Welcome To Ashro, where a lady dresses like a lady and there is no such thing as too matchy-matchy.
Whatever you're planning to wear to your company Christmas party is nowhere near as good as this. A red suit is clearly what your life has been lacking. Don't like this one?
Try one like this instead.
Or perhaps emerald green is more your thing.
It goes on like this for pages and pages and pages! After a while, you start wearing down — believing that, yes, what you need to be wearing is a fancy skirt suit and a hat.
An elegant black ensemble is probably what I'd choose. No word on whether it comes with Jeeves, to help you out of cars.
All-over floral worries me. And I am, admittedly, a magpie maximalist: I like sequins and flowers and rhinestones and doodads. But I fear that wearing something like this would make me look like the new Von Trapp nanny who's gotten into the curtains. Or wallpaper.
Statuesque posture, unshakable confidence: Required; not included.
Sometimes overtly "feminine" fashion — adorned with flower blooms or buds and other veiled vaginal references — can be delicate, demure… almost weak. This, for some reason, reads "strength." …And "vulva-esque."
Did I mention that Ashro has a wig section?
Man, I love that the wigs come in gray. That means that somewhere out there, some sassy grandma is wearing this sassy cut.
So, here's why I have the Ashro catalog: I once ordered a caftan. To blog from home in. Feels slightly more appropriate than pajamas when the UPS guy shows up.
I can't vouch for the "approrpriate-ness" of the other casual wear Ashro offers, however…
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