Why do ad agencies continue to project the frumpy-granny stereotype? I'm a grandmother, many of my friends are grandmothers, many of their friends are grandmothers. In 2015, Grannies don't look like the commercial Granny.
We don't have faded hair, pulled back in a dowdy bun.
We don't wear windshield readers.
We don't wear a two-toned grey cardigan sweater twin set.
We don't wear long dismal grey straight skirts.
We don't wear ugly, grey loafers.
We don't sit in our woefully sad, dark, monochromatic house, on ugly furniture with heavy drapes with drawn sheers
We don't have a knitting basket on the floor and needles in our hands.