The Beret-A Favorite Through the Decades

The Beret-A Favorite Through the Decades

My affection for Berets started when I was 17 from the striking pictures of Faye Dunaway. Her cool, sophisticated, dangerous stare looked out from posters of the big movie that year (1967), “Bonnie and Clyde.” Not as sultry a Faye, but it works for me. In this photo, I'm also showing off my new earrings [...]

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My Hardest Working Transitional Piece

My Hardest Working Transitional Piece

I've found the perfect summer/fall transitional piece — a black loose fitting Mango jumpsuit. It’s an accident that I even have this jumpsuit. Originally, I found it on Poshmark for my youngest daughter. But when it got here,  I knew it was way too big for her. Thinking that I might alter it, I tried [...]

Refashion & 2nd Loved 1st Friday Linkup

Refashion & 2nd Loved 1st Friday Linkup

For July's link-up, I was determined to have a maxi dress and came home with two style combos from Goodwill. Each style included a top and dress so that added up to four pieces. Admittedly, I came home with more but it was Senior Discount Day! In the end, I choose the blue lace top [...]

Kansas City’s Women’s Equality Week-3 Events-3 Looks

Kansas City’s Women’s Equality Week-3 Events-3 Looks

Women’s Equality Day was August 26th. This day commemorates American women finally having the right to vote. Most cities have activities limited to just the one day, but Kansas City devotes an entire week to women's equality. I attended three events: the Sunday opening reception held at the American Jazz Museum, Building Coalitions Through Courageous [...]