Fashion tends to be circular, what was once old is new again. But what if you, like Doe Deere, want to embrace what never was fashionable? Doe is the quirky sidekick you want to meet for coffee, and as soon as you arrive you would feel frumpy and plain no matter what you were wearing. She is full of sparkling fashionista advice that she wears on her lime green sleeve. She wants the best from everyone, calling her own mother a babe. Doe is your go to woman if you need to know what color of shirt most matches your newly dyed teal hair: Marigold Yellow. Doe knows.
While marching to the beat of a different drummer, wearing fun socks and peep toe heels of course, Doe Deere speaks her own language. Grandma Chic. Makeup for Unicorns. She makes you want to join this “be yourself” movement of stripes and plaids, bold lips and eyes, there seems no rule that isn’t better off being broken by Doe. Color coordination is more than matching your shoes to your purse. It brings together your hair, makeup and outfit, with or without matching shoes. This article takes the pressure off of the rules. Sometimes it seems easier to wear black, until one day you realize that it is the main staple of your wardrobe. Let all that out the window, rules are made to be broken.
Self-Made magazine named Doe Deere as one of the top inspiring female entrepreneurs. Doe Deere is a Russian born, and always evolving. She reads books. She thanks her husband for teamwork, that partnership evolved too, as they were once in a rock band together. Doe reminds us that if we love it, we should wear it, whether it is sparkly miniskirts or evening gowns while checking off your grocery list. Tidy and neutral is rule of the past.