No shoes. Service.
(submitted by Morgan)
The girl at the back is clearly some kind of shoe God, the girls at the front are her high-priestesses who worship at her feet with shoe offerings.
So if we put our shoes in front of our feet then no one will notice that we’re wearing pantyhose. Yeah, that’s perfect! Not awkward at all!
And since little sister didn’t bother to wear the right dress, it’s a good thing we brought a Laura Ashley poster she can stand behind.
Looking like an 80′s pic, most photogs used the roll-down backdrops (they were like cardboard that rolled down and covered the floor) and if you stepped too heavily your heel could easily put a hole right through the paper. Maybe the photog was worried about that? :;shrugs:: definitely an odd photo.
Shoeless in Seattle, oops or was that Sleepless in Seattle
The concept must have been “Shoeless Janes”…I was a little too floral-happy as a kid myself
im curious to know where this photo was taken. When I was in junior high, I had a Valentine’s Day dance photo taken where I wasn’t allowed to wear dress shoes b/c the school was afraid they’ll scuff up the gym.
my shoes weren’t in the pic
The poor little girl in the back looks like her mother had her slipcovered…
lol poor girl didn’t have a black/white dress i guess
I love the little girl in the back!
Tsk, tsk, tsk. Someone didn’t get the memo – smart, black and white attire and we must pose WITH our shoes… (as opposed to with our shoes on). Dear me, Marnie would have a fit. That is NOT a regulation size floral dress.
F! T! W!!!!!
Ain’t that Mister Mister on the radio?
I had that same exact flowered dress. I has a whole closet full of victorian-floral dress with wonderful puff sleeves. Thanks mom!
were they all Laura Ashley dresses? i had a daughter during that period of time, and i always felt bad that i couldn’t buy her a ton of Laura Ashley dresses. LOL!!
Me too! Awkward!
I never had a Laura Ashley but lots of copycats. I’m pretty sure I had one pretty close to the one in this picture too.
This is a modern day Cinderalla story if I’ve ever seen one. Its obvious that there are two handsome shoe store heirs looking for brides, and they’ll marry whomever can slip into those lovely velveteen shoes. These young lassies have all shown up to take a crack at it.
Ummm, what? Can’t get past hotness.
Yesss, of course this is awkward. I also pick my nose at every opportunity but I certainly wouldn’t do so for a formal photo. Haha – service. Good one -!
That’s fine to take the shoes off, but having them in the picture just makes it THAT much more obvious that you took them off…
Check out the shoulder pads! This could be the front four for the Steeler’s defensive line.
The little girls dress is bigger than she is. It’s rather distracting, you kind of overlook hot sister at the front.
It’s almost like the little girl has her face in one of those plywood cut-out things. It’s not really her body.
That’s the first thing I noticed!
Some people take casual just a tad bit too far. Tsk Tsk Tsk!
PS – the young girl in the back has some seriously puffy sleeves!!!
80′s hair !!!
Have photo of me looking exactly like the two in black
Two outta four aont bad
Perhaps you’re being a little TOO frank…
Yeah, I’m thinking the younger two must have a different father or mother. Don’t even look related to the two pretty older ones.
80′s hair! It never goes out of style!
Meri seriously keep up with fashion you are way off
Oh the bangs…the bangs!!!!!
Awkward? All are attractive or cute as is age appropriate and I’m sure if I wore high heels I would take them off at every chance I got too.
Awkward is not taking your shoes off. Awkward is taking your shoes off and then proudly displaying them in your photo.
But most of us don’t take them off and pose them next to us during a professional photo shoot.
And you would leave them beside your feet in the photo? Alrighty then.
Yeah having the shoes in the pictures is what is awkward.
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