Most men don't know women have fashion do's and don'ts and if they do, they are most likely to be unaware of how these fashion rules are complicated by our image conscience nature. This largely enivronmental nature contends with our arguably acute awareness of our body shape and height. However, it is that very awareness that allows us to hold stubborn judgements on what accentuates our figure; what boosts our self-esteem and secretly, what makes us look and feel more like the women we envisage to resemble beauty. I would like to believe that no woman, young or old, would willingly allow herself to be shackled to fashion rules that accentuate her physique but not her character, because ultimately, we are all individuals with beautiful unique traits and features that undeniable make us who we are.
Her golden rule was: "I must never get lost within the vortex that is consumerism or be compromised by others in order to be someone I am not!"