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Clad in Plaid

I own exactly two plaid items: the blazer last seen here, and a long wrap skirt. Both were picked up on various Thrifting Adventures.The skirt in its native stateWhen I first saw the skirt in all its Highland glory, I got a distinct McQueen/Westwood-y vibe from the color and length.McQueen, Westwood, Westwood. Images via Style.comHalf-brained idea in mind, I played around with pinning and draping, then rigged it up using the attached ties

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How to: Get dressed up, quick!

Smack dab in the middle of the holiday season, we're all bound to be invited to a few parties. I usually like to take time to plan and prepare for such events, but last weekend things went a bit differently. I'll present a possible scenario* in the hope that my experience helps you. You may be spending a cozy afternoon swathed in designer cashmere** when you receive a call from your

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Lucky Red

Despite the constant precipitation--both rain and snow made an appearance--I managed to hit a few holiday parties this weekend!This is almost an exact replica of one of the looks in the window I dressed for the 4th Street Boutique. I have now stooped to BITING MY OWN STYLE. I'm 99% sure this will cause a rift in the space-time continuum.One of the looks at the 4th Street BoutiqueFriendBoy and I went to a gathering for

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Big Knits and Green Nails

When I woke up yesterday, it was eight degrees. 8. Single digit. I don't know why this surprises me since I've lived in Ohio my entire life, but every year I'm shocked and appalled that the temperature would dare to drop below freezing. SHOCKED! What that really means is that it's time to pull out the big guns. And by guns, I mean sweaters. I would like to take a moment to point out

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Working Girl

Not, not that type of working girl. I'm talking about the ones in those movies from the '80s that show the newly minted career girl venturing into the great wide world of corporate America, finding frustration and satisfaction in their newfound ability to type 60 words per minute while wearing shoulder pads fit for a linebacker. Yeh. It looked something like this: When it's cold, I am all about wearing sweaters whenever possible. It's easy

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