He said that Ben Affleck asked him what kind of clothes he wore to work back then and did he still have any. His wife Jonna said of course not because that was over thirty years ago and then was horrified when he actually pulled a Harris Tweed jacket out of the closet. He sent it to Hollywood and Ben Affleck had one made just like it. So now his jacket is famous. Ambassador Limbert said watching what they all wore back then was the worst part of the movie, and he was held hostage for 444 days, so you would have thought the invasion scenes would be worse. But no, embarrassing fashion was and so now I am in love with him as well as Mr. Mendez.
When I got home, Husband was on the phone with Child 3 helping her do her homework. Child 3 rarely does her homework on her own and Husband knew I would be tired so he woke up early and called her to help her. So add him to the tweed-wearing heroes that I am in love with. Although, if he hadn't gone to Afghanistan in the first place, he could have helped her at home. (Sorry, Babe. Couldn't resist the dig.)
And speaking of bad male fashion, anyone wearing these is having a worse day than me.
Yes. Those are male leggings, although how you can call leggings "male" is beyond me because they are about as masculine as a tu-tu which, coincidentally, is what you should be wearing them with and most men I know cannot pull off a tu-tu. Justin Bieber apparently wears them, so I rest my case. So thank you, fashion designers who are probably British, for reminding me that there are risks that one should just not take and "meggings" would be one of them. I would rather sky-dive, and I never ever want to go sky diving. Too hard on my hair.