It’s often seen as embellishment. The extra. The fluff. It isn’t.
It is a life-saving force.
Owning our beauty, particularly as we age, in conscious ways is a practice not a price tag. Our garments, adornments, and style are the calling card of our soul, the message we amplify to the world: we are worthy of being seen in every iteration.
Beauty is not an age, a size, a socioeconomic bracket, nor a designer label.
Beauty is a political act. Awakening to beauty enlivens the soul.