Could you imagine Brad Pitt at the grocery store, faced with this?
All we need now is Juliette Lewis & The Licks on the cover of Spin, and he’s had it!
Actually, I’ve been reading more magazines now than I have in years. Probably not a good idea to go so far as to subscribe (I’ve recently signed up for Vogue, Self, and Vanity Fair) knowing how little time I have… but all those old articles seem new again. Even when *I* had the idea first — I posted a blog back in February about accenting with leopard, and this month’s issue of Vogue comes out with the same thing. Copycats. (Only difference is they’re rich, successful and widely read!)
I’ve been immersed in my virtual closet lately, not quite ready to come out — but here’s a sneak peek at the Vintage Vault (at Etsy) and the Classic Closet (at Netfrocks). Both sides of the online armoire come together at StaciStyle.com.
An item I have not posted for sale yet, but am very proud of, is my dark sienna Michael Kors a-line dress brand new with tags — it retails for hundreds. (I’d be tempted to keep it for myself, but it isn’t my size.)
I may not have a fancy new dress, but I did get some rockin’ high heeled ankle boots made by DOLLHOUSE. I got them at deep discount because one of the zipper-pulls was missing. I took them home and added this winged heart cell-phone charm I always liked but never had a use for… and now they look even better than new! Win/win.
Now, I just need to find a pair of 70s style platforms like these. LOVE.
That’s it for now. Next up, a review of Hanna Rochelle Schmieder’s new Lyric Culture rock’n roll couture collection (clothes and jewelry emblazoned with songs titles and prose), plus an overview of the kick-off concert by Semi Precious Weapons (lead singer-boy Justin modeling their “Sticky” ensemble consisting of scarf, top, and tight-tights).