Today I am wearing:
- Brown Corduroy Skirt (choose from: “nice”, “comfy”, “great”, “stylin’”)
- Blue t-shirt with little screaming stickman (choose from: “supercool”, “wow”, “I love it, where’d you get it?”)
- Multicoloured striped knee socks (choose from: “great”, “cool”, “cute”)
I think what you’re wearing is really cool too. Where’d you get that shirt?
( Clothing, already packing a range of interesting signs and cultural signifiers, has a remarkable way of acting as a social bridge. Its place in our society is one of extreme familiarity, so much so that it can act as a guaranteed common ground. Its assumed universality can then leave room for an assortment of implied messages – like the front of a white t-shirt, ready for a logo.)