I had a pair of pink, black, and white ones. Actually, we were poor, so mine were likely knockoffs from JCPenney's.
Never heard of them.You look, ummm... nice:)
I don't understand why these went out of style. You look really good in them, by the way. If you paired these with that Gothic black coat you have in your pic, you'd really have something ;)
Swiss Miss - Yes - the Goth coat does look good with these - I wore it to Church today - kind of waarm though.
A bit off topic, but Bishop-elect Christensen had on his "Bishop Beanie" at Mass today. Very cool. He told a story about being at friends near Luck, WI, over the 4th and going on a 14-mile bike trip. Supposedly, this family had posted Burma Shave-like signs on the road, welcoming him as Bishop. He seemed genuinely touched (and a wee bit embarrassed). Just thought you'd get a smile from it ;}
WAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaah! My eyes, my eyes! NOOOOOOOOOooooooooo!EWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!(but you looked smokin' hot then, as now, Ter!
Is that zubaz or zebras?
uck, that's the exact same pair my first husband had in the early 90's! I remember I washed them once with his purple turtleneck and it turned all the white parts lavender and he would still wear them! LOL!
Terry: Only YOU could make Zubaz look sexy.It's too bad your football career came to a crashing halt because your 'roid supplier was jailed. You could've had a Super Bowl ring! You coulda ben a contenda!
Ya - that's right Cathy - but I became a cop and they made amovie about my story - it was called "Pet Detective" - I WAS a contenda!Sanctus - did you but him the Zubaz in the 1st place? I think you did.Thanks Angie - they look better in person.Jeffrey - no, they are Zubaz with a zebra pattern.
Sorry sanctus - I meant did you buy him the Zubaz in the first place?
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