A recent survey by Travel + Leisure found that Dallas is the sixth worst-dressed city in America.
Twenty cities, including two different Portlands, made the reader-nominated list. Anchorage, Alaska is the worst-dressed city, according to the survey.
First and foremost, a 22-part slideshow designed solely for the purpose of pumping page views ought to be illegal.
It’s bad enough that they’ve accused us of being nothing more than big hair and snakeskin boots, but making us suffer through a slideshow is even more irritating.
We may not be the most fashion-forward city in America, but we are a far cry from all being extras in a 1980s country music video.
The editors of the magazine are based in New York, so it’s easy to understand why they may not appreciate our wardrobes. Temperatures here reach almost 120 degrees in the summer; and for most of the winter, it’s still hot enough to bake cookies on the sidewalk.
They can put us wherever they want to on the list, but until there is a mass outbreak of pairing socks with flip-flops in downtown Dallas, we have nothing to worry about.