I never tire of clothes that were love at first sight.
To be memorable you need a uniform….
I should do this more often. Just leave the office for an espresso, sit down, and dream.
Hat: Lola MillineryGlasses: L.A. EyeworksPom Pom Earrings: L’Arte Per Inciso (www.esty.com)Sweater: Lars AnderssonSocks: AntipastBand-Aid: “Beach Sport” Band-Aid by Cynthia Rowley
Don’t get hung up on wearing a short vest over a long tee-shirt. It works as long as you play with the textures. (By the way, I’m sick of shopping my winter closet.)
In homage to my great grandmother who also wore knee socks with her skirts (while milking the cows).
T.S. Eliot could not have been thinking “accessories” when he wrote “April is the cruellest month.” April is when showboating fluorescent argyle socks, a cap, and driving gloves is an absolute blast.
If you insist upon being conventional, you will never ruffle any feathers but you won’t get to laugh at yourself. And that would be a pity.
I spent hours styling my Barbie doll to find “her look.” Since none of her outfits came with a newsboy cap or floral knee socks, I gave up on Barbie and focused more on Ken’s penchant for accessories. I do adore hats and socks.
Last night I had a dream: White ankle socks and black suede heels. White socks usually mean shuffle board unless you’re being ironic.
She’s voluptuous. Curvy. Luscious in knits.
And terrified of shopping.
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