Yesterday I had this same dress on with a jacket, so sometimes in my mind I play these games where I say, â€˜What can I do with this today?â€™ So I just put this shirt on today. I love fashion. I do wardrobing for some people. My daughter probably inspires me, because when she was younger I would pick her up [from school] and she would say to me, â€˜Please donâ€™t come in there looking all â€œbank-ishâ€™. So now I donâ€™t have a problem putting things together to make them work. My thing is, if you put it on you should own it, wear it. I think a lot of times we buy fashion, and we get those big names, and put them on, but we donâ€™t â€œown it.â€ So I always say, you canâ€™t buy style â€“ the style is you. I like vintage and I like consignment. This jacket is probably at least 18 years old â€“ itâ€™s a Donna Karan that I got at Macyâ€™s, and argued with myself the whole time when I was paying for it. I got these earrings at T.J. Maxx at least 20 years ago, and the shoes are distressed and I got the scuff on them, which I like. So for the 60 year olds I kind of have to represent.