|My photographer said something that really tickled me. I couldn't stop laughing.|
Jacket: Mossimo - Target
Jeggings JMS (my favorite inexpensive jeans)
Shoes: Pencey Leopard Booties
|I was laughing so hard that Harry decided he needed to check what was going on.|
"A homemaker often makes the mistake of thinking she does not have to look her best when doing her daily chores. Actually, ill-fitting clothes lower her morale and make her less able to cope with every day trials. That doesn't mean she has to dress up, but it does mean she should look neat and trim. If you look well and feel comfortable in slacks or shorts, wear them when working in the home. But be sure you look well in them and that they fit properly. A simple shirtwaist dress or wrap-around with flared or pleated skirt will present a much more attractive appearance and be just as comfortable as pants. For evenings at home a simple dress is always in good taste. But dress up a bit if you wish. It adds a touch of gaiety and elegance to a family gathering."Whoa! Have times changed! For those of you old enough to remember the "Leave it to Beaver" show, June Cleaver was the epitome of the above quotation; always immaculate in a pretty dress and pearls. Our society has certainly become much more casual in the way we dress, at least in my part of the world. I don't think that wearing a dress will automatically make you less able to cope with every day trials as suggested above. Unless of course, you are rich enough to afford help for the household chores like cleaning floors and toilets, in which case I guess a dress would work well. Do you wear nice clothing to clean your house?