The Modern Woman's Guide to Wardrobe Essentials

The Woman in the Chartreuse Sweater
After spending a FUN (Click FUN to read the story) day at the Norton Simon Museum of Art last Friday, which has quite an extensive collection of impressionism art work from Monet, Renoir and Degas, I thought it would be fun to create and impressionist version of myself using the Prisma App. Pretty cool, huh?

Now, on to today's subject...

Let’s be real, the rules of fashion do not always stay the same. To think so would be the same as believing music, technology or architecture remains in a horizontal time-warp as well. Sure there are iconic staples that should be the mainstay in our wardrobes, however, to assume these items are never re-invented or modified in some fashion will eventually lead you down the path of having a stagnate wardrobe. Today’s modern woman is a woman on the go. She leads an interesting life that takes her to a plethora of events. In an instant she’ll book plane reservations to go grape stomping in Tuscany; attend a weekend business conference; she may cancel all plans to whisk herself away to a quiet spa retreat; tickets to a sporting event or art opening may be at hand; enjoying her children or grandchildren’s school events; or perhaps she’s touring the globe on her book launch.
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1 comment:

  1. Love the woman in a chartreuse sweater! I also love how you described the modern woman. So true about rules, if we can even call them such, they are ever changing, and are more like norms, or unspoken rules. Fashionistias how littel need for rules, but they can be handy, and sometimes inspiring.
    As you are, always.
    xx, Elle


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