Mrs. Priss – The Introduction

“There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”
Madeleine Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State

I read that on my Starbucks cup about a week ago. Although Madeleine probably had something a little different in mind when she was quoted, I think my interpretation holds just as much importance.

The way we present ourselves in our dress and demeanor dramatically affect how others perceive and respect us. In a place where sex tapes, nipple slips and flashing your vajayjay gain such undeserving attention, I can’t help but wonder, what ever happened to being a lady? I am in no way perfect, but honey, you will never see my thong sticking out of my jeans (dark wash/wide-legged, all the way), and I will never, EVER flip that rude old lady driver the bird… as much as I would love to.

As someone who appreciates etiquette, good taste, and… fashion (I am a girl, after all), I feel it is my moral obligation to share the love.

To all the muffin tops, mom-jeans, gum smackers and gossip queens…

This blog is for you.

3 thoughts on “Mrs. Priss – The Introduction

  1. I am so excited you are becoming a blogger too, Morgan! It’ll be a great way to get to know you a little better. And your idea is wonderful. I wholeheartedly agree with everything you said, and I really look forward the things you will post.
    I love the name– Mrs. Priss is so perfect. :)

  2. Ohhh it’s Morgan! Steph shared a blog through the gmail reader…I didn’t realize it was you! One more fun blogger!! :)

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