Sundresses: The Towson uniform guys actually like
I want to break away from divisive issues and take the high road with this piece, which is about something we can all agree on: Sundresses are the clothing of the gods.
There is nothing like seeing a beautiful woman (and Towson is full of them) walking under Lecture Hall wearing a bright orange (I chose orange because the Orioles wear orange and that means she is one step closer to being a fan like me) sundress that is blowing in the cool spring breeze.
It hits you. We have moved from yoga-pants weather (which I am also a fan of) to sundress weather.
Ladies, please take note of this. I don’t know what it is about them, but sundresses are just the perfect spring item of clothing.
I almost feel like I am on “Fashion Police” talking about this. I watched it one time for, like, five minutes, and like most television programs, it sucked me in until I could break free during a commercial break.
Anyways, sundresses. They are probably the single greatest creation next to yoga pants. These items clearly were designed by guys, right? Who else would design a piece of clothing that drives guys like me crazy?
My advice to women who are looking to impress, which is every girl, is to go to your clothing store of choice and buy one of these magical items, put it on (on a nice day of course), and take note of how many looks you get. I will go on the record saying you will get at least 50.
My friends and I have a running joke that Towson has a uniform of yoga pants, North Faces and UGG boots during the winter and sundresses during the summer.
So why wear what everyone else is wearing, you might ask?
Because guys have no attention span whatsoever when it comes to girls. Our heads are on a swivel here at TU, where we are constantly checking out a new girl every second.
This wasn’t quite what you were looking for? To be fair, I never promised that I could get you a man. I only promised I could get hormone-enriched college guys to look at you.