I told Andy I would buy him a set of perfectly custom-tailored suits in the style of every decade since the 1920s.
What a nice gift, eh?
Well, all the Mad Men I've been watching lately has given me a new appreciation for mens' suits. It really is a sharp look. Classy. Powerful. Serious. Important.
As for the female suit- meh, I am not convinced. Actually, I think I might hate female-business-chic. Pencil skirts, white blouses, blazers. Doesn't work for me. Again, with Mad Men as my muse, I much prefer colorful and printed dresses. Old fashioned, maybe, but also more flattering and more fun.
On a completely unrelated note, I have come up with about a million potential dissertations that I prefer to my own. Some include:
1. A Winning Foreign "Ball-icy": How sports aids international diplomacy.
2. Candidate Mr. None of the Above: The history of politician name-changing for better ballot positioning.
3. The political ecosystem of national animals- the food chain from the Latvian White Wagtail to the Armenian Dragon.
4. Vitamin Addiction: A Mental Illness
Well, that's all for now. I am watching the health care bill votes via nytimes.com- vurrrry interesting.