Wednesday, August 10, 2011

"What were they thinking?" Wednesday: A post devoted to the never good, always bad, and just plain ugly.


Well, hello again!  Can you believe it’s already Wednesday?  These weeks seem to fly by!  Before we get started with today’s post, I would like to announce the winner of this week’s Giveaway Monday. The winner will receive this fabulous Rose Gold Boyfriend Watch.

  

For those of you who don’t follow fashion trends, rose gold has been SUPER popular on both the east and west coasts for a few months now and it's going to be HUGE this Fall.  It was all over the accessories market in NYC this past May.  Seriously. Pretty much what I’m telling you is to go ahead and stock up on this fun and feminine hue.  Don’t you worry your pretty little head; E.Leigh’s will have plenty of it for you to peruse.

Now for the winner!
                                  The winner is…...

Lindsey Holmes Hendricks!
Lindsey said…

Lindsey, email me your shipping info. at E.Leighs@yahoo.com so I can get you your watch ASAP!  Enjoy!


Now, on to today's horrifying post!  

While there isn't a theme for this week's atrocities, I would like to start off by saying that most of these pics are not suitable for small children.  The pics below are what my nightmares are made of.  While I do my fair share of exaggeration, these pics are not a joke.  They're seriously bad.  Seriously.  Let me add to this that if you are letting your small children read my blog, then you have MUCH bigger issues than them seeing the pics below.  

And we're off...

Someone call DHS fast.  I'm pretty sure this is on the verge of being child abuse.  Ok, well maybe not child abuse, but definitely fashion abuse.  I wonder if his mother tells him not to get his chaps dirty when he goes outside to play.  You know it's bad when the father is wearing less clothing than the mother.  Guh!


Someone needs to inform this lady that mom jeans do not make the best daisy dukes.  Whoever thought daisy dukes were a good idea in the first place??? I say we track them down and make them pay for this horrible trend we are still seeing the repercussions of.




Where was this girl's mother when she went prom dress shopping?  This girl is going to have to go through YEARS of therapy to overcome this traumatic event. Years, people.



The President thanks you for your support, but I think that there are other ways to get involved in the 2012 campaign. JMO.  




That's all for this Wednesday's fashion woes.  If you feel the need to purge your fashion soul of its past fashion fails, forward your pics to E.Leighs@yahoo.com and check back on Wednesday to see if you made the “What were they thinking?” post.

Ta ta for now, my dears!  I will be sure to post some pics from Dallas market week!  Until then...

Wishing you light, love, and an exceptional Hump Day!

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