Dress Your Age
Developing a look and style of dress requires paying attention to the details of the everyday woman. I am a lover of classy looks that maintain a reach into fashion from everywhere in the world. It’s great to show off your body but leaving something to the imagination is what adds the mystery.
During our teen years, we wanted to look just like every pop star and R&B singer. Now you are over 25 with a closet full of clothes that look younger than you. You find yourself fighting to keep up with the latest looks and realize you are wearing the same shirt as your teenage cousin. What happened? Somehow the magical transformation into womanhood passed you by. You own over 30 pairs of shoes that hurt your feet, too tight jeans, and too many pairs of printed jeggings that look ridiculous on you. You are 25+, let’s start dressing like it.
Skinny jeans are great! However, now it’s time to add a nice pair of pants to your wardrobe. I can recall when I had the overwhelming fear of looking too old and now I don’t want to look too young. I’m outgrowing stores like Rue 21 and looking more toward H&M. I am shooting for sophistication, class, and fashion. Ladies, don’t be afraid to wear makeup. Here at PMA, a little bit goes a long way. It’s ok to be sexy but do it with elegance. It is all in the way that you present yourself. My favorite stores that represent womanhood are JC Penney, Dillard’s, T.J. Maxx, Kohl’s, Marshall’s, and Forever 21. Cardigans look great with flats, skinny belts look pretty with scarves, and blazers are now a staple. For sophisticated style inspiration I look at Kerry Washington, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Ms. Victoria Beckham. As always keep it fancy and keep it fashion.
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Jenne’ Richardson is from Little Rock, Arkansas but enjoys fashion from all over the world. She enjoys making fashion statements with her eclectic pieces and is always changing her hairstyles. All of her friends consider her the go-to guru when it comes to putting a look together. Jenne’ considers herself to be a fashionologist, because she believes fashion represents your personality. As a Psychology major from PhilanderSmith College, Jenne’ likes to explore what fashion does to the soul. Her motto is: “Style always gives the first impression”. Follow Jenne via Twitter@Shoeicide25.