Yesterday, dear reader, I left off my tale of blogger-woe at the point at which I had vanquished my underwhelming-techie self over at Qualcomm, only to find myself oversized for Lands End.
A breif recap: I went to a Qualcomm super techie press conference. I am not even a sub-super techie. But I figured it out. Yay me. Then, I left there and went straight to the MomTrends Lands End holiday party where I should have been totally in the zone – instead, I was in the the petite department. That pretty much brings you up to date. So what did I do next?
Lucikly, Nicole, MomTrends herself (and an actual size 2) had hired stylists and they went to work. (Luckily, too, I had a pair of Spanx in my bag. I’m nothing if not prepared) I squeezed into the Spanx, into the size 4 dress, donned a blazer to cover the worst of it, and a size too-big (but super duper cute) Lands End riding boots to distract from the worst of it, and walked the runway like a champ.
A champ who couldn’t move her arms too far in front of her body…but still.
And what did I take away from these two seemingly disparate events?
1. That I can understand tech speak if I just listen hard enough, and brush up on my metaphorical Swahili.
2. That it kinda does matter who powers your smart phone, and maybe I should start paying attention.
4. That Lands End Canvas line is (gasp) kinda hip.
and most importantly, that
5. Lands End has taken vanity sizing to new levels of vanity. and I love them for it. Because Vanity Sizing or no, I can’t help but be thrilled that I fit into a size four. I will take that to my GRAVE, people! A size four! Vanity sizing works! I felt fabulous.
(The terrific make up by Evy Drew didn’t hurt either.)
And there you have it. From Tech geek to fashion floozy. A day in the(blogging) life of this NYC Blogger.