I was raised to the mantra it isn't what you wear it is how you wear it! People say it is easy to look nice in pretty dresses.
The question is, does the woman make the clothes? Or do the clothes make the woman? With the brazen confidence that only a red head can show, here I am in my raincoat :)
It's a 1940's WW2 utility style raincoat with huge pockets, a fabric belt and enough buttons to give Cadbury's a run for their money. The colour is a beautiful deep British racing green.
I really don't mind what other people wear as long as they feel good when they wear it, and that is the essence of it. It is about being yourself and accepting people as they are, it is also about not making assumptions based on people's appearance.
It is about trying to think the best of people and not judging them or jumping to conclusions. It is just about letting people be themselves :) and accepting them as they are. How many people make decisions based on fear? They decide they will not get to know someone in case they are rejected, so they reject the other person first. Who wants a life lived in fear?
If your inner beauty and personality radiates in your smile and twinkles in your eye then you can do anything, let alone wear absolutely anything!
God damn I make a raincoat look mighty fine ;) ........
Coat: Tara Starlet Forties Coat in Bottle Green
“Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it.”
—Yves Saint Laurent
Photos: Marvellous Marv the Hardware Hippo and Best Friend in the Universe
Seeing as I am dressed for it.............There really is only one song that I could choose
It's Raining Men
Merv and Marv Dance Anthem!
God bless Mother Nature she's a single woman too ;)