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posted 3/30/2010 12:58:46 PM |
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If your boyfriend/husband or girlfriend/wife was going somewhere with you and they were dressed in a way that would embarrass you, would you say anything about it? Have you ever had this happen and if so, what did you say or do?

Though not the clothing, I did have a girlfriend who went very much overboard on the make up. She asked how she looked and I said that she looked great except for the make up. She was shocked and miffed, but she went back in and redid it, toning it down a lot. I complemented her on how good she looked when she returned and it was never a problem again.

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Mar 30 @ 1:11PM  
Yes. My ex had terrible taste in not clothes, but in putting them together nicely into an outfit. I then paired up all his outfits together in the closet for him. He was thankful. And same with his hair. It was atrocious. Granted i fell in love with him for him. It was a day that came along he asked about coloring it to hide the grey. Instead, I asked that he cut it short so I could see the salt & pepper nicely. After the haircut, he got 10,001 compliments and let me tell ya, it was a big ego boost.

Great blog.

Mar 30 @ 1:48PM  
One of my best friends is color blind, so his wife coordinates all of his clothes to be sure the colors match.

Mar 30 @ 1:57PM  
I would for sure!

Mar 30 @ 2:09PM  
I had an ex who could not pick out clothes, put them together. I once "accidently" spilled a soda on a pair of ugly white knit pants he wanted to wear in the middle of December. I was so happy when it did not wash up and he had to get rid of them. I would tell him things did not go together but he did not care. We did not last long as he was a sweet person most of the time but I could not take him anywhere important.

Mar 30 @ 2:21PM  
When I was doing the stage stuff, for a symphony change over the crew had to wear a suit. This one guy showed up in a loud lime green suit. The stage manager went ballistic and told him to go home and change and to save the suit for halloween when he could go in costume as a tomato worm.

Mar 30 @ 2:37PM  
When I met my soon to be husband I was modeling nude at an artists studio. I don't remember what he had on, but I do remember he had his hair cut and died in a mohawk style and the mohawk was bleach blonde with the side and back a dark brown or almost black. It really set off his blue eyes. We didn't date till 6 years later, but everytime I ran into him at the artists studio or an art show gathering he had done something creative with his hair or had on an interesting hat. I was an artist too and always dressed in a creative fashion. When we started dating and finally got married we both had experienced the creative side of each others wardrobe so we knew what we were like. Nothing changed after we got married other than we both got more serious about our work and had to dress more appropriately for functions, but we still kept an artistic flair to our fashion....and yes, we toned down his hairstyles and color and I put on clothes.... so the answer to your question is no...never embarrassed, just let each other express our creativity at will.

Mar 30 @ 3:01PM  
Gary was a wonderful had on the right stuff and always looked great.........he showed up at my work one time in a dark suit holding a dozen roses...........the women swoomed...........BUT I don't always know what looks good on me so he always was the one to shop for me...........damn I miss that.............

Mar 30 @ 3:30PM  
The only time I tell a "white lie" about this kind of thing is when nothing can be done about it. If I'm out on a date with someone and they sit on some gum accidentally or spill a bit of soup on their blouse, it's not good to make them feel worse about it.

When they ask "Is it bad" I say "no" and let them worry about it once they get home and something can be done. Otherwise, if they can change or "fix" their make up I'll be completely honest with them.

If they don't like honesty, that's not my problem.

Mar 30 @ 4:01PM  
Hmmm depends..yeah most likely I would say, I'd like you to wear X rather than that as we are going to ___________ and there is a dress code.. if we are just out ratting around.. naw.. I'm sure I've worn some stuff that most people don't find appropriate for my age/weight.

Mar 30 @ 5:43PM  
Ok, here we go. Mick had a pair of sweat pants he wore around the house. They had a big hole in the ass...and Mick never wore underwear. One day, we were going to head up to the store...he came walking out to the truck wearing those sweat pants and I told him straight out he had better turn around and get some jeans on or he would be walking. The smart ass did that knowing he would get that reaction out of me.

Yes, I will tell my s/o if how he is dressed in a way that would embarrass me.

Mar 30 @ 7:07PM  
Yes I would, you have to be seen out in public with that person...

Mar 30 @ 7:28PM  
To me it almost cuts across lines as to whether you are going somewhere that people know you like a party with friends or a company function.

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