Today I’m going to get contrary.
Please, try to contain your shock and surprise.
I distinctly remember the first time I ever heard the ‘rule’ about clothes; blue and green should never be seen. Together, that is. You can wear blue, and you can wear green, but both together is sacrilege. Or something.
I was confused. I remained confused when asking why generated the following answers:
“That’s just the rule.”
“Because they don’t go together.”
“They just don’t.”
None of those are actual, logic-based reasons. Which leads me to the conclusion that ‘blue and green should never be seen’ for the same reason that ‘fat people shouldn’t wear crop tops/leggings/animal print/glitter’ – because society isn’t happy unless it has a bunch of arbitrary rules to enforce.
Well nuts to you, society. I can, and will, wear blue and green together whenever I want.
Although with the weather in Glasgow, this one is more likely:
I could go on. Turns out I have even more green and blue clothes than I thought.
But while we’re on the subject…
Seriously, nobody can tell me what colour(s) I can and can’t wear. Ever. I could even wear all of the colours if I want.
But I’m probably not going to.