GIRLS on TOPS etsy shop is making great strides in promoting woman in film on t-shirts we can all wear and share our support by doing so. A MUST-have for awards season. I am anxiously awaiting my Greta Gerwig tee to arrive any day now! Love! XOXO https://www.etsy.com/shop/GirlsOnTops
In keeping with the Independence holiday here are some MORE stars and stripes… Magical, sparkly Jimmy Choo pumps that a MADAM Commander in Chief could easily ROCK. AND I’m a sucker for poisonous snakes – especially the bright RED ones & I LOVE how Gucci is using King Coral snakes on their accessories this year! Eye catching designs like these never go out of style!
It’s that time of year once again! Time to clothe yourself in the fashion of independence. There are heaps of fun styles to choose from out there. But you don’t have to break the bank since many less expensive brands make similar styles… but…just for the FUN of it here is a small taste of the glitziest way too go! FREEDOM!!!! (…to shop!)
I always watch Easter Parade, 1948 in Technicolor, this time of year and enjoy the fun songs, dance numbers and the incompreable Judy G. singing, acting and dancing with the amazing Fred Astaire. The fashion always WOWs me. I think I would have loved to live in the 1940s to experiance the fashion and fantastic hats that everyone wore…!
It’s nice to know that designers still make lovely chapeaus and that NYC still hosts the Easter Parade every year. (New York City Easter Parade 2015 hat below) Prehaps some wonders will never cease! xoxo
FINALLY! Time to grab whatever is still drool-worthy and waiting in your SHOPBOP cart – they only have this sale a couple times a year so this is the time to MOVE and get the items you want MOST…! st don’t forget to enter code: SPRINGEVENT at checkout.
Today I had a good old fashioned fun Sunday filled with relaxing and superbowl and catching up on all the tv series we have saved on our Tivo list …so I thought I’d take a break from shopping and instead pay tribute to one of my all time favorites; vintage lingerie. Not only is it fun to shop for and beautiful to wear but it also makes for gorgeous art work as you can see from Mark Shaw’s amazing photographes below that were part of the 1950’s Vanity Fair advertising campaign that spanned about 10 years. Shaw created classical, stylized photographes that were as instantly recognizable back then as the Absolute Vodka bottle is in contemporary ads. You’d never imagine these frilly nylon slip gowns could translate into such perfectly draped romanesque compositions in black and white print. I also love how the models always cover their faces, it gives the viewer the chance to imagine every woman in these beautiful, radient, powerful poses. I can’t help but think that I should print several of Shaw’s images and hang them up somewhere clever and fun…! xoxo