What we have on or what we choose to wear is connected to how we feel about ourselves. The fashion of the 50’s and 60’s was such a classic time period to me! The women dressed elegantly! Capri pants, pencil skirts, the gloves, scarfs, sheath dresses! Many of those looks spilled over into the 1960’s. It was an age where women were coming into their own. Defining who they were! It was a beautiful time for fashion. The clothes were well made. Hidden zippers. Seamless, seamlines. You couldn’t tell where the seams came together! Lined dresses and skirts, which eliminated the need for a slip, although a slip was an essential part of the female wardrobe. That look today is called vintage and many of us seek out those vintage shops that carry those classic pieces that were so well made, many are still in good shape today!
We are defined by what we wear whether we feel it is fair or not. Our wardrobe generates a certain perception of who we are and what we do! Wardrobe has personality. It is so interesting to see little girls when they reach the age where they can dress themselves. I think they set the tone for what style they like and their personality. There is something about tutus and cowgirl boots that seems to transcend generations, cultures, and countries. It seems like a universal phase that all little girls go through, and they all seem to rock the look! Fashion, one of the fun things in life!
I am Lady Wisdom! A sagacious lifestyle influencer, embracing my journey! Sharing experiences along the way! Challenging dreamers! It is never too late to embrace your journey and live your dreams!