She's been straightening it for some time. While I never thought Chelsea looked much like either Hil or Bil, I could see in the group picture that they shared the same cheekbones.
I miss dressing up although I do wear a skirt (more often than slacks) with either a twin set (paired sweaters, a shell and a cardigan) or a cotton blouse with an intarsia knit cardigan or a blazer when I teach.
We've become all too casual in our dress as a society. I took a resume writing workshop during the summer of '07. The instructor had us envision and then report on the environment in which we wanted to work. All the other women wanted to wear jeans or business casual.
Not me! I want to wear skirts and nice shoes, which, for me, means 'European comfort shoes,' and not Jimmy Chos!
I miss cocktail dresses and evening gowns!
And, I do not blame the hippies and the 60s for this downgrading of dress. yes, the hippies popularized jeans, but, that was as a sort of a anti-commercial statement. The first bell bottoms I saw were handmade: the bottoms of leg seams were opened and triangles of cloth were inserted in the lower legs. Furthermore, hippie chicks often wore dresses and sparked the movement toward long dresses for concerts, weddings, etc., that lasted about a decade. Finally, there were very hippies to begin with. Because there were 'followers of fashion,' it just seemed like there were more of them!
Furthermore, if this were the right wing nation that some posters here think it is, why are the righties dressing in jeans, which were a sort of badge of rebellion for the hippies, who have all disappeared, fading into professions, small businesses and other ventures.
Now, I was chewed out by a woman who said that she wore jeans because she was non-conformist while I wanted to dress up because I was conformist. What a crock.