Books by Glenda Young

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Shape shifting

If, like me, you don't often wear a dress, then it's hard to know what suits and what will fit and look nice.  So all you do is go into a shop, pick something off the rail that looks pretty and is about the right size and then you try it on.
And that's when you realise that dresses are made for teeny, tiny little women. Not women with long limbs. Not women without a waist. Not women with a bosom. Not women with hips. Not women like me.

1 comment:

Tvor said...

There are lots of perfect dresses out there, luv, maybe a shopping day in Manchester? Weed out the styles you know you don't want. Then just keep doing what you're doing, try stuff on that you think looks nice and you'll crack it.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Search This Blog