Mom’s Style Do’s and Don’ts
“People can tell a lot about you by the shoes you’re wearing.”
Boston: Oh, yeah. Scuffed shoes, shoes with chewed-up heels, shoes that have never seen a shoe tree: They all say that you don’t
care as much as you should about life’s overall details.
London: True. Shoes are a symbolic accessory―much more so than jewelry or sunglasses.
Mills: Actually, people can tell more about you when they see how you treat a waitress.
“Always check your backside in the mirror before you head out.”
Bennett: That’s a good one. After all, your rear view is 50 percent of what people see. That’s a large percentage!
Lyons: Absolutely. I wish more people did that. Women, check your panty lines.
Lloyd: Smart. Yes, I completely agree that it is wise to check what’s going on back there. Everything that you care about showing or not showing from the front deserves the same amount of attention from the back.
When it comes to the do’s and don’ts, you’ve got lots of questions. Here, solutions for making the season merry and bright.