Lucky, majority of the "everyday" female mentioned was in their 20s. Besides Fergie, the celebrity on the cover which is in her mid-30s, there was only one other mentioned of a 31 old photographer, Eileen Peters. And since Fergie is a celebrity, I wouldn't count her as "everyday". All other features, such as "Office Spy", "Four girls, One Blouse" and the "Lucky Girl" were all females in their 20s.
|Lucky June 2011, pp14, 16|
|Lucky June 2011, pp26, 86|
Are we being forgotten in the mist of society's trends? We're not there in our mid-life arena, but we're definitely more "worldly" than when we're in our 20s. So where do we fall in terms of style? Or is it simply that I graduated from Lucky, and just continue on with my InStyle or Glamour? Possibly that was the appeal of Lucky when I was in my 20s. Now, it's time to move on, so my 30s won't be forgotten or misguided.