Stretch Marks are the New Plus Size
Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed a movement to include a variety of body types in advertising.
The source of much frustration, much money spent, lessons learned and yet I still don’t know how to dress my lower half.
These subtle messages add up. It’s the micro-messages that we need to watch for.
My son is ten. He’s still gorgeous (no, really, I’m totally not biased). I still love dressing and styling him. The problem is, he hates it.
Simply put, a capsule wardrobe is a closet built from basic pieces with an underlying emphasis on “mix and match-ability.”
Those holey, stained cotton briefs, that pilled bra with the spent elastic you’re spilling out of — that is the equivalent of impostor syndrome.
The move has been brought on by consumer feedback.
Moms are active practically every minute of the day and it’s no wonder, given the word “Mom” is a noun AND a verb! So we need clothes that move!