8.24.2014

The Ultimate Fall Fashion Guide is HERE!!

Hi Friends!

With all my talk about taking a journey and transforming into a butterfly (smile), I thought I'd take a little break and present you, my faithful followers, with something special...at least in my opinion.

I sat down and dedicated myself to creating The Ultimate Fall Fashion Guide - the Fashion Guide that Doesn't Go Out of Style. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it for you. In it you'll find a list of clothing and accessories that I find to be staples in the ultimate fall wardrobe. Many of you may try to view this Guide on your mobile device, unfortunately, it isn't available for them. But please, come back and enjoy it from your PC. On page 14 & 15 you'll notice that there are rich text links for you to discover. Now, sit back and enjoy a nice cup of tea and flip through The Ultimate Fall Fashion Guide. When you're done, be sure to leave me a comment. I would love to read your opinions. Happy Shopping!

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The Ultimate Fall Fashion Guide

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38 comments:

  1. Awesome job on this guide Glenda. I have it saved in my faves so that I have it as a reference. Since we really do not have fall weather here in SFla, I will be sure to look for those essential pieces when cool weather comes to town. Kudos!!

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    1. Yes, I can relate to the warm weather, Neti. Many of these looks are modified for the SoCal weather. But on occasion, we get to wear full-throttle fall/winter clothing. I'm glad you liked the guide :)

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  2. Wow, beautifully done! I love all of the looks you've shown.

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    1. Thank you so much! It was really fun to create.

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  3. Great Job! I have it saved in my Bookmarks. You are such a talented, inspiring lady!

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    1. Thank you Jane! What a lovely thing to say :)

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  4. How cool is that? Your leather pants, equestrian hat and leather driving gloves really jumped out at me. My hot purchase I'm wanting for fall are some leopard print oxfords. I can't wait for fall. It's my favorite season. Not just for the clothes, but all the wonderful back to school memories it brings up from the past.
    Have a great week!

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    1. Oh yes Joni, I absolutely love equestrian inspired clothing and accessories, and anything leather. I'm glad you had fun flipping through the guide. Oooo, leopard oxfords sounds so fun...bold and fun! I can definitely see you rocking them.

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  5. You are sooooooooooooo unique, nothing you wear will ever be out of fashion
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    1. Thanks Sacramento. I hope you looked at the guide.

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  6. Great guide, Glenda! There are a few things in there that don't work very well on me (and maybe it's because I'm always showing them off from a seated position) but I love even the ones I can't pull off.

    Alicia
    spashionista.com

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    1. Even from the seated position you rock your looks. Thank you Alicia. I'm glad you like the guide :)

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  7. A great guide Glenda, so true about investing in the best fabrics you can, they are worth it for their longevity especially coats and jackets. I am in the southern hemisphere , approaching spring , but many suggestions can be transposed.Enjoy your fall dressing.

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    1. Thank you Jill. Here in California, we may not have fall for some time. Last year it remained warm all year round.

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  8. Chips... I am viewing this on my iPad... Oh well tomorrow on my PC it will work. Did you know that in The Netherlands the tablet is taking over the PC in usage?
    Greetje

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    1. I can imagine it would be. Some schools are using the Tablet. I was just trying something new. If I want the guide available on mobile devices, I have to fork over some $$ :)

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    2. Well I have opened it and read it. It was fun. I am such a long follower of your blog that I knew all your outfits. But it was great to see them in such a theme. Pretty nifty piece of work Glenda. You have now officially become a magazine editor. And if you will continue this, I am afraid you will have to fork some $$. And...design it in HTML and not in flash.
      Greetje

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    3. Thank you Greetje :) The idea scares me. But, I was once told to run toward what scares you.

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  9. Oh wow, this is awesome :-O Thanks, Glenda!

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  10. super gorgeous dress and black is my fav color. Perfect combination.
    http://blogthebutterfly.wordpress.com/

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    1. Thank you. I hope you flipped through the guide!

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  11. Ooh I look forward to sitting down & reading this when the kids are in bed this eve! It looks great! Ax

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  12. Truly amazing! You look so fabulous is each photo! The guide is creative and perfect for all shapes and sizes! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Great job, Glenda! I liked this beautifully made mini magazine, with good choice of outfits and helpful tips for the coming season. Thank you!

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  14. Excellent, Glenda! So glad to see you dip your very competent and very cute toes into publishing some of your ideas. I so agree and so get your premise on the first page ... after decades of dressing ourselves, then we ought to have learned something! I'm always suspicious when I see "Ultimate" in a title, but I certainly congratulate you on concise coverage of some of the most important ideas! Great fall advice for any climate.

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    1. Thank you Jan, with your eloquent self. I too wrestled with the idea of using Ultimate in the title, but decided that it was important to take the plunge. I'm glad I did.

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  15. Wow! I love it. What a great idea to create such a guide! What you present here is very inspiring and surely will not go out of style. Thank you for this and for the links at the end, very helpful. Great job!!

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    1. Hi Mag, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Believe it or not, it was fun to make. It was just a small step of progress for me :)

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