Massachusetts woman Jane Andrews told acquaintances that she was feeling “not so great” about her outfit choice today.
“I didn’t know it was going to rain,” she complained to co-workers, while in the office bathroom. “If I had known, I wouldn’t have worn pants because I hate when the legs drag on the ground and get all soggy. Plus it’s so humid and I feel so sticky in these.”
This is not the first occasion in which Andrews has questioned her fashion choices. Friends recall Jane second-guessing outfits on other occasions, including but not limited to: work events, social brunches, funerals, first dates, second dates, doctor’s appointments, and trips to Home Depot.
“She wore a strapless dress to a wedding once,” Jane’s roommate recalls. “But she couldn’t stop pulling it up. Plus she said she felt overdressed compared with what the rest of us were wearing. Eventually, she just gave up and went home early.”
Jane was later spotted sighing at her desk, wondering aloud how she’d make it through the rest of the work day.
“You’d think they’d have the A/C on in here by now. If I’d know it would be like this, I would’ve at least worn a sleeveless blouse. I guess I’ll be heading straight home to change after work.”