Do you see that big X on my new suit skirt’s vent? What do you think it’s there for?
- If you said it is an embroidered embellishment, YOU’RE WRONG!
- If you said it is to keep your vent closed for modesty’s sake, YOU’RE WRONG!
- If, instead, you said it’s to keep the skirt looking nice in the store and that one should remove the stitching after purchasing the skirt so that you can wear the skirt as it is meant to be worn, well then, YOU ARE CORRECT!!!
My friends, I can’t tell you how many times every week, I see some poor deluded soul with their skirt or coat vents still stitched up. I just can’t believe that A) no one has told them to remove the stitching, and B) that they actually think it’s supposed to remain there.
So, please pass along this apparently much-needed service announcement to as many people as possible. We have an epidemic on our hands!!!
P.S. If you deduced that I bought a RTW suit recently by the picture above, you’re correct. I really needed a brown suit in my wardrobe since apparently I’m still a growing girl (unfortunately). And I found the perfect brown suit at Ann Taylor recently. It went on sale, so I just snapped it up. Since I haven’t perfected a TNT suit jacket yet and don’t have time to do so right now, I had to buy a suit. This is, in my opinion, a perfect suit for me. It’s fitted without being tight, has great yet subtle seam details, and is very slimming. I have discovered that 2 or 3 button suit jackets are the way to go with a larger bust. 1 button jackets don’t give you waist definition and just plain make you look 20 lbs heavier than you are. (How do I know this? Because my last two suit purchases were 1 button jackets. Argh!) I feel really great in my new suit today. 🙂