Wednesday, March 29, 2006

I Have Nothing to Wear

It's time to play Dress the Wendy, because I seriously need a dress for my May formal. Here are a few things I'm looking at. Keep in mind some of them are only contenders if I decide to dye my hair brownish, which I'm debating and will probably decide whimsically tomorrow. Try to ignore the annoying backgrounds in some of these. Keep in mind, I'm pale as death and refuse to go to the cancer-inducing coffin-like structures known as tanning beds.











I already own a lot of black and a fair amount of various shades of pink, so I'm thinking of changing it up a bit, but I'm still undecided.

7 comments:

Jenn Ta Fur said...

I like the red one on the left.
Or the purple one on top.
They look like the same dress in different colors.

theogeo said...

I vote for the purple one on top too. I think it would look particularly smashing if you dyed your hair brown. Ish.

What's brownish, anyway? Light brown? Auburn?

Do tell.

Misty said...

personally, i like the blue one toward the top, the one with the girl with her back to the camera.

Michael said...

I am not a fashion consultant, nor do I play one on TV.

That said, I like the blue one.

W said...

I agree with Michael. Blue all the way.

Blame Brittney for random guys helping you pick out your dress. :-)

Sarah said...

Hi, Wendy, it's Sarah, Elizabeth's sister from back in H'ville. I used to hang out with your sister, Clarisse, Kelli, and the others. I don't know if you'd remember me.

Anyway, I wandered over to you from J.R.'s blog a while back. And now I'm delurking to say I like the blue dress. ;-)

Wendy said...

Lindsey: It's brownish now, which means it's a warm brown with blonde highlights, so a good portion of the top is blonde, but the rest is light to medium brown, like the color of amaretto. Only I can describe hair color as liquor. If your phone accepts pics, let me know, and I'll send you one.

Misty: That's my sister's name, too, unless you are her, in which case, I guess you're entitled to laugh at me later.

Sarah: I know who you are:)...but I'm impressed you managed to describe yourself without using your last name, though I wager I wouldn't know it anyway since you've gotten married. Nice dress, by the way, and nice to hear from you.