FALLS’ FAHION MANUAL (CHAPTER 1)
In the colder months of the year (fall or winter), is when we see the most colds, flu’s, fevers, etc; well they can be caused by many different things, but sometimes, especially with girls or women, it is because of our clothing. Now, you may be shocked that I said that, I don’t mean your fabric or material…. I mean how you wear them.
For example, when I go to school in the morning, I always walk out the door with a pair of boots (ankle or calf) or a jacket/coat (thin pea-coat, trench, etc.), but always carry my actual shoe of the day with me. This may seem like you have to carry too much, but I change the boots into my Shoe of the Day, when I get to school. You see, in the colder months its best to keep the limbs warm and closed. Sickness, in the colder months starts at the feet. You don’t want to be wearing flip-flops out in the morning, right???
If your feet or limbs (legs) are too exposed… they get chilled, resulting in you getting a cold. Your body is trying to tell you something when you’re sick. Disease/sickness is your friend not your enemy, it is nature way of telling you that you have to do something about your health and wellness. If you get a cold, flu, or fever… do some things that boost your immune system (see suggestions). This will always keep you from getting sick, unnecessarily.
Main foods that boost the immune system:
Some other fashionable things you can do are wear leggings. They are not only stylish, modest, and tasteful. They care comfortable, healthful, and within your means of price. They don’t cost a fortune; ranging from $2-$10…depending on where you get them. I like to get mine from Wal-Mart, JcPenny’s, or Forever 21. If you are a woman, aging gracefully and beautifully, then stores like Forever 21 or Charlotte Russe, are not your type of stores; Try stores like Macy’s or JcPenny’s (like mentioned).
LESSON OF THE DAY:
1) Clothe Much for the colder days
2) Invest in leggings
3) Boost your Immune System
4) Wear healthful and warming clothing in the morning