These made me very aware of my unconscious head tilt because these lines looked slanted when I stood "normally!" The slanted lines were so off-putting that I was compelled to hold my head straight. The vertical lines made the vanishing point on the horizon pretty transfixing, which also changed my gaze and my walk.
(Do people on the street always look at me like this, or does this way of walking attract attention, or do I never notice people looking at me because my gaze is always on the sidewalk?)
These were calming. I felt like I was hiding under a willow tree.
These were by far the most disruptive. I barely lasted ten minutes with them on. They did make me notice the temperature drop in a shady area a moment before I processed the darkness of shade, and I'd never experienced that before. When I took them off the world looked crisp and vibrant.
Disappeared from my notice very quickly. A friend tried them on and said they made her feel safe and hidden, like she was peering at the world from behind blinds.
Also a gentle feeling. Easy to look past.
that the Wendy Williams show costumes its audience really effectively.
Bright, solid colors, please!
I think they must suggest specific colors because the audience matches the flowers:
Oh, wait, whoa, no specific color suggestions!
Is there a dress code?
Okay, so next question: when the audience members are choosing their outfits and thinking "WENDY!" are they remembering past floral arrangements?
How did they get it so right? Maybe the producers ask the florists to go with colors that are on-trend in women's clothing. Or maybe the whole thing is cultural competency so complete that it's just mass intuition at this point.