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Are you busily packing for your big exciting trip to Washington D.C. for the conservative circle jerk convention known as CPAC, but you're all kinds of stumped on what to wear? Well, via Wonkette, there is a super helpful lady on the interwebs who has just what you need to avoid an awkward fashion faux pax:
Ladies, what should you wear? Cardigans, blouses, blazers and pumps! What shouldn’t you wear? Oh, just a laundry list of things: rompers, halters, shorts, strapless necklines, low-cut tops, miniskirts, leggings. The publicist lady has created an entire fucking Pinterest page of her favorite CPAC-appropriate outfits! Fun!
Publicist Adrienne Royer, aka helpful lady on the interwebs, has provided this infographic so there will be no misunderstandings about appropriate attire for these upstanding conservative boys and girls, for whom there has apparently been some confusion in the past because they misunderstood the gathering to be an awesome place for sex, drugs and halter tops. But it is not, boys and girls! Conservatism is serious business. That's why Donald Trump and the half-term idiot governor herself will be extra-special featured speakers at the convention, with more time to talk about freedom 'n stuff than any other speaker who's batshit crazy enough, and also politically irrelevant enough, to score a speaking slot.

So have fun, conservative boys and girls, but remember to leave your rompers at home.

Originally posted to Kaili Joy Gray on Tue Mar 12, 2013 at 01:46 PM PDT.

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