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But when calling in clothes for Stacy, that mentality didn’t feel right.
I wanted her Man Repeller “makeover” to do something she and I spoke about the third time we met: peel away that which felt like the old her, or the television version of her, or whatever people project her, to show a completely different side. Meanwhile, I wanted to flex the same transformative ideology she taught me long ago, that clothes can brighten someone who already shines. We talked about this a ton on set: How does your perception of your age and the changes that come with it dictate what you wear or don’t wear?
I mean, I’m not counting myself out here, but I want to savor age and experience, not waste my time trying to hold on to what I looked like at 30. I wear suits when I want to look sharp and powerful. This is where I’m at now and I want to honor it.(Also, since my spine surgery five months ago, I’ve been wearing a brace. The answer is that I didn’t know it was a requirement. That could be a suit or something sparkly, depends on the day. The word is tricky and beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right?For example, a perfect black suit that can be worn with a white shirt and sneakers works just as well for an evening event with a sequin tank and high heels. I tend to stay away from anything too avant-garde, not because I don’t love certain things but because I know my body well enough to know what will look comical on it. The power in using style to be authentic affords you all sorts of wonderful opportunities. You want pieces that have a certain amount of flexibility until you fully realize your next stage of style development. For example, a lot of the big, HUGE ruffles we are seeing right now just don’t suit me. What’s one piece of advice you wish you could tell your “younger” self now? )I would like to tell my 39-year-old self that spending the year worrying about turning 40 was a complete waste. We (Oath) and our partners need your consent to access your device, set cookies, and use your data, including your location, to understand your interests, provide relevant ads and measure their effectiveness.Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.
Second, during the last season of , my body ached all the time. It wasn’t until a year after the show ended that I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis.