Tag: Ann Taylor

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The Eye of the Beholder

The word “beauty” holds more truth than one would think. Couriering self-expression, from one’s physical attributes which in return represents a form of physical beauty. Nonetheless, what you may not realize is beauty evokes an emotion of admiration and awe. It can also appear to be an aristocrat reflection as Plato perceived its rich form as, “Beauty lies in the eye of the Beholder” … Read More The Eye of the Beholder

You See me Now and Then you Don’t

Glamour is an illusion, a form of mystery revealing a fragile state that changes with time. Glamour, from my perspective, is defined as recreation from all facets of our lives. Perhaps the best way to describe it is with a ravishing red lipstick, a sensual hourglass silhouette, and style inspiration from such mavens as Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner, and Jayne Mansfield. While many may … Read More You See me Now and Then you Don’t

Refashioned in Tweed

Vintage Tweed Skirt (similar here & here)  Ann Taylor Everyday Turtleneck  MIU MIU Rhinestone Cat-Eye Sunglasses Vintage Topaz Brooch Set (similar here)  Express Skinny Patent Belt (similar here)  Kate Spade Patent ‘Licorice‘ Pumps  Tweed itself has remained as a mainstay garment affixed of a tailored perspective; arriving as a fabric among royalty and aristocrats. Many, if not all, will see a garment for its outer … Read More Refashioned in Tweed