If I could be anyone other than myself, it would without a doubt be Carrie Underwood. Or Kate Middleton. But probably Carrie Underwood.
If I could be any fictional character, though, it would be Jessica Day. If you watch New Girl, you know the greatness that is Jess. Sure, she can can be “quirky”, but she’s also very smart, kind, loyal, and dedicated – and just so gosh darn adorable.
Also, more than one person has said I remind them of her, so that could possibly be swaying my opinion.
I really love Jess’ style. I probably dress more like her than anyone else on TV – she’s one of the few characters that I feel like I could walk into her closet and feel right at home.
So, when I recently wore an outfit that was more Jess than probably anything I’ve ever worn before, I couldn’t help but pop on my glasses (even though I was already wearing my contacts), just to complete the look.
Seriously, have you ever seen a more Jess outfit? Bright colors, cutesy printed dress, a bow, and cardigan. All that’s missing is the bangs.
Do you have any TV characters (or real life people, for that matter) whose style you resemble – or would like to? Let’s talk!
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a little obsessed with Carrie Underwood. In a completely non-creepy way, of course.
She’s just so lovely and her fashion taste is impeccable. I can’t remember something she’s worn post-American Idol that I haven’t liked. But, my favorite of all of her looks was the whimsical cotton candy dress she wore to the 2012 Billboard Awards. It’s perfection.
For some reason, though, while I remembered loving this dress, I remembered it looking very different. So, when I saw the dress I’m wearing below on clearance at JCP, I believed it to be a red, cocktail-length version of Carrie’s dress and just HAD to try it on. Obviously, I was mistaken. It’s nothing like Carrie’s dress.
I knew going in that this wasn’t one of those “made for me” dresses. But, since I thought I would match Carrie, I had to at least try (I’m still not sure why I thought that – maybe it matches another celeb dress I’ve seen, and I just got them mixed up). Regardless, I kinda liked it. Yes, it’s a little loofa-ish. But, it’s a pretty color and the twirling action of the skirt was awesome. Alas, although the front view was tolerable, the side view was decidedly unflattering. Without a guarantee that no one would ever approach me from any direction except straight on, I knew I wouldn’t feel very pretty or confident wearing it, so I put it back. With great mourning.
Someday, I will achieve my goal of having a fun, poofy party dress like Carrie’s. Today is not that day.