I was hoping to start wearing my new spring clothes. But no! There was snow last week, frigid temperatures over the weekend and this week there is a threat of a Nor’Easter. What’s a girl to do? Well, dress appropriately.
In celebration of my 4th blogiversary, I salute former first lady Michelle Obama. Today, I serenade Mrs. O because she represented style and substance.
I know I’m not the only one who couldn’t keep their eyes off of Michelle when she exploded on the scene back in 2007. It was when Barack Obama, then just a junior Senator from Illinois, announced his candidacy for President of the United States.
Is anyone else fascinated with the way Parisians appear impossibly chic? When I packed for my recent trip to Paris, I was sure to include an iconic Breton stripe top because it’s synonymous with the Parisian chic look I was after.
As we seasoned ladies advance in age, let’s not lead a sedentary lifestyle which can lead to obesity. It’s a new year and an excellent time for a new you in 2017. Do you have health or wellness goals? Are you actively inspired? Then you need to discover the chic activewear at Chadwicks of Boston.
As I shared in my post last week, I prefer to utilize a vision board versus annual resolutions. I find this relatively new practice helps me to stay focused as well as accomplish my short and long-term goals.
My wellness goals still include doing at least 10,000 steps daily. However, this year, I plan to incorporate more cardio activity into my exercise program explicitly. You know, with simple tasks like taking the stairs and parking farther from the store while running errands.
Full disclosure: I love to stand out in any crowd wearing elegant and chic classic attire especially for my age (61). Sometimes it feels like our society expects women of a certain age not to be interested in fashion or style and to dress frumpy.
It’s been a moment since I’ve reminisced about childhood fashions. Let’s go down Memory Lane. Some of you may remember Nancy Sinatra’s song, “These Boots Are Made For Walkin?,” that debuted in 1966. At that time, go-go boots were the thing to have. Fast-forward to this post: I’m talking shoe fashion. Specifically, these Frye shooties that are made for walkin’ in Paris.
According to the Long Island Mseum, their 2015 exhibit on Beth Levine titled, “Beth Levine: The First Lady of Shoes,” the sleek white go-go boots that Nancy Sinatra often wore when performing that hit song were designed by Levine.
By now you know I like to observe national holidays, mostly for women’s health awareness. However, today I want to call attention to Lee National Denim Day, on October 7th, to talk about my journey to finding the perfect pair of denim.
But first, what is Lee National Denim Day? It is a fundraiser created by Lee Jeans. Lee Jeans first produced in 1889 in Salina, Kansas.
Who mandated wearing white after Labor Day is a fashion faux pas? When I started to research the history of wearing white, I found little in writing regarding this no-no of sporting the color after the first Monday in September.
Perhaps it was a petty distinction initiated with the snobby upper class looking to establish their golden rules of fashion.
All the tell tales sign are here, including crisp mornings, chilly evenings, shorter days with less sunlight, my allergies begin remind me the mold and ragweed counts are high, and I hear the school buses zooming by early in the morning.