This is Peppa Pig. My kids watch Peppa almost every day, and I have devoted a lot of time to dissecting her outfit. While you may not immediately think of Peppa as a style icon, she serves up a classic look: red shift dress with black flats. One could imagine Audrey Hepburn in the same. Pondering the shift dress A shift dress is one that … Continue reading Style Icon: Peppa Pig
It’s known that your handbag does not have to match your shoes. Eyebrows are often made darker than one’s hair. And carpets rarely match drapes. But what if blending in actually made you stand out? Would you match your outfit to your décor? (I totally would!) Wallpaper with the same print as your pillows? Does it dull you down or dress you up? Continue reading Camouflage Carla
Live, Laugh, Love
I see this phrase in houses that are staged to sell, and I don’t care for it. I guess the reminder is nice because it would be good to do more of all three. But I don’t think anyone’s living, laughing, or loving in those nearly vacant houses. Continue reading “Live, Laugh, Love (and Cadillacs & Mötley Crüe)”
Everyone, meet my pillows!
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In one of the greatest dance songs of all time*—Vogue—Madonna sings of style and grace. Style is obvious, but what does it mean to have grace? *Actual fact Used to be that when I thought of grace I thought of elegance. Ease. An ability to do something smoothly. Or to be pardoned from a crime. But I was reading Robert Fulghum the other night, and … Continue reading Style and grace?