Recently some blogger friends, Cheila (Pink for Days) and and Arundhati (Travelling Diary of a Dippy-Dotty Girl) and myself were talking about jewelry. We decided to each post our collection and check out each other’s goodies. I’d like to invite you into the conversation. I’ve never been able to categorize my style. I have tried
What elevates a lady’s mood and her height? High heels. Today, I’m giving you a peak into some of the beauties in my closet.
Here’s a look at my vintage handbag collection and how I style them. They are a pretty bunch.
No one wants their home to be boring and predictable, but how do you speak your coolness to the world without going broke doing it? Shopping vintage. If you’re unsure how to step into a thrift store, take my hand now.
I’d like to start a series of highlighting some of my favorite things around my home. I hope that it might inspire you to see beauty in the old, to re-imagine what you already have or find, to motivate you to make your home more beautiful, and to show you how to do it rather inexpensively.
The Streets Are Alive I’ve pushed myself further still. I got to this street yesterday evening which seemed just a step too far, or, should I say, a street too far? I’ve come to feel that streets have personalities. They have moods. This is a neighborhood built in the 1970s; these streets are not empty
One of my favorite things about putting an outfit together is creating something that is uniquely mine. I love to have fun with clothes. That’s the point of us not all walking around in uniforms, right? So, if we’ve decided as a society that clothes should be a reflection, then I plan on running
I have loved velvet all of my life. When I was a teenager, my super cool cousin with all the super cool clothes, got a shirt in black velvet. Knowing how my family was struggling financially at the time, I dared not ask to have this dream of owning something, anything in velvet, fulfilled. I