📝🍎 Time to turn in your homework…
Yesterday, I assigned you the following homework task: Identify items in your wardrobe that you love, that look good on you, that make you FEEL GOOD…without regard to whether its considered in style or out of style. Why? While the global economy is in a downturn and people are struggling financially across the globe, none of us should be concerned with what is trendy vs. what is dated. In the meantime, we should all just SHOP OUR CLOSET FIRST. So what did you find???
Here are my homework answers:
- PINK: In case you haven’t noticed, my favorite color is pink. 💕
- SKINNY JEANS: They flatter my shape, are easy to wear, and just feel good on me. 👖
- LEOPARD: Zero flocks given if you are sick of seeing me in leopard. I love it. So there. 🐆
- UGGs: Not pictured here because I’m not ready to pull them out just yet, but I still love my UGG boots. I wear them around the house like house slippers. 👢
And if anyone wants to criticize me for wearing items that other judgy influencers deem as “dated” or “out of style,” you can do like Flo the Waitress used to say at Mel’s Diner: KISS MY GRITS, Sugar! 😝😝😝
As I said in yesterday’s post, no one should be judging each other for their wardrobe choices, especially while discretionary spending is at a low and people are struggling to get by. Wear what you have. Wear what you love. Wear what makes you feel good.
As always, SHOP YOUR CLOSET FIRST! But if you want to supplement your current wardrobe with any of these pieces, you can find shopping links
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