Last Saturday, the Fathor Like A Dad Just Way Mightier Vintage Father Day Shirt But I will love this day before Mayor Bill de Blasio instructed New Yorkers to go out only if absolutely necessary, I had a little birthday party for a friend in Washington Square Park. There were four of us; we ate cookies from Levain Bakery and sat on benches that were at least six feet apart. I was clad in layers of tulle and my beloved new Simone Rocha coat, and I admit I was insanely overdressed—the only other person I saw in a tutu was a three-year-old on a scooter. But the truth is, I am always insanely overdressed—so why would I stop now? Maybe I can’t go to a restaurant or a shop, but this is something I can control, something that keeps me sane, something that makes me feel alive. If you love fashion, you do not stop loving it in the face of adversity. What in other times might seem like vanity can quickly morph into a kind of self-preservation, a form of heartfelt rebellion.
Fathor Like A Dad Just Way Mightier Vintage Father Day Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
“Stop going out!” my friends yell at me over Zoom, over House Party. “Stay in, stay in!” So I do, for the Fathor Like A Dad Just Way Mightier Vintage Father Day Shirt But I will love this most part. I blow my bobbed hair dry and put on my funny spots of rouge and my bee-stung lips, because on those sites everyone can see my face. And even if they can only view me from the neck up, I remain literally all dressed up with no place to go—a superannuated ballerina/fairy princess in an apartment full of vintage mirrors. (I don’t want to glimpse myself prancing around in a bathrobe at four in the afternoon.)