topshop, Warehouse, River Island, Oasis etc. – basically most of the shops I now shop (online) from.
To me the UK is shopping heaven! We don’t have any of these shops here (but we do have Zara and the rest of the gang – which are hugely popular) and I find it strange that someone who has all those options at their fingertips doesn’t take full advantage of them.
I suppose part of it has to do with you having led “the good life” 😀 for a long time, while I (I’m 32) can still remember that during communism we were allowed no buying options and had to buy whatever The Party deigned to bestow upon us slaves :D.
All in all, it’s good news for me – more dresses left for me to buy online :D.

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Why Dressing Up Is Not a Crime of Fashion
For the first time since reading your blogs I feel happy I live in a country in Eastern Europe :). Here (at least in the capital, where I live), almost everyone you see on the street looks like they’ve made an effort to dress nicely – granted, sometimes it’s too much of an effort (such as wearing very high heels when going shopping at the mall) or not the right effort (a lot of girls dress in a pretty vulgar way). So even though for the past 3 years or so I’ve worn almost nothing but dresses, I’ve never got any of the condescending remarks you mention. I knew there had to be something good about living in my country :).


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