Last fall women's fashion was all about menswear: over-sized, heavy textured suit pieces. But this year we’ve gone in the opposite direction. It’s all about feminine silhouettes. That means you’ll be seeing lots of skirts and dresses, dresses, and dresses. [...]
Several of you have told me that you have added a few pounds and gone up a size during the shelter-in-place. So, I thought I’d just share some practical thoughts about looking good in your clothing, regardless of the size of your budget or the size of your waist. [...]
I recently surveyed my readers to ask what they care most about in fashion. Well, that quickly became irrelevant! Now, what we care about is our health and that of our loved ones. Still, all good – and bad – things must come to an end. The war against this virus and its quarantine will eventually be over. Most of us will be ditching our sweatpants, pajamas, and sneakers and getting back into civilian clothes.[...]
Well, I’m WAY past this demographic. (I doubt the girl in this pic is even there yet.) But, my husband’s aunt had hot flashes until the day she died at 84. Clearly, endocrine fluctuations can continue long after menopause. If you’ve dealt with hot flashes you know what it suddenly means to have to strip off layers, even in the dead of winter.