You are enjoying a sunny vacation on the beaches of Mexico. Some of the locals are wearing native garb, or at least peddling it. Vendors walk up and down the beaches selling their wares, from coconut shell jewelry, to crocheted sundresses, to key chains.
You want something to remember this moment with. The smells of pina coladas and sun tan lotion, the feeling of the soft white sand, and the sound of gentle ocean waves splashing on the beach. Those crocheted sundresses are beautiful, and you’d look stunning in one. You could use it as a cover up at the beach, and you could also accessorize it up nicely for dressy-casual dinners. It’s perfect.
You swear up and down that you’ll wear it at home too. That’s the reason you’re getting it of course — there are people everywhere down here wearing these beautiful garments — why wouldn’t you wow people at home with it too?
So after shelling out your precious pennies for the beautiful (read: tacky) sundress, getting gitchy key chains as ”¦