By Zara Barrie | Elite Daily ©
I feel like people always talk about how they’re either blissfully dancing their lives away in the diamond-encrusted, champagne-fueled party girl lifestyle OR that they’re self-identifying EX-party girls whose current lives consist of nothing more than a comforting myriad of house plants, husbands and flat, sensible shoes (I might have thrown up a little in my mouth regarding the latter).
But what, dear WHAT about those of us girls who are amidst the awkward and painful transition out of the party girl lifestyle?
It’s like being stuck in acne-adorned adolescence all over again: “Not a girl, but not yet a woman.”
GAG me with a spoon gently, please.
I feel there is a surplus of Generation-Y girls who have been sorely misrepresented, widely ignored and entirely left out of the party girl conversation.
What about the girls who have one platform boot in the nightclub and one pointed kitten heel in the office?