Are you a momshell? Do you want to be a momshell? For me, being a momshell sounds pretty good, as long as it is other adults, men or women, I'm not picky, who are saying "Wow, that Mrs. Under the Influence is a real momshell." However, as a mom to three boys, I get a little weirded out when I think about IF any of their friends would talk about me that way. It really weirds me out if their friends are talking about me in that way now being that my boys are 11, 9 and 5! I am thinking more into the future, when they are teenagers. What would I do if I overheard one of their friends saying I'm a "hot mama" or "she has a nice rack" or something similar? (I should clarify, I have a lot of
I'm totally happy not wearing mom jeans. In fact, if you ever see me in mom jeans, please knock me out and steal my pants. I like to look modern and trendy, though I don't always manage it. I think What Not to Wear should occasionally focus on people like me - women who have it together most of the time but struggle with shopping and what looks good on me. Women who need that extra "oomph" to take them from "does pretty good" to "vavava-voom". Oh, and the $5,000 helps quite a bit, too.
I don't really do frumpy, at least not on purpose, though there are times when I feel very frumpy. On those days, I color my hair, buy some new lipstick or paint my toenails. OR, I crawl on the couch, under a blanket and don't surface until I am forced to. If that could be the definition of "momshell," I've got it made.