Real style is ageless. So why shouldn’t the next generation take their cues from us? Five mother-daughter duos prove that when it comes to fashion, everything is relative.
THEIR STYLE: GLAM
JUDY LICHT, 55, COHOST, FULL FRONTAL FASHION (WE NETWORK) "All those years as a newswoman forced me to stick with a classic style. Now that I’m immersed in the world of fashion, I get to have a little fun — designer labels, serious accessories. Recently I lost some weight, and for the first time, I’m Jessie’s size. So after years of her borrowing my clothes, I’m borrowing some of hers. Turnabout is fair play!"
On Judy: BCBG sweater ($218). Lutz & Patmos shirt ($285). Theory wool pencil skirt ($175). All jewelry, her own.
JESSIE DELLA FEMINA, 20, STUDENT (UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA) "I steal clothes from my mom all the time. I spent 13 years at a school where I had to wear a uniform, and perhaps in reaction to that, I designed my own clothing line that was very bright, bohemian, and revealing. Now I’m back to the classics, and even when I go glam, I’m all about comfort. This outfit with gold leather flip-flops would be just right."
On Jessie: BCBG cardigan ($218). Lutz & Patmos top ($265). Her own Donna Karan jacket, vintage Donna Karan belt, and Danskin leggings. Stephen Dweck ring.