Have you ever found yourself wondering, on the eve of a Writing Conference in which you hope to dazzle agents and editors with your marvelous manuscript, what to wear?
This might get some attention, but probably not the right kind:
As would this, unless you were at the Dr. Who Convention:
After all, you want to look professional, but you also want comfort. You will be stretching those smile muscles all day, and trekking from room to room in one of those mid-sized hotels so beloved of conference organizers.
Well, gallant gentlemen and ladies, I have found the answer. And I have proof of its efficacy. Please welcome the Lands' End new mesh Polo shirt:
A couple of added factors make this my shirt of choice: the "no curl collar" and the "jersey-taped seams" on the neck and shoulders, which create the feeling of comfort. (Don't I sound the sartorial expert?) If you want to check out the shirts, you can find them at the Lands End website HERE.
Let me hasten to add, in closing, that these shirts shouldn't just grace a writing conference. I'm going to wear mine to barbecues and baseball games over the summer. Basically, the shirt looks good just about everywhere. (And it's certainly more stylish than some of those hats at the recent Royal Wedding.)
If you leave a comment on my blog post, with added points for why you would love to win a Lands' End polo, I will enter you in a drawing to win one of these shirts. The deadline for comments is 9 PM (PST) on Friday June 17th. (U.S. entries only, unfortunately. But if you international commenters ever come for a visit, I'll treat you to a trip to the Land's End Store.)
“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Dad Central Consulting on behalf of Lands’ End and received a polo shirt to facilitate my review, one to giveaway, and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.”