Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
 
 
 

Momma probably knows best

May 25, 2011 - Taste Buds
THE BUDS absolutely love to act their ages when it comes to their wardrobes. No mini-skirts or hot pants hang in the closets of these two classy chicks. They don't even have mid-drift baring tops in their dresser drawers. No, we think there are certain things that shouldn't be put on display for the whole world to see including our belly buttons. (Well, that is unless one of us is near water and wearing a bikini but only if because she has the shape to rock said bikini!) Itás all about being age appropriate although times have changed and it is really ok for a woman in her 40s to have long hair and to actually rock a pair of fashionable heels. Yet, seeing a 60-year-old grandmother in fish net hosiery, a mega-short black leather skirt and skimpy halter top does not paint a pretty picture, if you know what we mean. With warmer weather arriving, we think it's the perfect time to lay down the law on summer attire for both women and men. So, here we go: -- Absolutely nothing "tarty" for any woman of any age. "Mutton should not be dressed as lamb" is the quote we like to go with here. -- No "lady of the night" makeup. And forget those three-inch fake eyelashes. Four-inch fingernails are out too. Less is more! -- Plaid shorts and stripped tanks do not, under any circumstance, match! There are many other fashion combinations that should be forbidden and we are sure you know what they are! If it looks like something an 18-month-old put together ... don't wear it. -- And, of course, the number one rule is that there are really no rules! So, we suggest just wearing what is comfortable but make sure your mother would approve -- because Momma probably does know best!

 
 

Article Comments

No comments posted for this article.
 
 

Post a Comment

You must first login before you can comment.

*Your email address:
*Password:
Remember my email address.
or
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web