Apparently neither did Johnny. I threw on some jeans for dinner that night and as we sat eating and discussing the problems with American society, Johnny brushed my scarf aside. He looked up from my shirt with an utter look of disgust. " Really? Kayla, right now you are two steps away from showing up to a PTA meeting in your Disney Kingdom sweater. And that is only 1 step away from owning a pile of Ugly Christmas Sweaters that contain glitter and blinking lights". I was shocked. I wasn't surprised, because I know Johnny too well to think he would find my shirt cutsie, but I suddenly realized, maybe that's what the accountant was staring at all day. It wasn't that he didn't get it, maybe he did and he didn't like it!
But how could that be? Are there people out there who find Cartoon shirts awkward and inappropriate? Thus the debate began, and I would love to get your opinion. Is wearing a Mickey Mouse shirt too child-like? Should cartoons be left for Saturday entertainment? Or is wearing a Classic symbol like this acceptable? Should more people enjoy shirts like this? Should this shirt be kept hidden for weekend activities?
Please leave your opinions in the comment boxes below! Also, don't forget to leave your opinion in the poll on the side-bar. Johnny and I haven't come to a decision and we refuse to agree to disagree on this one!
Cardigan: Urban Behavior $3
Tshirt: Walmart $7
Skirt: Old Navy $4
Gray Tights: Walmart pack of 2 for $5
Boots: Target $35
Necklace: Joyce Leslie $4