Showing posts with label holiday dressing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label holiday dressing. Show all posts

Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Thank you for your inspiration and encouragement to continue blogging. You are the best friend I've never met!




Last evening we had dinner with our dearest friends in their home. I wore a red sweater from Foxcroft. The necklace and vest are old from Chico's. The leggings are from Body Language by Connie. The booties are by Calvin Klein via Saks Off 5th.




Today I will be preparing Christmas dinner for my family and Mr. Mickey.

I wish for you a closet full of everything you need, lots of fresh fruits and veggies in your fridge and all the love your heart can hold.



Merry Christmas!



Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!


Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.


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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Dinner For My Staff

It has become one of our holiday traditions that I treat my staff and their spouses to dinner at our favorite restaurant in town, Gourmet and Company.




Almost everyone made it this year. Posing for the paparazzi (also known as husbands) with me are from left to right Julie and Anita and Regina in front. These hard working women make my life so much easier. I am eternally grateful to them!














I wore a beaded black tank top with a long waterfall cardigan and faux leather leggings with heels. The reptile texture evening clutch is from S.M. Bradford Co. on Hilton Head Island. All the other items are old.

Wishing you joy and peace!



Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!


Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

Represented by Talent Trek Agency in Knoxville TN.

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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Dressing For Holiday Events

In December, I always get lots of requests for ideas for what to wear to holiday parties and other events.



My formula for getting dressed for these events isn't that different from the rest of the year. The secret is held in how you put your basics together to make them appropriate for the event. I never rush out to buy something for a special event. Never!

Look carefully at each of the items I am wearing. The sweater is normally worn with a pair of faded jeans and black short boots. The black pants are very basic ones that I wear anytime I want to look a little more special. I wear these Covered Perfectly tops all year round with every type of look. They are truly the best tops for layering with jackets, sweaters and ponchos or vests. They don't add bulk to your frame and they are made with the most luxurious knit fabric ever. 





We met our friends for dinner before we attended the Symphony last evening. I got dressed in five minutes with virtually no stress. If you have great basics that serve you well, you can always put them together in ways that are appropriate for any event. Accessories change everything!





I am wearing a vintage Ralph Lauren sweater with a faux fur collar over a Covered Perfectly long sleeve simple comfort top and Lior Paris black pants.




I bookended my look. That means I repeated the coppery brown tones of the faux fur collar in the copper beaded shoes which are also several years old. The colors near my face are repeated in the colors of my footwear. That is called bookending. It can also mean wearing shoes the same color as your hair. This trick pulls a look together and balances it so that it always seems to work very well.




The reptile texture clutch bag is from S.M. Bradford Co. Hilton Head Island. My hair is almost hiding the silver earrings with small crystal stones. Two blingy crystal rings are the other accessories that make this look special for an evening look.



Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!


Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

Represented by Talent Trek Agency in Knoxville TN.

Visit me on Twitter.
Visit me on Pinterest.
Visit me on Polyvore.