Earlier in my career, I was more likely to abide by fashion "rules" without really questioning them—avoid bright colors in the fall, don't mix black and brown, go for all-black to look unequivocally chic (it's amazing how many are color-related!). But as I've gotten older, I've also become more confident in my fashion choices—and have created some of my own rules along the way: Do wear white in winter, wear whatever style of jean you feel most confident in, have a signature clothing item, and add a bold, bright bag to punch-up monotones.
Colors of the Season
I have a hard time revisiting fashion trends that were less than flattering the first time around. My mom feels similarly, which explains her aversion to flowy, flowered dresses like the ones she rocked when she was a hippie. I was around when plaid was a thing in the '90s, ...read more