I know what you are thinking. You are asking yourself, "What is so 'dumb' about a woman in Highland Park wearing a sweater?"
Well, since you inquired (at least hypothetically), I'll tell you. It is supposed to be ninety-five freakin' degrees today in Dallas! And you do what?...Wear a thick sweater (obviously)!
I'm sorry. What?! When did it become socially acceptable to sacrifice "being practical" for "cute and trendy"? And, for that matter, when did it become "hip" to wear out-of-season apparel? Is the fashion industry bi-polar or just plain out of ideas?
Or maybe the HP Bimbo thought that if she dressed for cold weather that it would just...you know...happen. There seems to be a lot of "entitlement" amongst the Parkies (as a species). Maybe she thought that she deserved cold weather because she had made such an oh-my-gawd-adorable-sweater-purchase? She'd already sacrificed practicality for the sake of the sweater, so we can therefore assume that "logic" and/or "brains" did NOT play a part in her early morning outfit selection.
Maybe her intelligence was bleached-out with her natural hair color?
Hehe (low blow, I know...)!
But I digress. No one really knows (or ever will) what goes into the "making" (or "make-up", if you prefer) of a Parkie. You might as well ponder the true meaning of life. The true meaning of life, at least, has an answer (presumably)...
In the end, we are left with the following assertion (made by me, of course):
Yes. While technically it is "fall" and no longer "summer", the weather in
Texas has yet to receive that memo. Therefore, please dress accordingly
(or I might decide to throw rotten fruit at you).
The HP Bimbo was also wearing gold, strappy sandals with seven inch heals, but that is a whole other problem. Apparently, where SHE was going, it was going to be cold and walking wasn't a priority.