Getting Older

Flaunt your Uniqueness

I’ve never really understood the desire for sameness.  Uniformity.  It’s a global trend.  The got-to-have latest fads and fashions, but we are all born different, so just be yourself.  Flaunt your uniqueness.

They fit in 1999, I don’t understand why they don’t fit now.😡

As a teenager, you want to blend in and be a part of the crowd, not stand out from it but, we are all unique.  I am relieved to have reached the age when I no longer feel I have to make a fashion statement.

My wardrobe consists of what I can get into on the day, but how I look will always be a reflection of who I am.

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The thought of dying the colour of my underarm hair would never cross my mind. As, as for shaving, you know, down there, actually makes my straight hair curl.  Bikini line, maybe, but I don’t have any bikinis anymore.

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Teetering around on heels all day?  No way.  I have a choice and I say,

“no thank you, that’s not who I am.  I prefer to run around in flatties all day.’

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What you wear is a reflection of who you are – embrace it.  PS Me at my unique best, after two weeks in the sun and two-thirds of the way through a glass of wine 😉

We are all born unique, and we should embrace our uniqueness.

“Good style – regardless of fads – means the thing that suits your body.”

Natalie Dormer. 

1 reply »

  1. Shaving pubic hair: Yikes! don’t want to lose any vital bits! Absolutely agree with go your own way, though I am sporting one look that may be trending among women of “a certain age”: Two-toned hair, the result of root touch-up color from a box that differs somewhat from your usual salon shade.

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