I was just discussing this question with the girls over the weekend: ‘Do you think women dress up for men or other women?’ It just seems that any criticism a woman might receive on attire is from a another woman or a man totally not into women at all. Surely, your value is not graded by your material worth but by character? Right? Are men seriously attracted to the over-glamored woman, a woman with perfect hair, dramatized nails, labels, and other enhancements? Or do women include these ‘add-ons ‘just so the next woman can feel as though she lacks? A competitive spirit ups the ante? Or is the glamour a sign of high self-monitoring?
I, then, proposed this question to men. And the census is … a woman who wears “classy, confidence, and an original personality” wins every time.(Tell me anything, guys.)
As for myself, I have a hair thing. I love changing my hair a whole lot … wigs, weaves, straight, natural curl pattern … whatever … it’s all good to me. I like to look different all the time, and they’re all me: Many Faces of Ngo! lol.
What do you think about our discussion question?
On another note, I’d like to introduce Bessi by Carlos Zuniga. A young, shoe designer and entrepreneur who named his collection after his grandmother. He designed with HER in mind. Watch the clip. You’ll see what I mean.