I am going to be filming a segment for a TV show on Tuesday.
Naturally, when I received the phone call invite, the very first thing that went through my mind was: WHAT DO I WEAR!
Normally, I would just wander into my closet and pick out one of my go-to outfits for situations such as this.
Unfortunately, following our phone conversation, I received an email from the producer listing all of the things NOT to wear, that ensured that nothing I already owned would work.
Off the list is anything that is black or white. I’m not to wear stripes, animal prints, polka dots, patterns, shiny fabrics, or sequins. Also, I’m supposed to leave my high heels at home.
Clearly they don’t know me at all!
Two options immediately presented themselves.
A.) Show up to film a nationally syndicated television show butt naked.
B.) Immediately take myself shopping!
Naturally, option B was the more favorable of the two, particularly because, as an ambassador for Kohl’s (and to celebrate the finally-not-frozen temps), I was itching to get out and shop their new Wink of Pink collection.
Two hours in store trying on outfits and probably 134 texts to BFF asking her to weigh in on my options later, I’ve narrowed it down to two tops that fit their guidelines (ignore every single thing you see in the background, my house is lived in, not messy, LIVED IN) …
(although, these pants have teeny polka dots on them, so are they a no go?)
And one that is sort of against all of the rules but still on the list because I love, love, love it. Also, I am a rebel (and I will wear a cardigan because I never go anywhere guns out during the chilly months)…
Now that I’ve sorta-kinda-mostly-almost narrowed things down, I’m going to need you all to help me decide what to wear on TV.
Which option should I go with (and, no, I can’t tell you the show or when it will air, but if you follow me on Instagram I bet you will get a sneak peak tomorrow!)?
“I participated in an Ambassador program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kohl’s. I received Kohl’s gift cards and sample pieces to facilitate my posts and as a thank you for participating.”