Every day is an opportunity to be authentic with our wardrobe. What statement are you making?
Are you being true to YOU?
Allow me to share my inspiration for real style, these woman could teach us a few things about about following our hearts.
Babe Pailey, Modern
Paley worked as a fashion editor for Vogue in New York City 1940. She often mixed extravagant jewelry with cheap costume pieces, and embraced letting her hair go gray instead of camouflaging it with dye. In a stroke of modernism, she made pantsuits chic.
Diane Keaton, Natural
I adore her earthiness, her smart and silly side. Especially love her commitment to no plastic suregery! “I’m stuck in this idea that I need to be authentic … My face needs to look the way I feel.”
Lynn Yaeger, Creative
Fashion editor for 30 years at The Village Voice, I adore her play-fullness and humour, inspires me to have more fun. Her style is, “An array of different influences: backstage at the ballet, 1920s flapper, Victorian farm girl.”
Slim Keith, Timeless
A renegade, who put woman in pants. ”God blessed me with a happy spirit and many other gifts. What I was not blessed with I went out and got.”