My husband does not like to shop. I repeat, my husband DOES NOT like to shop. Actually a more appropriate phrase would be, my husband DOES NOT like to spend money on clothes. Period. When we were dating and he was trying to win me over, he let me go into his closet and get rid of some of his clothes, but it was painful and he still talks about that traumatic day. I could go on, but I won't because I'm pretty sure he doesn't want me talking about his clothes situation on this blog. To make a LONG story short, you can often find me dressed up and him dressed down (besides for work of course). We have lots of pictures where I'm wearing a skirt and blouse and he's wearing a free t-shirt and basketball shorts. Actually that would be his signature look, free t-shirt, basketball shorts, and flip flops. Oh boy. His casual attire needs some major work, so for Father's Day I made him a couple of style boards and I will be finding something similar to both of these looks soon. He surprisingly agreed and said he'd even like to help me look (which is code for saying, I want to make sure you spend the most minimal amount possible). Either way, I'm just excited he's letting me get him some new casual clothes. He's overdue. My husband is always telling me that if money wasn't an object he'd have great style. Maybe one day we'll find out!
So tell me, does your significant other dress better then you? Does he give you style advice? Do you have to dress him? Does he like to shop? I love hearing how each man is different.
I threw in the accessories to complete the look, which my husband made sure let me know he didn't need any accessories. He's not crazy about the shoes in the first look, but I'll see what I can do to win him over.
By the way, stay tuned for Thursday when Paul gets his Father's Day Makeover! I can't wait....