Okay Internets -- time to help a girl out!
I have a friend I used to teach with, whose daughter is about a year older than Harper. Every once in a while she will call and say she has some clothes for us and then drop of enormous bags of clothing. It is wonderful. All manner of things arrive in these bags: shirts, shoes, party dresses (seriously, Harper's been to a couple of weddings and never had to buy her a dress to wear), tights, sweats, winter coats, pajamas, you name it. When I purchase clothes for Harper I tend toward buying things in outfits -- otherwise I'm likely to end up with seventeen shirts but only one pair of pants for her to wear in the winter. Sometimes I'll buy several mix and match items, but I'm pretty conscious of keeping an even top to bottom ratio. Anyway. . .
When I get these bags of clothes one of the first things I do is sort them out. We donate the stuff we just won't use (typically very little) and then I attempt to figure out which items, if any, go together. Normally this isn't too difficult to figure out, but once in a while I run into something, which may have been part of a pair or a set, and I just can't figure out what it's intended purpose is.
So I am calling on the wisdom of the internet. I invite you to do one of two things:
1) Leave a comment telling me what the heck the top's intended purpose is.
2) Tell me how silly I am for worrying about it and that I should not worry what people think when Harper wears pajamas to a birthday party.