There has been a lot of concern in the lead up to ProBlogger. Concern over meeting new people. Concern over cliques. Concern over business cards (me). Concern over being a hugger and hugging people who don’t want hugging (again, me – as in being the concerned over-hugger). And then there has been concern over not being particularly concerned.
But the largest area of concern seems to be: What to Wear to ProBlogger.
After careful consideration, deliberation and extensive research via style blogs, I have decided what to wear. I am going to wear clothes.
I spoke to an attendee last year who opted not to wear clothes.
“I really regretted that decision,” she said. “Most other bloggers had decided to wear clothes last year. It did make me feel a little left out. It also made hugging quite awkward. I will definitely be wearing clothes this year.”
A survey revealed that 100% of attendees this year intend to wear clothes.
Of those, 20% have already packed, 30% are excited to wear things that they can’t in their ordinary, child-stained lives, 25% are worried about what to wear, 5% are buying new clothes, 10% are wearing what ever happens to be clean on the day and 5% are not sure what all the fuss is about. That may or may not add up to 100% and I may or may not have made all that up.
Importantly, 0% of bloggers intend holding up score cards judging other attendees’ outfits.
See you there gorgeous things.