It is hard to understand how women could forego their pretty dresses for holes and more holes?????? When the trend first started there was only one hole on the knee or back, but now there more holes than fabric.
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And never forget – A Smile Changes Everything!
Holes and more holes are all over the most popular garment in the world – our jeans. And the way things are going, one day there will only be little bits of fabric holding the holes together.
Years ago this look caught on and then faded away but now it is back with a vengeance. From designers to mass market brands, jeans are full of tears and holes and the biggest rips get the highest prices – which makes me wonder – if I wanted to wear ripped jeans why could I not rip them myself and save some money?
But being over 60 ripped jeans won’t do anything for me. The appeal the young find in the holes – I think it is sex appeal – might give the wrong image for us more mature women.
While my friend Marie, well over 60, was visiting me, she wore a pair of ripped and torn jeans. At one moment during the evening Betty, another friend took me aside and asked with empathy in her voice, “Doesn’t Marie own a decent pair of jeans? These look so sloppy.”
Jeans are here to stay. If you are a child or 100 years old. but the fads applied to them might not be something to follow after 60.
And Never forget – A Smile changes Everything!
……..belong to the Young and Restless!
Visiting my bank yesterday a lady came up to Michelle’s desk, the bank clerk who took care of me and said, “Sorry to interrupt, just wanted to wish you a Happy Easter.”
While we chit chatted I looked at the lady. She was about sixty, of medium height. She wore a bulky sweater which, even for her not slim silhouette, was much too large, and a pair of jeans with more rips and holes than was flattering for her legs.
I don’t know if she didn’t feel comfortable in her jeans, or if she had noticed me looking at her, but she suddenly said, ” I’m going out to buy some clothes now” and before I could stop myself I said laughingly, “You might need some.”
No, she wasn’t offended, she was a good sport and pointing to her jeans explained, “I just wanted to be a fashionista.”
And getting out my book Getting Over Growing Older I made another sale.
And always remember …a smile changes everything.