Let me start by saying, I don’t claim to be a diva or a fashion know-it-all. I really don’t even keep up with what is trendy. But I am a girl and I know what looks “appropriate” on people. Especially curvy women.
But I have to be blunt now. I make sure when I go to the store, I have on a matching outfit, or somewhat matching, I have clean and brushed hair, I may not wear make up everytime, but I always have shoes and a bra on.
With that being said, here is my rant.
If I were ever a Wal-Mart greeter, I think I’d only have the job for a few hours, as Walmart’s management team would probably fire me within those said hours because I would greet the customers with a fashion tip. See below.
1. Good afternoon, welcome to Walmart, the pants section is straight back and to the right. Your size is just about mid way up the shelf. Next time you come to Walmart lets see you in the size you really fit in, not the size you think you fit in. Have a wonderful day. Come again.
2. Hello Welcome to Walmart. It’s 2:24 pm dear. Pajama day no longer applies to those who are no longer in school. Here in Adult world, we get dressed in the morning and definately don’t go out in public wearing our pj’s. No one wants to see what your crusty ass went to bed in. On your way down the aisle why don’t you pick up some Shampoo and conditioner in aisle 4, along with some tooth paste to brush that tooth. High five for hygiene Sista!
3. Hold UP! Welcome to Walmart Sir. Where is your dad?….Because he obvisiously needs a belt, which is back in the men’s department. He needs to spank that ass hangin out the back of those jeans. And after he’s done, you can use it to hold them pants up on your hips. Now you can…Proceed!
4. Oh no! Oh No! I’m not gonna even let you in. That is just wrong. No, YOU can NOT come in here. Get those camel toed feet back in your car. Sit down, take the socks off, re-insert foot into your flip flop then you may come back in. Now, let’s try it again.
Now, I just want to say, I’m sick of people just being plan ass sloppy. I can understand if you are standing in Rite-Aid, in pajama pants saggin to the floor wearing socks with flip flops, a scarf and a tank top with messy greasy hair, a red nose and sniffling as if your running a fever and can’t stop coughing. Then I would assume you were sick and had been laying in bed all day and came to the drug store for more medicine. But never should this look be for grocery shopping, picking out school clothes, going to ANY appointment, and definately never to a job interview.
If you don’t find anything wrong with these suggestions, then I suggest you start shopping at the county fair as then you will blend in amongst your people.
Take pride in yourself, if not for yourself, then for the 7 kids trailing behind you.