Here I am, a typical style blogger taking a pic in the airport restroom
while the lady washing her hands pretends that all of this is normal.
I was so excited about my trip to get the stockings I forgot my gloves!
Oh, the horror... but at least the road maps will be handled shortly.
Valentino and Levenger bags getting to know each other in the Atlanta airport restroom.
Hurry, take the pic before anyone notices!
Keep the camera still, you are shaking the camera!
The flight attendant gave me the evil eye the minute she saw the camera.
Taking pictures is not allowed on the plane! (in case you haven't heard).
She snickered something about a "blogger" and when she wasn't
looking, I snapped!
The pic that is.
I can be a serious rebel sometimes.
Guess where I flew today? Boy are my arms tired. :-)
I FINALLY got my stockings!
More colors of stockings and seams galore! I am so thrilled
I want to put all of them on right now, at the same time!
Okay, not really, but I am very excited!
Grinning from ear to ear because I just bought about
50 pairs of opaque back seam heaven! You should have
seen the smile on the lady's face who sold them to me! :-D
Lunch always consists of sushi when I am in New York.
It's mandatory. Like my stockings.
And in case you were wondering...
Dapper duds for dudes work well for the Style Mentor™...
Indeed, men need to dress up too. Like the ensemble below please,
thank you very much!
Pretty dishes for elegant dining style...
I almost bought this necklace because I love the color of rose gold.
Rosy gold is so gorgeous with the pinky nude that I am mad for now.
I almost got this necklace too...
I got this bracelet instead because it was so RIDICULOUS I knew it belonged on my wrist.
And it would be a perfect match for my pinching pave earrings that I have to
remove after 30 minutes of wearing because of the intense pain they cause.
The little bossy Valentino bag insisted I shoot a picture of her, ALONE.
Her bow was wet from the rain, but she didn't care.
She said, "Shoot me now!"
She is such a diva...
After getting somewhat drenched, I have to say that the Revlon hair hat held up quite well!
It's always the same when I come to the city that never sleeps.
I have to say, "I love New York!"
See you next time,
Coat: Land's End 1963 Pleated Skirt: Pendelton Cashmere Sweater: Land's End
Tahitian Pearls: American Pearl Handbag: Valentino Laptop bag: Levenger
Hair Hat: Revlon Glasses: Burberry Boots: Frye