Yeah well, I didn't say I never gave it any thought. I grew up with three sisters and a mother. My mom was/is awesome at coordinating outfits. She made all our clothes for a long time. So I got taken into fabric stores, looking at and picking out fabric and patterns - which I have to admit I liked doing. I like color and texture and lines...and when something fits right and feels right - it's fun to wear.
But I'm a very visual person. I look at something and immediately - I think either, 'Yeah, that's good - or no - that's all wrong.'
There's almost no thought involved.
And you can never go wrong with a good, classic, black dress. You can't.
It's just the accoutrements you have to figure out. For me, they'd be different than for someone else. I can only say what someone who looks like me might do - if someone has long, tan legs and they don't have to wear pantyhose - lucky them!
My daughter's like that - I can only look on in envy.
The virago feminists do. They consider it a form of pleading and whining.
if you have to wear clothes, you may as well wear clothes you feel good in.
What do you think they're expressing with the way they dress?
How do they dress, anyway? What would a virago feminist wear to a formal wedding?