The great thing is that none of us are wrong. Clothes allow us to express to people, even before they meet us, who we sincerely are, who we wish to be or who we think we are...all through clothing, accessories and make up.
I follow Ari Seth Cohen who has published a few books and a film entitled "Advanced Style" and these are perfect examples of making self statements through what is worn. He honors men and women in their advanced years who use clothing and accessories to say "Look at me! I'm relevant, stylish, unique and HERE!"
I have always admired women who dress with aplomb. I am not one of those but I love their looks.
I have been a trend follower but conservatively; and admire those stylish women as role models for me..
Hair color and style is a fun way to project your inner spirit.
And if you are not bold enough to wear funky hair colors or styles, the easiest approach is costume jewelry and glasses frames.
It takes a lot of maturity and panache to wear these items, not as costumes, but as an outward sign to the world of what kind of woman you are and how much these things mean to you and your happiness.
And never forget shoe: they do not have to be just comfortable. They can also help you make that statement.
And you don't have to spend a lot of money on fun jewelry. You can find great costume jewelry at thrift stores, garage sales and flea markets
If you haven't found your "look" yet, I do recommend you look at a the Netflix film, "Advanced Style" or get your hands on the book. These amazing women might inspire you to try a new approach to wearing your heart and personality...not just on your sleeve but your head, your body and your feet.
I really like this quote to conclude this post....
Until next time, I remain,