Thursday, July 5, 2012

Stacy & Luke

Seen waiting at Fullerton for the Red Line to 95th at about 8:30 a.m. 

Stacy gazes at her handsome Luke. His shirt—F3: St. John’s Bay Striped Polo Shirt in Cadet Blue/Hunter Green—fits snugly against his flat chest. His pants—L7: Dockers Signature Slim Fit Khakis—hang at the perfect place on his hips. His constant smile showcases his gorgeous cheekbones, and his blonde hair remains perfectly combed, even in this heat. Stacy falls in love all over again.

Luke’s breath catches in his throat when he looks at Stacy; she’s always so impeccably coordinated. The collar of her J1: a.n.a. Button-Down Ruffle Blouse highlights her long neck. The curve of her hips is tantalizingly emphasized by her M6: Worthington Khaki Pencil Skirt. Her legs are made even shapelier by her T2: Nine & Co. Come Hither Platform Pumps in Black. With her C9: Liz Claiborne Corporate Chic bag slung over her shoulder, she is a vision.

Both Stacy and Luke agree: the best decision they ever made was to hold hands and exit the pages of the J.C. Penney catalog together. 

I actually looked at the J.C. Penney website to get ideas for brands. But I largely made up the product names, except the Dockers. 

How was your Independence Day? I had a lovely time seeing Magic Mike with Gena. It was entertaining, but I would have liked fewer feelings, more stripping. Love stories are boring. And the female lead couldn't act. Campier would have been better. 

Today Gena and I are going to be extra classy and see Chekhov's Three Sisters at the Steppenwolf. How adult of us. 

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