Longer post here, hoping you can hang in.
When you live in Upstate New York and dress beautiful women in beautiful clothing, it helps to have a second skin. In so many ways. And, thinking that no matter where you live or what you do, it probably helps to have a second skin.
For two daughters’ lacrosse game, 7th grader at catholic school versus 8th grader at independent, had to pull out the long down ski jacket with fur hood. Heck, it’s May 13th, had on the ski wear and still had to retreat to the car to keep warm.
Underneath it all had on a second skin top, Rag & Bone jeans, love those things, and grounded it with Jimmy Choo biker boots, love those too, have two pair now and want a third, and Jerome Dreyfuss bag that matched the coat.
Having a second skin, literally and figuratively, helps protect you from life’s up and downs, give and takes, when you sell yourself, the product you believe in, or just basically need to bear with the elements.
Every day dress believes that to have a second skin is a very good thing. I was wearing:
Parajumpers Winter Equipment Masterpiece Series Jacket
Worth New York Summer 2013 |Navy Scoop Neck 3/4 Sleeve Elongated Tee
Rag & Bone Gun Metal Jean
Jimmy Choo Youth Biker Boot
Jerome Dreyfuss Carloss Bag
A favorite client asked about wearing a full sleeve high neck lace dress she purchased in November for a black tie event this past weekend in the month of May; reply? Yes, of course, it seems now that fashion knows no season, ski wear in the month of May is working.
Here’s the footnote: work in fashion, work from home, work flexible hours, work with beautiful women, hey, all women are beautiful, right? Have a second skin? Want or need a second skin, literally or figuratively? Email me here, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Monday everyone. Every day dress wishing everyone out there to have a second skin. It’s not always easy but so worth it.
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