IN fashion like in the real world there are some expectations of how you dress according to your age.
We don’t like to talk abt age and getting old.
Hell, I don’t like to be a grown up myself.
We hide our true identities behind this façade which we learn to while growing up; don’t play with this. Don’t eat that. Don’t run. Don’t shout. Don’t touch that. What other people say. It’s so inappropriate for this age. Shame on you. What’s wrong with You –why are you not married yet? You are not getting any younger. When will you have children? Have you bought a house yet? Do you have a grave spot already?
s t o p…s t o p … s t o p …
I dislike stereotypes.
I am a slave of the common directions people are meant to go in their lives to ( LIKE most of us) – but can this journey be a bit more pleasant and fun?
Sometimes it’s good to be a kid again and get dirty. lol.
LET YOURSELF GO
So, instead of getting old we can always say we are getting wiser. We are getting much more experienced. Women are getting courageous. Men are getting more interesting and some of them even sexier with age. We learn to appreciate life more. We start caring about ourselves inside and outside.
STOP BEING AFRAID. ENJOY IT.
EXPERIMENT…..with your wardrobe.
that being said … some things must stay hidden : I will smack you if you ask about my age and under ANY and I mean ANY circumstances call me Ma’am!!!!
LMUW presenting RUSTIC CHIC
H&M, Rustic blazer belted jacket , last year collection Jane Norman, Rustic pleated skirt, BUY IT NOW H&M, Rustic knee high block heel boots, last season ZARA, rustic tan basket bag River Island, Fur collar leather black sleeves kaftan blazer BLOGGERs favourite last winter.