If this is mutton, sign me up.
Seems this is a hot topic
these past few days.
“The point about these three was that they understood that the parade has most certainly not gone by. None of them looked ridiculous, they had elegance and distinction and above all, a strong sense of personal style. You understood at once that their clothes mattered to them, because they understood why clothes matter.
Look at me, they said. And I did.”
I’ve been reading “It’s So You: 35 Women Write about Personal Expression Through Fashion & Style”
, edited by Michelle Tea, and Laura Fraser makes a great point about developing an individual style that is never “out” because it was never “in” in the first place. It seems to me that women who continue to look stylish as they age and don’t fade into the woodwork are the ones who have figured this out.
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