Even though I’m a mom, I don’t want to dress LIKE A MOM. I know many of you feel that way too. I just recently had a Style Session with someone who specifically mentioned not wanting to look like a mom.
And I felt that. I totally got it. If you’re a mother, I’m sure you do too.
But what does that MEAN? Looking or dressing “like a mom”. This is what I asked my client. What does that mean to you? If you had to close your eyes and picture someone who is dressed like a mom and describe it to me, what would you say?
This is me smiling, happy, WANTING to take a selfie of me in my winter jacket, for the first time ever in my life. I’ve been various levels of overweight for most of my life, and it was always a struggle to find a jacket to get me through New York winters that was comfortable, had the right fit, and looked cute.