Well now, that was a fun weekend. Massively fun party at ours, a Rooftop Concert featuring talented band the Head Clowns, made for a busy two days. More on those concerts in another post. For now, let's just say it makes Monday a bit harder (and us a bit more tired) than usual.
Here's another thought that makes my Monday feel blue. Or me feel irritable, more accurately. My favorite Refinery 29 posted this article last week and it was something about dressing for your age.
Look at this cover picture...
|Photo credit: Refinery 29|
Why does it end at the 40s? After reading into the article, I did see that it did extend into the 50s and even the 60s. But shoot, the cover just depressed me.
I do agree with what the article says about dressing your age in the 40s:
You're on top of your game in most aspects of life. You get yourself, and you get your wardrobe. Confidence is key, and after (many) ups and downs in your 20s and 30s, you finally feel comfortable enough in your own skin to wear what you want.
I think I was starting to feel that way in my 30s, which was why I wasn't sure about turning 40, but hey I really can't complain now that I'm living it.