I got my tax refund yesterday, so when I was at Hancock Fabrics I decided to “splurge” on a $20 DVD- Fit for Real People! I had a busy day attending a baby shower and my daughter’s birthday party, so I only had the opportunity to watch part of it. Well, I am definitely a visual learner, because the fitting process is so much clearer to me now!! The only challenge will be making the adjustments on myself. I might ask my cousin, who is staying at my house now, to take pictures so I can look at them on my computer and see if I can find any needed adjustments.
Thank you all for your fitting observations. So many of you felt that I need a bra fitting that I am going to do just that. I have never had one before, but I believe the department stores offer this. I need a strapless and halter bra anyway, and there are no known patterns for that style of bra, so I will buy one at whatever store I get fitted at. Does anyone have any suggestions for which store? I have a Dillards and Macys in my area. I’ve heard that Victoria’s Secret doesn’t do a good job, but if you know otherwise, I’ll go there. There is a Soma store nearby, but it’s in a ritzy area and I couldn’t pass for ritzy in this lifetime, so I’d just assume avoid that option.
Coming soon: an exploration of personal style. I recently discovered the blog Male Pattern Boldness, which I really enjoy. He recently blogged about finding one’s personal style, which reminded me that I really need to find mine. I think that because I’m almost 33, I think that I should get on that soon! I’m kinda all over the place. Do I want to go bohemian? Artsy? Retro? Vampy? Preppy? Rock n roll? Urban? Glam? Or a mix of some of these? I’ll blog about each of these, and maybe that’ll help me decide. Of course, if you have a suggestion, I’d love to hear it! And that includes hair, makeup and accessories too (like start wearing some!).