Trenni Reacts To Talk of New Styling
Our post on Trenni’s “new look” generated a lot of buzz, including some reaction from Trenni herself, who e-mailed me on another subject, but threw this comment in:
And on a side note, I thought the recent threads on my “new look” are very funny! (Yes, I still check the site!) Here’s the deal…New York and the network are very different from home! I have a clothing deal and someone who chooses my outfits, but I get the final say. (and I still abide by my hemline rule!) I also have someone to do my hair and make up when I’m on set…hence the more “glam” look. Plus, the HD cameras and lights in the studio require a bit more make up than I’d ever wear in real life. Trust me, if you see me on the street, I’m still not very made up and wear my chuck taylors to work almost every day! (But I’m not going to lie, I’m a girl and I like playing dress up for work!)
Trenni also was on 1250 WSSP this morning and the topic turned to her style and the post we made.
Luckily, Trenni has a good sense of humor about it all and basically just said MLB Network “tried to girl me up a little bit.”
The guys on 1250 were much more harsh in their fashion review than we were though and when Trenni explained that it was minor changes, like the fact that she had a hair stylist now, that people were noticing, self-proclaimed fashion guru Mike Wickett threw us under the bus.
“Your hair is what RightFieldBleachers.com is focusing on. Right. Sure it is,” Wickett said.
Thanks, Mike. Ha, anyway, it was a pretty funny interview and you can check it out HERE.
The whole discussion and the way Trenni has reacted to it is further proof that she’s really just a down-to-earth Wisconsin girl. And we will continue to tune in to MLB Network on the edge of our seats to see what that stylist will do next!
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