Izzy: Greetings all you Homonyms and Homonyms.
Elsa: Those are the same things.
Izzy: I know, right!? Or is it write? Or left.
Elsa: First it’s a new thesaurus and now it’s a new dictionary….
Izzy: Actually, it’s a homonym book or is it a homonym book? I don’t know.
Elsa: I think these books that YOU think are going to make you sound more intelligent….. well, it’s not working out that way.
Izzy: I am so smart that I don’t think I better get any smarter.
Elsa: Ya — that would be a crime.
Izzy: I don’t think I should get any more fashionable either because I just don’t think the world can handle it.
Elsa: That part might be true. You are very fashionable! Just like our first guest.
Izzy: She lookin’ like a hottie!!
Elsa: I love the neckline on this outfit. It hugs her body so nicely. It’s also a great color.
Izzy: And the bling is bling blingdity!
Elsa: Did you learn that in your homonym book too?
Izzy: No, I learned that on the street. I’m not ALL about book learnin’
Elsa: I never would have guessed. But you’re right, this dress does have a fair share of bling. And it looks tasteful.
Izzy: You always like bling.
Elsa: As much as I love a good bling, too much can look tacky!
Izzy: I never thought I’d hear you say that there was too much bling!!
Elsa: I never thought I’d hear you say “blingdity” either.
Izzy: I say a lot of things that I don’t even know that I’m saying.
Elsa: I believe that.
Izzy: Look at these twinning looks.
Elsa: And winning looks!!
Izzy: That’s a rhyme, not a homonym.
Elsa: I wasn’t trying for a homonym. If I were trying for a homonym, I’d ask if you “mean to be mean” all the time.
Izzy: But since you weren’t trying for a homonym, we’ll just let that go.
Elsa: That color is everything. I’m so glad we have this look on the show today. It’s the perfect example of how to take a neutral separate and accessorize it to create your own unique look.
Izzy: I want both looks.
Elsa: The addition of a bow tie or a beaded collar can really make a difference, can’t it?
Izzy: It’s just like the addition of a little vodka or a little whiskey. Both great, but different.
Elsa: You can always find an alcohol related analogy, can’t you?
Izzy: So far, so good!
Elsa: I like the leather zipper tag. It makes the outfit a touch more casual, so you could wear this out to dinner or shopping. It’s the perfect dressy-casual look. Both of them!
Izzy: That hat!!
Elsa: It really is something awesome. I love plaid. Seems that all our guests today coordinated.
Izzy: They could start a band together!!!
Elsa: Assuming they know how to play instruments, yes. But at least their coordinating album cover look is taken care of already.
Izzy: I’ve heard some bands and knowing how to play instruments isn’t always a prerequisite for being in band. Looking cool is though!!
Elsa: This is another example, just like our last look, of how to properly dress casually. The denim makes this a more casual look, but the pearls and the hat make it unique and special.
Izzy: The perfect outfit to wear to lunch or just for day drinking.
Elsa: You think every outfit is a day drinking outfit.
Izzy: I haven’t found one yet that doesn’t work!!!!! I’ll keep trying though.
Elsa: How about this one?
Izzy: This could still work as a day drinking outfit. You see, the glasses hide the bloodshot eyes and reduce glare. The hat also helps with glare reduction but also… well, you can get out of the house right away without doing your hair which gives you more time to drink.
Elsa: So, you approve of this outfit?
Izzy: As a day drinking outfit, it is functional.
Elsa: And you’d wear it?
Izzy: I didn’t exactly say that. I just said that it was functional.
Elsa: I would love to see you in those socks.
Izzy: I think I’d have to be pretty drunk to do that. I don’t think I’ve ever been that drunk.
Elsa: I like the color of the scarf.
Izzy: You loved that last hat… what’s wrong with this one?
Elsa: Nothing if it were matched with a nice breezy summer shirt. This look tries to marry things that just don’t go together.
Izzy: Like us, for instance.
Elsa: You hush! You know that you and I go together like bread and butter.
Izzy: By the size of your rump, I think you’ve been having plenty of bread AND butter.
Elsa: Just for that remark, I’m buying this outfit for your for your birthday.
Izzy: Send enough vodka and I might even wear it!!
Izzy and Elsa: Stay fabulous, fashionistas!