One group is trying to do exactly as you say, the other is attempting the opposite. It doesn’t work.
Full make up/ Therapy sessions
I once thought about making a line of cosmetics that don’t run while crying. Do you know how difficult it is to have an effective Fancy Therapy session before you are meeting H at a business dinner? I’m all about letting it out and knowing that my face might fall off stunts my emotional growth.
Red wine/ Dating
I actually used to carry these little tooth wipes in my purse when I was single. On our first date, H and I actually consumed 4 bottles of red wine. (I know, that is truly horrifying. In my defense, that was over several hours. I know. Quiet.) I had to keep nipping off to the loo to wipe my lips and teeth clean.
Vegetarians/ Dinner at the Fancy House
I’m not sure what offends them more: the side of beef on the Fancy Grill, the cowhide décor or the poster depicting various cuts of pork hanging in the kitchen. It’s not like we don’t offer vegetables too but somehow it just doesn’t seem to work.
Live animals/ formal wear
Fancy here has no problem wearing animals that have gone to the great animal kingdom in the sky. It’s only fair since I have no problem eating them. And so long as they have already made the journey. And their identifying parts such as faces, claws and teeth have been removed. But wearing an animal that is still moving. Still breathing? Is licking my ear? That’s where I draw the line. And I do believe this also qualifies now as a Frock It entry. Efficiency Rocks! Meet Rachel Weisz's 2004 Esquire cover frock. I hope she didn't catch a chill. Or get envenomated.