|Ralph Lauren Jacket: Macys|
Chaps Leopard Blouse: Kohls
Lee Jeans: Kohls
Brown Flats: Old Navy
Bracelet: Langford Market
Necklace: Stein Mart
Hard Work Pays OffFrom dairy farm to dress designer. Some may not think that this transition makes sense, but, actually for Karina Cousineau it makes perfect sense. From practical, diligent, frugal parents she learned great skills for running her own business important to any entrepreneur.
At 53, Cousineau is the founder of Karina Dresses, "a thriving Brooklyn-based apparel company with a unique business model and rapidly expanding wholesale customer base of 65 plus stores across the United States."
Cousineau’s mother taught her many things from sewing clothing to loving hard work. “I learned that whatever you do in life, do the best you can and people will notice,” she said. She now encourages young women to do what they love and not be afraid of hard work. “I worked at a coffee shop and restaurants while building my business… often in double shifts. Success does not happen overnight. It wasn’t glamorous, but I loved the journey,” she said.
For women over 50, Cousineau believes it is important for us to explore what is in our hearts, because we can never go wrong doing just that. For us, she recommends the classic cuts with contemporary prints. She said, “At any age, this approach is appropriate.”
“Karina Dresses are so flattering and comfortable that is impossible to deny just how wonderful you feel,” she says. “And when you feel wonderful, your day is just better.” She believes that women need to love their shapes and sizes no matter what those shapes and sizes are. “How you feel transcends all you do. I support women loving their unique beauty in all sizes because love is the way…nothing can come from negative thoughts.”
Love is the way for Karina Cousineau…she believes the mission of her company is to build it based on simply loving her customers back!
Check out Karina Dresses at this link today and begin planning for the warmer weather! They advertise that they have a "dress for every-body!"
Do you plan to add dresses to your wardrobe for spring and summer??