Urban Outfitters For Two

Generations: Urban Outfitters For Two

I am a huge advocate of wearing what you damn well please. No rules except the ones you make for yourself (this is a good path for women of all ages). To illustrate this point, Allie and I teamed up and selected dresses from Urban Outfitters to suit our individual preferences. Unlike my younger years: when stores often catered to specific age groups, today generations can cross the same storefront.

Urban Outfitters For Two

For our first generations post we decided on a spring/summer look with a pink and white theme.   We both adore dresses, Urban Outfitters, and new clothes, making our assignment fun.   Allie loved the June zip-front mini dress and I gravitated toward the Natalie linen belted shirt-dress.   Next we wanted to coordinate accessories, again keeping our personal style at the forefront.

Urban Outfitters For Two

Let me introduce Allie Bailey, she is our youngest son’s girlfriend and we adore her.  Generations will be a monthly post highlighting styles for every age.  I feel very fortunate to be working with Allie and also our youngest daughter Sydney.

Urban Outfitters For Two

My rules are mostly driven by a simple question, does this look good on me? I want to look my best and this means something’s don’t work.  For example, I love Allie’s dress, but it’s a bit short for my comfort without a pair of light colored leggings.  For many of us our skin texture changes as we age and does not have the same glow as before.  However, for those women my age that have fantastic legs I say go for it.

Urban Outfitters For TwoCheryl’s Outfit: Urban Outfitters Natalie linen belted shirt-dress, Jeffrey Campbell white shoe (old, cute option here), Yuzefi mini bag, J Crew earrings (sold out), options here & here, Mango sheer jacket and Maui Jim sunnies.

Allie’s Outfit: Urban Outfitters June zip-front mini dress, Converse white high top sneakers, Buffalo jean jacket (similar here), State backpack (similar here), Earrings, option here and Ray Ban sunnies, similar here.

Urban Outfitters For Two

I encourage every woman to rise above the “chains” of all those silly fashion rules.  Dressing is fun and it tells the world who you are.  Here’s an article I wrote on, “Age-Appropriate” Dressing – The New Dinosaur.

Urban Outfitters For Two

Urban Outfitters For Two

Let us know what you think – we love comments.


Shop Cheryl’s Outfit

Shop Allie’s Outfit


Until next time!

XO Cheryl & Allie

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  • Reply Patricia

    I agree. A lot of fashion rules are silly and one should dress in what suits them. Great post!

    January 28, 2019 at 9:40 am
    • Reply Mama B

      Thanks for your comment Patricia. The only rules I follow are the ones I give myself. I try to wear items that help me look my best. Have a great week. XO

      January 28, 2019 at 9:44 am
  • Reply Susan Bailey

    Both outfits look great! Two beauties!! ❤️

    January 28, 2019 at 1:29 pm
    • Reply Mama B

      Thank you Susan. It was so much fun working with Allie. I know you’re not the least bit bias! Haha XO

      January 28, 2019 at 2:04 pm
  • Reply Kim

    Great website. We love your style and spirit, Cheryl! And Allie’s too! It’s exactly what we try to follow over at NextTribe.com when we’re talking about fashion and style, where if we have any rule at all, is to #AgeBoldly! Hope to meet you in person soon! (Full disclosure: I’m Allie’s aunt and fashion editor of NextTribe!) xokim

    January 28, 2019 at 2:05 pm
    • Reply Mama B

      Thank you Kim. This blog has been a labor of love!

      January 29, 2019 at 8:33 am
  • Reply Annie Mazariegos

    Felicidades, ambos looks son adecuados para cada una, pero lo que mas me gusta es su proyecto de dos generaciones. Felicidades

    Congratulations, both looks are suitable for each one, but what I like the most is their two-generation project. Congratulations

    March 15, 2019 at 4:34 pm
    • Reply Mama B


      Thank you very much. The project has been exciting and there will be more post to follow.

      March 15, 2019 at 4:38 pm

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