Confident, a little sarcastic, educated & good-humoured.
(You should hear this woman talking to her toddler in public. LOL.
Once I had a guy burst out laughing when he eavesdropped on me teasing my toddler, telling him I was going to eat him for being so naughty and if I ate him, what would Mommy have to do? She’d have to make ANOTHER one and tell the new one how naughty the last one was… 😉 )
It isn’t based on anyone in particular but a whole bunch of women I have known over the years, and female & male lead characters in books I admire.
They like being neat, well-dressed (I wear white with a toddler) and may even come across a bit snobby based on my clothes (ABSOLUTELY NOT TRUE, I’m just shy), with expensive tastes (especially if I wear my trenches or other luxurious fabrics).
They might think I have a lot of money, or not much at all.
It really varies based on my outfit.
I once had someone treat me rather shabbily for a few years in a store, in the sense that she ignored me in favour of other ‘richer’ clients, sort of thought I was there only for a good deal, until I walked in with Hermès boots and a Burberry trench which she recognized and from that day on, I was her favourite visitor.
I just like shopping there, and it didn’t matter to me whether she thought I was rich or not, but it made me laugh in a kind of amused manner that people act so differently if they think you’re poor or rich.
She should have paid more attention to my attitude & mannerisms than to my clothing.
WHAT ABOUT YOU?
The entire series can be found here: Women in Clothes Style & Fashion Survey