Women between the ages of 30 and 45 still want to look stylish and fun yet sophisticated and not slutty. Why is it that I cannot seem to find a middle of the road priced stores that sell normal sized clothes for someone who wants the above?
Most of my shopping trips involve walking into store that’s either a little too young for me – shorts jumpsuits and reaching around back to the hanger in the pack that is gaping because it is such a “huge” size. Or a little too old for me – cut too roomy, too high on the waist or too much elastic in general.
If I find something gorgeous, it is usually priced gorgeously. Or things that I think look so fabulous – like shift dresses, or blousey tops – look not right at all on my curves. It’s a dilemma, I tell you.
I must tell you that I am both fashionably and make-uply retarded – though I think I’ve mentioned that before. How to wear a scarf, layering and accessorizing? Really? I can barely match my pants to my shirt. I like dresses because then there is no matching at all – except trying to find the right shoes. Sigh.
So I sent an e-mail to a personal shopping company today to get more information about their services – well, frankly, to get more information about their prices. Doesn’t help to use the clothing budget to pay someone to tell me what to wear when I can’t afford to buy it any longer.
Apparently they also offer life consulting too. I wonder if I need that? How do you know if you do.
October 18th, 2012 Extra-Ordinary: I do many things well, yet shopping not so much. No, I just get a bad case of mall disease and want to come home.