I have been a bit incommunicado lately. First, I apologize. Second, I warn it will continue for a bit. I have some big dissertation deadlines looming and need to get my butt in gear. No surfing, no blogging, no screwing around ... as soon as I post this.
I keep getting emails from Nordstrom trying to sell me "Not Your Daughter's Jeans". I have gotten a ton of them, and another arrived in my inbox today.
I dont know if they know I have kids (specifically a daughter?) or if they just spam this out to everyone. But I'm sorry, I'm not gonna buy MOM JEANS.
This is probably their commercial...
Are these jeans actually popular? Even though I'm a mother, I like to think of myself as an individual and when I shop I dont think "Hmmm... Im a mother, what clothes should I buy". Sure, as I get older I tend to avoid having the plumbers crack thing going on. But does that mean I'm going to wear a pair of jeans called "Not Your Daughter's Jeans"? No. And if I DID want to buy a pair, could I still buy them if I had a son, or are they for mothers of daughters only? Maybe I'll email the company and ask them :)
And no, I'm not interested in the fancy vest either.