Remember those crazy campy cartoons that seem to appear magically every Christmas with that super obnoxious ringing every time Rudolph’s nose lights up? My kids have begun watching them regularly this December. Now, I know a lot of people grew up on these, no matter when you were born. I actually never saw them until I was an adult, at which point my reaction was “what the heck ARE these things??” Yes, if you didn’t watch them as a child, they’re a little…er…different. However, I love that my kids are watching them because it’s giving me a second chance to get to know them in a childlike way! And my kids really like them!
My kids love this one super hilarious one called “Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July”. You guys, there are snakes that fly in it. It’s just that amazing. They’ve been watching it while I’m cleaning the house or cooking dinner, and I catch glimpses of it while I’m utilizing my “the kids are distracted” time wisely. Besides the flying snakes which are really hard to miss, there’s one thing I’ve noticed about it. They wear the BEST CLOTHES. I know, this sounds funny but let me prove it to you.
My Top Picks For Best Dressed:
The dude’s name is WINTERBOLT. Does it get more awesome than that? Check out that robe he’s got on…is that NOT magical? I would SO wear that. Gorgeous. He may be the bad guy, but he’s got some epic style going on.
How much do you love that western outfit she’s wearing? It’s PERFECT! It’s so 70’s and so classic cowgirl. I love her hat and bandana and her FRINGE VEST!!!! She’s got my vote.
I have a thing for suits and two piece outfits, and I love his white with the red stripe uniform. It’s like a 1970’s doorman. Not to mention is awesome hat and boots. Thumbs up Milton.
Full disclosure: when my kids are watching movies I often don’t really get to “watch” with them and I only catch bits and pieces, so I don’t know who this dude with the lace up and fur vest is, only that I want to wear his outfit. Because if he’s not #onpoint then I don’t know what is.
Sure, sure. It’s a little weird to pull fashion inspiration from an old campy kids cartoon movie. Or is it… :)