Please just kill me:
Chelsea Clinton isn’t the first presidential daughter who has tried to keep private the details of her wedding day. “I feel that marriage vows are sacred, and I hope that mine will be spared the hurly-burly attending a news event,” Margaret Truman said before her 1956 nuptials in Missouri. At least she and the groom, Clifton Daniel, consented to a press conference with 50 reporters.
But Ms. Clinton, 30, was silent in every way except one. Her dress told a lot.
Designed by Vera Wang, the strapless dress consisted of a number of yards of ivory silk organza that had been lightly gathered, with tulle pleated diagonally on the bodice. The dress was finished with a silvery embroidered waistband, not unlike the dresses with dark sashes that Ms. Wang showed in a bridal collection this year.
I’m wearing shorts and a t-shirt at the moment (cargo shorts from the JCPenney fat man section, $9.00, t-shirt is grey from the Finish Line four t-shirts for $20.00 collection, accessorized with a set of stylish adidas flip-flops at $24.00, buy one get one half-off at Dicks Sporting Goods). I wonder what that is saying- “Casual, comfortable, an everyman look with a touch of of the refined dignity and sensibilities that one would expect from a cast member of My Name is Earl.”