I don't know about you, but I think that the best part of having little kids is that every once in a while you're required to act like one.
You know, so they can model age-appropriate behavior and all that.
So when you find yourself in a historical town of educational importance and you have the option to either see a very symbolic rock sitting under a fancypants structure or act like a fool near the place where the event that said rock commemorates actually took place, well, your choice is easy.
You'll be relieved to learn that we did see the Mayflower. We're not complete idiots, after all. We got a really good view from our pirate ship.
So, to my point. I never do style posts, even though I admire personal style bloggers. What gives?
I'd like to change that, and figured today is as good a day as any to start. I'm even trying to be useful, so I've decided to try and solve A Very Important, if not terribly common, fashion dilemma.
It is this: What does one wear to take little boys pilfering and plundering on the high seas? In other words, what would a pirate wear?
I've only done it once, so I'm certainly no expert, but this is what I wore:
Shoes: Old silver flats from Aldo, similar to these (Cute, but sadly not seaworthy. I really should have dug up my Hunter boots for this excursion.)
Phew! I think that's it. Personal style blogging is exhausting! It requires way more linking than I'm used to.
(Someday, I hope to get the hang of this. I'm serious.)