Just say no to sweatpants, put down the polar fleece, and back slowly away from the mom jeans.
There are all sorts of fallacies floating around out there about the fashion world, perhaps the biggest of which is that fashion is somehow at odds with being a fully-realised, intelligent human being. Or that it's not for a woman of a certain age. Or that it's not "real" art. Or that by enjoying fashion you are a shallow person, a vain person, or just a person who is not to be taken seriously. This, as they say where I come from, is bull crap.
Sure, fashion isn't brain surgery, but it's not trying to be. But it is it's own ever-evolving discipline, and there is inherent value in that. Among other things, fashion can push boundaries and challenge you to step outside of the familiar. Fashion can not only expand your wardrobe possibilities, but enhance your creativity and your confidence.
Besides, everyone deserves to feel the caress of a fabulous new pair of lusted-after shoes, even if there is a high probability that you may step out your front door and into a freshly-minted collection of sheep droppings.
The (rather stubborn) opinions expressed on this blog are my own.
I do accept certain select products for the purpose of review, but any recommendations I make are products and services that I myself have selected to showcase because they are interesting to me and (hopefully) to my readers.
Links to my Etsy shop will take you to...wait for it.....Etsy. Anything you see for sale there was handmade by me.
Photos that are not attributed to or linked to another site will have been taken by me and are the artistic property of HighlandFashionista.com. If you want to use any of my photos, feel free, but I do ask that you give credit and provide a link back to this blog.