I cannot with the news. Honestly, it’s just such a horror show these days. I feel like buying the full size Ostrich pillow and waking up in 2021.
Let’s talk fashion, because, for those of us who are not political leaders, is there anything so wrong with fiddling while Rome burns?
Today, I’ll take a page from this medicated high fashion mama, focusing on blowing bubbles and her look while her twins throttle one another behind her back.
Let’s dive into the world of online designer shopping for distraction. Nordstrom has decided to take a page from the oil market: they are practically paying you to take garments away and have markdowns up to 85% off. (These are not affiliate links. Buy. Don’t buy. But if you buy the cat shorts, you are obligated to send me a photo.)
This Johanna Ortiz dress reminds me of my aromatherapist friend Sherry at Capricorn and Clove. (She is my go to essential oil person and if you need oils to calm you, she’s your girl.) Gorgeous!
I am super obsessed with this Yohji Yamamoto hat. I love structured black garments and this would match my black Laveer bustier I wear over a white shirt. It’s very Diane Keaton, I think. I won’t buy it since, frankly, my black wool fedora feels a little out there for suburbia, but I do think it’s smashing.
It reminds me of his spring 2016 show.
If I want a hat, I’ll probably just go for the Maryam Keyhani hat since I adore her style. I know it’s not for everyone but for me great hats are like art.
I love a good Ladies Who Lunch jacket paired with jeans. This St. John Belle du Jour jacket is a winner. It’s expensive but St. John is good stuff and if I did not have a million jackets, I’d be tempted.
There is some seriously weird stuff offered that made me smile. Like these $400 on sale cat shorts by Undercover.
I’m kind of digging the matching jacket, though.
Then, if a model ever invites me to a cat guitar slumber party, I’d have the perfect thing to wear.
I hope you are finding some distraction to keep your spirits high. Stay safe!