The boots have been quietly sitting in the closet all summer, sweaty and envious of those flip flops with an overly active social life. They've been patiently waiting for that first cold front, when they would finally feel those jeans being tucked into them. And here it is. The cold weather is here and the boots should jump with joy. On my way home today, I've counted three jeans tucked into boots. (Counting things is a bad habit acquired from Michael. For a few months now, he's been challenging me to count the number of Ford Taurus vs. Ford Tempos.) My fashion interpol question: are Romanians still tucking their jeans in their boots? Anonymous readers from around the world are welcome to bring a jeans-in-boots update from Canada, Switzerland, France, Australia, or Qatar :).
Unfortunately for the boots, I have a feeling that these are the last breaths of a dying trend.
In other news, Michael and I went on a car trip to Nashville this weekend and I came to a couple of conclusions:
1. Tennessee's beauty is spectacular
2. Americans like to mount huge plaster animals on top of or in front of their businesses. Chicken and cows are most popular. If possible, the animal should wear clothing: a scarf, a cowboy hat, a yellow tunic, maybe some boots.