Posted on October 8, 2018
Posted on October 7, 2018
This is one of my favorite times of year and invokes thoughts of apples, pumpkins, cinnamon (and nutmeg, too). Have you ever had your color analysis done? I am a cross between a warm autumn and a deep autumn. But anyone can incorporate fall colors into their wardrobe by wearing just a splash of it through accessories, statement jewelry and even makeup (okay, hair color, too). Just to mix things up a bit, I am wearing autumn colors with plaid pants. My colors are yellow gold, cinnamon and burgundy red. Which colors look best with my plaid pants? I am inclined to liking my burgundy colored leather jacket best of all. I think that jacket is quite versatile and will explore its potential later in another post. The long warm cinnamon red sweater is so cozy, comfortable and warm.
My husband and I were invited to spend the weekend at this beautiful house on Squam Lake by my amazing sister and brother-in-law. It was in honor of my sister-in-law’s birthday and she finds the most incredible places to stay.
The water is so clean, clear and refreshing, and the loons have not flown south yet. Look at the low lying clouds in the mountains.
I was able to do some kayaking and stumbled into these mergansers. They allowed us to get quite close to them.
There was some fall color emerging in places and it definitely was not peak season this weekend here although peak foliage happens in the blink of an eye and it’s over.
We went for an invigorating walk on Saturday morning. I use the word invigorating as the sun was not out and it was chilly enough to wear fleece. But it was so tranquil and remote–my two favorite descriptors any time of year and in any location. Where do you think this road might lead to? I am not telling…
What I wore:
Long burgundy duster by Tahari Women’s clothing (TJ Maxx)
Leather jacket by Leather Limited (Found at consignment shop)
Caramel jacket by Sanctuary Clothing (TJ Maxx)
Plaid pants by Carolina Belle (TJ Maxx)
Booties are by Franco Sarto (and are so comfortable)
Posted on September 29, 2018
The moto jacket–it’s not only timeless but stylish and versatile. The jacket I am wearing was purchased a couple of years ago but I have noticed it’s rebounded recently especially in a wide variety of colors. There is something about this classic style that calls to me and I admiringly appreciate the choices out there right now for this enduring fashion statement. My jacket is the original definitive black and it’s the perfect weight for this time of year. I am wearing it with both a dress and then with jeans and my jeans are the skinny distressed kind. It’s a fun look for every occasion including dressy and casual. The dress is by Anne Klein and the jacket is by Max Studio. What do you think of the moto jacket? Would you wear one and how would you wear it?
Here I am wearing it with jeans and a keyhole top which provides some much needed length to the skinny jeans. The jeans are labeled “Royalty for Me; WannaBettaButt?” And who doesn’t want that (ha!). And the top is “Roz & Ali.” The booties are Coconuts by Matisse and the style is called Winston. They booties are both extremely comfortable and stylish and the color of these is called saddle which is a classic color. I am also wearing the keyhole top with my long denim jacket that I posted about previously that I am having so much fun with.
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Posted on September 27, 2018
I tend to gravitate towards classic styles and colors interspersed with unexpected elements. Today’s post is mostly classic with a pop of red. Any color in the rainbow can be worn with this black and white striped maxi skirt which makes it such a versatile piece in my wardrobe but I have a passion for red and chose that color with this skirt. It’s actually a raspberry red. The unexpected element is the keyhole neckline of the top which provides some visual interest in this classic combination. I am wearing it with this light colored denim jacket which gives it a more casual look. A darker denim would provide a dressier look.
Posted on September 23, 2018
Hi Everyone, it’s been quite a while since my last post and today’s fashion blog is about the versatility of the long denim jacket. I was inspired to do this post by another fashion blogger who I follow called Stylin’ Granny Mama and here is the link to her wonderful blog: http://stylingrannymama.com/fashionblog/2018/9/12/fall-collaboration-with-ethyl-clothing. I found my “new without tags”denim jacket on Ebay for $20 plus $8 shipping which was an amazing bargain as these jackets are considerably more on their website www.ethylclothing.comThe material of my jacket (coat actually) is 70% cotton, 27% polyester and 3% spandex and it’s very comfortable. The jacket I am wearing is a medium and it’s 21 inches from armpit to armpit and 34 inches long.
The jacket goes well with both a dress and pants and I love the lines of the jacket with this dress. Another aspect I like about the jacket is that it allows you to wear a statement necklace for some visual interest. Here I am wearing it with a dress and then with pants. What do you think about this jacket/coat? I would be interested in your feedback. Thanks everyone for checking out my blog post. Photography credit: Doug Connor
Posted on January 11, 2018
Hello Everyone. Here is it 2018 already and I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the new year. A lot has happened since my last post and I have to say with a sad and heavy heart that my dear mom passed away in November of 2017. My blog is dedicated to her and to her memory. She was the nucleus of our family and provided a strong support system for her children. She was truly an amazing woman in her own right and I will miss her so much. My mom lived a long and rich life and had the most uplifting and positive spirit that made you feel happy and content about life after visits with her. So I continue to dedicate my blog to my mom and I look forward to the year ahead.
Posted on October 8, 2017