It’s the last day of Style Rehab week here on Thriftshop Chic. Take a look back at how you can use fashion as a fun tool to help you feel your awesomest, to see my fall wardrobe adjustments, and to find out how to build a capsule wardrobe for kids.
First, a BIG thanks to Janice Riggs over at The Vivienne Files for adding me to her blog roll, and a big welcome to Vivienne readers! Glad you’re here.
On Monday I wrote about how not caring about style, or not having fashion skills, does not really matter in the grand scheme of things. I also sounded off on how folks say that “putting yourself together” is a means of self-care, mostly because I think our culture emphasizes looking good at the expense of prioritizing care for our emotional/social/physiological/spiritual selves. We’ve all had moments where a nice outfit and a put-together face was masking some real inner turmoil that might’ve benefited from seeing the light of day and being attended to.
But here’s a different take on it from one of my regular reads:
Dress Up, Every Day on Une Femme d’un Certain Age
What do you think? Scroll down to add your 2 cents.