Back in my 20s I would shop for clothes without thinking about how they would fit me. I would stroll into Express with my coupon (you know what I am talking about). Then I would zero in on an item that I had concluded was “cute”. It was only after
Let’s get real about Valentine’s Day here. My husband and I stopped going out for a fancy dinner on Valentine’s Day few years ago because: A. It’s crazy expensive, B. They change the menus, and C. We have to pay for a babysitter too. So, instead, we keep it simple.
Every fall I keep an eye out for a leather jacket to add to my closet. One that I will get a lot of use out of and won’t look silly on me. Once I snag one I like, I try to think of different ways to wear it. I
In my book, big prints were the root of all evil for gals with curves. One reason was that I heard that big prints are supposed to make you look “bigger”. The other was that big prints were somehow super obnoxious and loud. Last one, my mom would say don’t
I was once told by ex-boyfriend that turtlenecks don’t look good on me. That I was too “big” wear one. So, of course, I bought more turtlenecks. However, over the years, I forgot about this rebellion and stopped buying turtlenecks. I found that they were actually hard to pull