First, kudos to me for the excellent snap of Judy.

When I tuned in to NewsHour (which my dear friend, Hunter, still refers to as McNeill Lehrer – you go) tonight, I thought Judy was rocking the teal. I felt good about it.

Upon closer inspection, I was devastated to realize that Judy had mailed it in. Clearly, this is not a sweater set. It’s a tealish shell under a teal cardigan. Who does she think she’s fooling? Not this blogger. And what’s with the black earrings? Is she falling apart? Perhaps she was so despondent about the internal administration documents predicting 3,000 COVID-19 deaths per day by June 1 that she couldn’t piece together an outfit that said “I care.”

Was she so distracted about SCOTUS’s first-ever telephonic arguments that she grabbed just anything from her (walk-in, I presume) closet? For God’s sake, Judy, we’re counting on you.

Look, I’m not asking you to accessorize beyond earrings – Heaven knows I rarely wear them these days, but America is counting on you, Judy. I would rather have seen an entirely different color under that teal cardigan than a poor cousin of the cardigan’s shade.

In other news, my dear Peter purchased this for me (whiskey, too):

So I have an escape.

Judy, for the sake of all that is holy, pull it together.

Love,

Megan

4 thoughts on “

  1. I am not a fan of drop earrings in a professional setting. I especially think they don’t look good on her. She needs to maybe go with diamond studs.

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  2. Agree about the earrings—black doesNOT go with everything, I was less offended by the teal ensemble—at least that’s a GOOD color on Judy, unlike when she strays into the shoals of the Yellow Area. Ok, they didn’t quite match. At least she’s not wearing pajamas. Yet.

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  3. Agree on pajamas! The world will grind to a halt that day. Also agree on drop earrings, at least on Judy. Sometimes she can pull them off (not literally), like the red ones….

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  4. This graduate-level discourse is intimidating, but I’m learning a lot. My response to this photo was, “nice color.”

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