There comes a time in every woman’s life when she needs to stop shopping in the Juniors Department. If you just had your first baby and you are in your mid to late thirties, there is no time like the present. This doesn’t mean you should start dressing like an old lady, but you should wear clothes that fit. There is nothing cute about a mommy bending over to hug her kid in low-rider jeans and her thong underwear being exposed for the world to see. Not to mention, her muffin top. Under duress, I’ll admit to buying several items from Forever 21 in the past few years (or days), but they were either workout clothes or classic pieces with plenty of coverage and nothing that a tiny-bopper would ever wear. You can stop rolling your eyes now. It’s still hard to admit to buying anything at a store that sells acid wash, MC Hammer pants or an item like this (and this is coming from a lover of 90’s rap music):
If I could tweak this sweatshirt just a bit to read, “Mo Kids, Mo Problems,” I promise I would wear it to school pick up tomorrow! The biggest problem with Forever 21 is that their clothes are so damn small. I’m pretty sure if they carried an extra-large, it would be equivalent to a size 4. I think they keep their sizes small to keep out the “riff raff.”. Therefore, I think this will be my last visit to Forever 21 until they introduce their new “MAM” clothing line. MAM, which stands for Middle Aged Mom. Sizes will range from XL to XXL!