• Thu, Aug 2 2012

Illustrated Guide: What To Wear In Scorching Hot Weather

Whenever it gets really hot, fashion magazines will tell you all kinds of bullshit about cute clothes to wear–eyelet dresses! mullet skirts! sheer blouses!–but fashion magazines ply you with lies. Moreover, do you really want to sweat through your pretty new eyelet dress? Do you really want to get sunscrean all over your nice blouse? No. You want to give up. You want to roll over and die in an air conditioner.

…But sometimes you don’t have that option. Sometimes you even have to go to work. That’s where we come in. This week’s Illustrated Guide will show you how to keep things stylish and cool during those brutal Summer heat weaves.

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  • Endn

    Just have to say, these illustrated guides absolutely kill me every time, I would watch a cartoon show or buy a whole book of them

  • Lastango

    Love the way you did the fire on the Jorts Barn!

    Every artist has so much to learn from a good cartoonist, because cartoonists know how to get convincing effects from just a few strokes. It’s a real gift.

    • Ashley Cardiff

      I would never consider myself a good cartoonist, but that’s very kind of you.

  • lucygoosey74

    Wait..furries costumes have mesh net over the crotchal area? Who knew?!

  • lucygoosey74

    Sorry to comment again, but I have to say that the only thing I like about this hellish heatwave is the magical moment when I step into my meat locker cold air conditioned house, peel off my nasty sweaty clothes and stand in all my naked glory in front of the air conditioner.
    Oh my God..did that sound Courtney Stodden-ish? I hope not, I tried not to say anything “sensual”.

    • Ashley Cardiff

      “the only thing I like about this hellish heatwave is the magical moment when I step into my meat locker cold air conditioned house, peel off my nasty sweaty clothes and stand in all my naked glory in front of the air conditioner,” was actually a pretty convincing Stodden tweet.

      …And back when Stodden was worth following. Before she went commercial.

  • C K Dick

    The subtlety of the brush strokes make the dialog seem like excess, ah but wonderful excess.
    This material is worthy of being syndicated. I find myself looking forward to Thursday’s