You know that woman who always looks put together that you want to be like but you're much, much too lazy to put in the effort? You kinda admire her and kinda hate her at the same time. Because seriously, how can one conquer the need to be comfortable and warm for the sake of fashion? And why would anyone want to? So seriously, why am I kind of envious of women who do? It doesn't even make sense.
Because we all want to be something we're not.
At least temporarily. Like playing dress up. There's something about trying out a different look that brings out something different in your personality. As much as I wish it weren't true that clothes affect what you think and therefore, what you project, they do. And as much as I want to be put together, that would be a lie. I'm not together at all. And in addition, I'm no slave to fashion.
I'm a slave to comfort.
And, if I'm being perfectly honest, to laziness. So I'm not going to iron a shirt, style my hair or wear the pretty, but itchy underwear I bought for some unknown reason that only crowds my drawer and makes it harder to find my comfy cotton underwear. I'm also not going to wear a head band, red lipstick, straight black hair, high heels or skinny jeans. Again. Really, what the hell was I thinking the first time? Because times things that look chic on other women, are destined to make you look ridiculous. Especially when you walk like a trucker in heels.
That's how woman envy works.
We get so caught up in how we don't look like Jessica Alba. This might explain the with the head band, lipstick, straight dark hair, high heels and skinny jean trials. But in my woman envy, I'd forgotten what truly matters. Substance. And honestly, what's important is that Jessica Alba's Honest brand sunscreen honestly doesn't work. Maybe she's just trying to sabotage all the other women she's envious of. Cause maybe all she wants is just to be comfortable in her own skin.