Hello, Darkness–My Old Friend
With the holidays here, people feel the need to celebrate and throw ravishing parties and dinners and such. People have now busied themselves with turkey dinners for 20, decorating their houses to mirror-image something they saw in Good Housekeeping, and spending endless hours in department stores or online trying to find that “perfect” gift for the people they love or live with. As if this weren’t enough, they also need to look divine for whatever event they have planned. I, for one, am not a fan of women’s suits or whatever. Class, though important, should not be boring. Find it in the simpler things, and perhaps less expensive.
Whatever your style may be–beit mini with the top ruffled or ruffled completely or strapless black and long–just make sure it isn’t too much. You may not like to accept this fact, but simplicity is golden. Forget the immense gatherings that are at all the wrong places. Kill the clusters of gold anything. Just keep things light and simple.
You can go ahead and disregard this as being so obvious. We’ll see how obvious it is come Prom and half the kids there look nauseating, confused, and lost–and not as a result from other, sketchier things.