By this age, we’ve learned to enjoy fashion and hopefully feel confident enough to wear what we love. Does that mean you have to like what other women wear? Emulate or copy what they wear? Nope… and guess what? They shouldn’t care what you think.
Sadly, many women do care what others think which can stifle their creativity.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, if you’re not enjoying what you wear, you’re missing out on half the fun. Fashion isn’t rocket science stuff and it’s not earth-shattering but it can stretch your creativity and help us feel better about ourselves.
Feeling low? Put on a favorite top in a flattering color, that’s soft against your skin and you’re on your way to feeling better.
Feeling out of touch and dated? Pop on a touch of trend and instantly feel more current and “with it”.
Feeling washed out? Add a bold lip, dark sunglasses and take the world by storm.
We can and should agree to disagree about what looks fashionable because it’s a personal choice. Each woman is unique and see’s the world through her own lens. That’s the beauty of individuality and why we’re fortunate to have as many fashion options as we do.
It’s been said that fashion is what you buy and style is what you do with it. I also believe fashion can inspire you to grow if you think outside your comfort zone.
My goal is to inspire and encourage you to try new things and see fashion as the tool it can be for you.
What do you think?