When I get home from work I usually have a request for the husband.
It isn't to pour me something to drink, or make dinner, or rub my back (although I do like all of those things.)
It's to take an outfit photo.
I do have a tripod, but setting it up, running back and forth to set the timer is just not nearly as easy as having my husband do it. Plus, he doesn't mind... or doesn't tell me that he minds. :)
So last week, like usual, I asked him ever-so-sweetly if he could snap a few photos, but this time, he had a request. He wanted to have an outfit photo too.
Now, full disclosure. The husband works as a shoe buyer at a running store. He wears t-shirts and jeans or t-shirts and shorts with running shoes every day. And while that doesn't bother me, what bothers me is when he wears a long-sleeve shirt under the t-shirt -- a "style" he loves and a look that I really don't like. (I know -- pretty superficial of me.)
But the thing is, I think it's a "style" that belongs back in high school or heck, even junior high. If you're going to layer, put a jacket over the t-shirt, not a long-sleeve under the t-shirt.
So, I'm asking for your input. Should I just get over the husband's favorite look, or is it a style that really should be kept firmly in the early 2000s?
p.s. Oh-- and I should mention that I'm willing to compromise on this. For example, he can wear the long-sleeve/t-shirt combo to work, just not when he goes out with me. Or, maybe he can at least concede that it isn't the most fashion-forward look. I'm willing to be happy with that.
p.p.s. the monster wanted to have an outfit photo too.