My mother’s style has always been very conservative. She was never one to show too much skin or skirts above her knees. I guess you could say that’s where the foundation of my style started. But as I grew older, I wanted to dress with a bit of a sexier. I believe we all go through a phase when we thought “if it isn’t tight, it ain’t right.”
The tighter the fit, the sexier we believed we looked. But does snug clothing really define your sexiness? Let me be the first to say; it does not! You don’t need to have your ass out to look or feel sexy. My father used to tell me, “Leave something to his imagination, that’ll make him work to inquire what’s underneath.” Anything worth having is worth pursuing, right? I’m so glad I listened to my father advice. – (insert my husband is amazing).
Thanks to my parents, my sense of style is conservative with a kick of edge, and my reputation is held with a high regard. Remember, how people perceive you publicly are how they will talk about you privately. But don’t think Momma can’t dress “hot and steamy” when she wants too. Don’t let the kids fool you.
(Jacket, Shoes, Pants & Purse – Thrifted / Tank – Target / Hat – Popsugar Must Have Box)
So what’s the moral of this post?
Your sense of style is a direct reflection of you! How people perceive you publicly are how they will talk about your privately